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A podiatrist is a Allied Healthcare specialist who assesses, diagnoses and manages medical conditions of structures affecting the lower limb. Podiatrists complete a 4 year undergraduate Bachelor of Podiatry which covers human anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology, podiatric surgery and pharmacology. A podiatrist works in close conjunction with many Allied Health Professionals and Medical Doctors to provide holistic healthcare for patients. A podiatrist can help alleviate foot and leg pain, in both a sporting and day to day setting.

No. You do not need a referral to visit a Podiatrist at Morecroft’s Podiatry Services. However, an EPC referral from your GP will be required if you have a high risk condition and wish to have your treatment bulk billed. Contact our friendly reception staff via phone or online to book your appointment.

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To cancel your appointment, call us on 03 9735 1273. Please give at least 24 hours or as much notice as possible. This frees up the appointment time for other patients.