AAH Group


Keeping you on your feet

What does a Podiatrist do?

It’s easy to underestimate the importance of keeping your feet healthy, but if you’ve ever experienced problems with your feet, ankles, or lower legs, you’ll know, foot conditions have a big effect on your overall health and well-being.

Podiatrists are lower limb experts. They help prevent, assess, diagnose, and treat problems with your feet, ankles, and lower legs.

AAH Group podiatrists provide a range of podiatric services to keep you on your feet by keeping your feet, ankles, and lower legs healthy.

We help people of all ages and abilities to be as mobile, and independent as possible.

We understand that if you’re experiencing lower limb troubles, it might be hard for you to get around so we can work with you either in our clinic or in your home.

NDIS Podiatry

At AAH Group, our podiatrists are registered NDIS providers.

Podiatric care is particularly important if you have a disability. We’re committed to providing high-quality, individualised, goal-focused care to clients living with a disability. We collaborate with your healthcare team to support your mobility, reduce pain and keep your feet healthy.

As registered NDIS service providers we can provide the following services to NDIS clients:

  • Custom prosthetics– ankle and foot orthotics, custom footwear, and ankle braces help improve walking by supporting weak muscles, keeping the joints in your foot and ankle correctly aligned, accommodating deformities, and reducing spasticity. 
  • Therapeutic support– you may need podiatry care so that you can perform your normal daily tasks. We can help you by:
    • Providing general foot and nail care
    • Treating skin conditions (i.e., corns or athletes’ foot)
    • Diabetic foot assessments and care
    • Treatment of ingrown toenails
    • Managing deformities
    • Providing wound care
Advance Allied Health Podiatry

What does a podiatrist do?

Custom-made prosthetics

Provide arch support, correct foot problems, and reduce pain

Prescribe exercises

Strengthen the muscles in your feet and ankles to reduce pain, improve balance and reduce the risk of falls

Manual manipulation

Massage and stretching to reduce pain and improve range of motion and mobility.

Laser Therapy

Reduce inflammation, relieve pain, and promote healing

Shockwave Therapy

Improve circulation, encourage cell regeneration, break up calcification, decrease sensitivity and pain

Footwear Recommendations

Advice regarding your footwear choices based on your condition, foot type, and regular activities.

Taping and strapping

Support your foot and ankle using taping and strapping techniques to reduce pain and promote healing

Nail Care

Prevent or treat problems with your toenails (i.e., fungal nail infections or ingrown nails).

Medication advice

Suggestions regarding medications (i.e., steroid injections or anti-fungal treatments)

What conditions can a podiatrist treat?

  • Corns and calluses
  • Fungal toenail infections
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Achilles tendonitis
  • Flat feet
  • Heel pain
  • Ingrown toenails
  • Heel spurs
  • Bunions
  • Diabetic foot conditions
  • Arthritis
  • Morton’s neuroma
  • Bursitis
  • Gout

Why Choose AAH Group?

No waitlists for NDIS Services

We’ll book your appointment within 24-48 hours.

Easy access to services.

Receive care in your home at school or daycare or at our clinic. It’s up to you

We accept

all major health funds, DVA & NDIS. Plus, Medicare referrals are bulk billed

Do I need a referral?

No, you don’t need a referral. AAH Groups Podiatrists welcome anyone who’d like to improve the health of their feet, ankles, or lower legs. However, if you have a chronic condition or a disability, a GP referral may allow you to access a Medicare rebate towards the cost of your treatment. Simply give us a call to make a booking that suits your schedule.