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Top 3 tips for cracked heels, ouch!

Top 3 tips for cracked heels, ouch!

When you're too late for the old "prevention is better than a cure", and you've found yourself with heels that resemble the grand canyon, here's what to do: 1)      Dress any deep cracks with betadine to avoid infection 2)      Use strapping tape around the heels – a...

Knee Pain

Knee Pain

Podiatrists see patients with knee pain caused by overuse injuries and those related to malalignment of the foot and lower leg. It is thought that a majority of all lower back and knee problems, not caused by direct injury, are actually related to abnormal foot...

Shockwave Treatment

Shockwave Treatment

At Kilmore and Wallan we are very excited to announce that we are now able to provide shockwave treatment to our clients ! Extracorporeal shockwave therapy or shock wave for short is a new and effective treatment option for patients suffering from a variety of...

Life! Community Prevention Session

Life! Community Prevention Session

Life! Community Prevention Session Tuesday 17th October, 3.30-4.30pm Informative presentation on preventing Diabetes, Heart Disease and Stroke, and see if you’re eligible for a FREE healthy lifestyle course called the Life! Program. Where: John Taylor Room, Kilmore...

Free Foot Assessments

Free Foot Assessments

Podiatry – Foot Facts and Free Foot assessments When: Tuesday 17th October, 2-3pm Not sure if your feet need some attention? Though about seeing a Podiatrist, but not sure if you need to? Let your local Podiatrists inform you on everything you need to know about...

Strong4Balance

Strong4Balance

What: Falls and Balance strength and education class, created by Podiatrists and Exercise Physiologists When: Wednesday 18th October, 12pm-1pm Where: John Taylor Room, Kilmore Library Cost: Free Booking details: Bookings not required. All welcome

Laugh Out Loud

Laugh Out Loud

Not in an email, not on Twitter or Facebook, but really: laugh out loud. Whether you like watching Family Guy or Seinfeld reruns, if it gets you chuckling, it’s good for your heart. Research from the University of Maryland Medical Centre shows that laughter helps...

Diabetes and the Foot

Diabetes and the Foot

Diabetes is a disease that affects many Australians, and is characterised by the inability to manufacture or properly use insulin, a hormone used to help the body store sugars. When these sugars aren’t stored properly, the sugars remain in the bloodstream. These...

Feet Rotation Stretch

Place your feet slightly apart, shifting your body weight on one foot, stand on the toes of your other leg. Rotate of the raised foot clockwise and counter clockwise. Change the leg. Do 10 repetitions for each leg