Important information about novel coronavirus (COVID-19)
Welcome to Tripod Podiatry (now My FootDr Queenstown)
Conveniently located in Adelaide, Tripod Podiatry team has now been rebranded to My FootDr Podiatry Queenstown. The Tripod Podiatry (now My FootDr Queenstown) team will continue to provide the same quality of foot and lower limb care from the same friendly faces you have grown to know and trust.
Tripod Podiatry (now My FootDr Queenstown) provides long-term management solutions for plantar fasciitis (heel/arch pain), flat feet/hyper pronation, shin splints, bunions, Achilles tendinopathy, ankle sprains, metatarsalgia, knee & back pain.
They address biomechanical, occupational & footwear influences, as well as activity & lifestyle factors to achieve an effective management plan that delivers results and fits your lifestyle.
Tripod Podiatry (now My FootDr Queenstown) is conveniently located on Port Road in Queenstown and will continue to serve its local community as well as the neighbouring communities of Rosewater, Hendon, Royal Park, Cheltenham and Albert Park.
- Achilles tendinopathy
- Arch pain
- Athletes foot
- Ball of foot pain
- Children’s feet
- Corns & callus
- Cracked heels
- Diabetic feet
- Diabetic foot ulcers
- Foot deformities
- Foot neuroma’s
- Heel pain
- Heel spurs
- Ingrown toenails
- Knee pain
- Fungal nail infection
- Occupational injuries
- Plantar fasciitis
- Running related foot & leg injuries
- Sever’s disease
- Shin pain/splints
- Toes deformities
COVID-19 Screening Questionnaire
Are you feeling unwell with symptoms such as fever, sore throat, cough or shortness of breath?Have you had close contact* with someone who has a confirmed case of coronavirus (COVID-19)? *Face-to-face contact for more than 15 minutes, or have shared an enclosed space for more than two hours.Have you travelled overseas in the last 14 days?Did you arrive in this state from another state after midnight Wednesday 25 March?
Tips for keeping your feet healthy through winter
The winter months can be challenging for our feet. The cold wet conditions and greater time spent inside enclosed shoes contributing to problems such as circulation issues, fungal nail infections, warts and cracked/dry skin.
Wear warm ENCLOSED SHOES such as boots, ideally these will be made out of leather or other breathable waterproof material to help retain warmth in your shoes.
Shin splints is a common injury of the lower limb, especially in athletes involved in running sports. It is generally not a serious condition, but can create debilitating symptoms of pain along either the front or inner border of the shin bone. There are multiple causes of shin splints which can include the following:
biomechanical abnormalities such as “flat feet”muscle fatigue, tightness and weakness of the lower leg and feetpoor choice of footwearworn-out footweartraining errors such as over training or “too much, too soon”issues with running technique