Home visit Podiatry services provided by Melbourne Mobile Podiatry can treat 99% of foot, ankle and leg ailments without you having to leave your house.
We’ll bring all of the tools and equipment in a handy carry case into your home, retirement village or aged care facility and make a full assessment on the current health of your feet. If you need general nail care, ingrown toenail relief or just about any other foot health issue treated, we can do it on the spot!
Most suburbs of Melbourne are covered. Give us a call today to make sure we can visit you in your suburb!
We always welcome new patients!
Why Is Home Visit Podiatry Important?
It’s not always easy to make it into the clinic to see a Podiatrist, particularly when you have foot health issues! Providing allied health services, like Podiatry, to patients in their own home ensures that they receive the care they need to maintain their quality of life.
Home Visit Podiatrists are able to treat any condition that would normally be treated in the clinic.
What Can We Treat?
We can treat a wide range of foot health issues in the comfort of your home. We bring the clinic to you! Some examples of common foot health problems that can be treated by a home visit Podiatrist are:
What Else Can We Do?
- We can educate patients on how they can best look after the health of their feet if the suffer from diabetes. A home visit Podiatrist can complete consultations such as these in the comfort of the patient’s home.
- Our Home visit Podiatrists are trained to analyse your gait and interpret your movement patterns to determine areas of weakness and causes of pain. They can determine the best course of action – whether prescribing strengthening exercises or sizing you up for orthotics. We’ll get you moving!
What Makes A Bluey Mobile Podiatrist Great?
Podiatrists are highly trained allied health professionals with most institutions requiring students to complete 1000 hours of supervised clinical experience before they graduate from their four year tertiary studies.
Once a Podiatrist graduates, they continue to develop and stay up to date with the latest advances in foot health, foot ailments and lower limb biomechanics by completing a minimum of twenty hours of Continuing Professional Development annually.
Podiatrists are also First Aid trained, meaning you’re always in safe hands when one of our friendly Podiatrists is visiting you.