Doubleview Podiatry

Podiatrist Duncraig


Podiatry Duncraig


Looking for a podiatrist in Perth near Duncraig? Our clinic is conveniently located at 166 Brighton Road, Scarborough, Perth WA – right next to Duncraig and nearby suburbs.

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Are Your Feet Getting You Down?

Podiatric therapy offers a diverse range of treatments, addressing a variety of issues related to the feet and legs. Considering our feet and legs act as the support structure for our bodies, they play a vital role in overall functionality and can have implications beyond the feet and legs themselves. Podiatric therapy aims to ease pain from the toes to the knees, enabling us to attain optimal foot health and excel in our daily activities.


Duncraig Podiatry: Your Feets Best Friend

Podiatry focuses on healthcare for the feet and lower extremities, encompassing the ankle and calf. The healthcare practitioner who practises podiatry is called a podiatrist. The objective of podiatry is to identify, manage, and recover from problems affecting the feet, legs, and associated structures, as well as to prevent such issues whenever feasible.


How Do I Know If I Could Benefit From Podiatry Treatment?

No matter the difficulties you encounter with your feet or lower legs, it’s imperative to seek treatment as early as possible. Your feet and legs are essential for mobility, so their health should not be overlooked.

If you’re troubled by foot or leg pain, it’s highly recommended to book an appointment with a podiatrist. This ensures that any potential issues are addressed as soon as possible, affording your podiatrist a better likelihood of treating the problem before it exacerbates. Every issue that restricts your ability to live as you wish deserves attention, including those involving your feet and legs.

A variety of foot and leg problems may necessitate podiatry intervention, with many patients presenting conditions such as:

  • Arthritis
  • Circulatory diseases
  • Diabetes, peripheral vascular disease, or neuropathy
  • A clinical diagnosis
  • History of foot or lower limb deformity
  • A clinical diagnosis of falls
  • Soft tissue and muscular pathologies

That said, podiatry services are available to anyone who might benefit from a podiatrist’s assistance. Whether you’re struggling with a tenacious plantar wart, a throbbing ingrown toenail, shin soreness that affects your running, or a fungal nail infection that prevents you from going barefoot, a podiatrist is the optimal choice.

What Conditions May Podiatry Help With?

People of all ages and abilities in Duncraig utilise podiatric care for an array of reasons. Children, teenagers, adults, and the elderly alike may consult a podiatrist for help with conditions such as:

  • Aching feet and/or legs
  • Growing pains in children
  • Cracked heels
  • Ankle pain
  • Diabetes
  • Arch pain
  • Arthritis
  • Athlete’s foot
  • Blisters
  • Heel pain
  • Ingrown toenails
  • Shin pain/shin splints
  • Lower back pain (e.g. sciatica)
  • Knee pain
  • Tendonitis
  • Plantar warts
  • Sprains and strains
  • Bursitis
  • Fungal nails
  • Bunions
  • Corns and calluses
  • High arches or low arches/flat feet
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Sever’s Disease
  • Sports injuries
  • Thick toenails

And many more.

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What Forms Of Podiatry Treatment Are There?

Once your podiatrist has evaluated your injury or condition, they should work with you to develop a treatment plan that is best for you. The treatment or treatments selected should be personalised to your specific needs and goals. Although it is crucial to consider podiatry treatment that is most effective for your unique circumstances, it should always be something that you are comfortable with.

Forms of podiatry treatment may include modalities such as:

How Podiatrists May Help With Foot And Leg Issues

The way your podiatrist treats your pain, injury, or condition will vary depending on multiple factors including the condition itself, its severity, and the way it impacts your day-to-day life. No two people have the exact same problem with their feet and/or legs, so customised treatment is imperative for each individual.


Experience Freedom For Your Feet

With podiatry treatment from our team at Doubleview Podiatry, you’ll be sticking your toes in the sand in no time. Whether you’re looking for gait analysis, fungal nail treatment, or orthotic therapy, we’re here to get you back up and running.


Why We’re The Best In The West

Whatever foot or lower leg issues you’re dealing with, our skilled team has the knowledge and experience to help.

Prime Location
Situated in the coastal suburb of Scarborough, Doubleview Podiatry is perfectly located to service Duncraig.

Experienced Team
Owner and principal podiatrist Stephen has over 30 years of clinical experience.

Wide Variety Of Treatments
We provide comprehensive treatment options for many feet and lower limb conditions.

Treat Your Feet At Doubleview Podiatry

If you’re experiencing pain or another issue with your feet or lower legs, we’re here to help. Our team at Doubleview Podiatry is dedicated to helping people relieve pain and move around as freely as possible. With over 30 years of clinical experience, your feet are in good hands at Doubleview Podiatry.
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Areas We Serve

Our clinic is situated at 166 Brighton Road, Scarborough, Perth WA. To find us: Get Directions Here.

Common Questions Our Clients Ask Us

  • What is the fastest way to get rid of a plantar wart?

    The quickest way to remove a plantar wart is often through professional treatments such as cryotherapy or laser therapy, administered by a healthcare professional.

    Cryotherapy: This process entails using liquid nitrogen to freeze the wart, leading to the formation of blisters on the wart tissue, which then causes it to detach over time. The process can be somewhat uncomfortable and may require several sessions to eliminate the wart entirely, but it’s one of the fastest methods available.

    Laser Therapy: Laser therapy employs a powerful light beam to target and eliminate the tissue of the wart by burning it. This method can be effective, especially for warts that haven’t responded to other treatments and can lead to quicker results. However, it may require a few sessions and can be more costly.

    Both of these methods are faster than over-the-counter treatments, which typically involve the application of salicylic acid over several weeks or months. It’s important to note that while these professional treatments can accelerate wart removal, they may not provide instant results, and multiple sessions might be needed for complete eradication. Additionally, there’s always a risk that the wart can recur, even after professional treatment.

    Consulting our team can provide you with a tailored approach to efficiently tackle the issue, taking into account the size, number, and resilience of your plantar wart(s).

  • If I have a wart resolve, will it come back?

    Unfortunately, if you inadvertently come in contact again with the virus that causes warts there is a possibility that a new infection will occur. Therefore, it is important to limit exposure to situations that will put you at risk of this occurring (see How Can I Prevent Warts?).

  • What types of side effects can I expect from Swift therapy?

    Fortunately, side effects from Swift Therapy are very rare and minor. Worst case scenario you may develop a small blister at the site of application of the Swift tip. Swift treatment is not recommended for people that have implanted pacemakers, metal implants at the site of the wart or are pregnant.

  • How can I prevent warts?

    Warts are caused by a virus that loves warm, moist environments, such as public swimming pools, showers, and gyms. They are highly contagious and can be easily picked up by wandering around barefoot. To lessen the risk of being infected with a wart you should always wear closed in footwear ,or at a minimum socks, when walking in public areas that are frequented by barefoot individuals. For areas like public showers I would recommend purchasing a pair of closed in “reef” shoes that are designed to be worn in aquatic situations where the feet need some form of protection.

  • Is plantar wart treatment covered by private health insurance?

    This is a common question that does not have one simple answer. Firstly, you would need to confirm that you have podiatry cover in your extras health fund policy. If you have podiatry cover then you should be able to claim some portion of the fee. The level of rebate varies depending on which health fund you have the policy with and the level of cover for this policy.

    If you would like to check with your health fund how much of a rebate you could expect the item numbers we use for claiming Swift Microwave Therapy are : Initial Consultation F004 and F541. Subsequent Consultation F012 and F541.

Before and After plantar warts treatment Scarborough
Daniel Ryan Perth Podiatry

Daniel Ryan

Since working in podiatry, I have routinely witnessed the benefits that can be achieved through custom orthotic prescription. By combining video footage, pressure analysis, and biomechanical assessment, I have had fantastic results when tailoring customised orthotics as a part of clients rehabilitation programs. Orthotics play a pivotal role in comprehensive treatment programs, helping to adjust biomechanical deficiencies, reduce pain and return to activity. Throughout my life, I have also used orthotics to overcome several of my own foot and lower limb injuries, so understand things from a patient’s perspective.

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