Our podiatry service provides diagnosis, treatment, prevention, and management of medical conditions and injuries of the foot, ankle and lower limb. 

All our podiatry services are accessed through our Community Health Centre.

Our services


  • Assessment and treatment of high risk foot conditions in collaboration with the multidisciplinary team to ensure high level of inpatient care with appropriate discharge planning.


  • Paediatric clinic: paediatric gait assessment, orthotic therapy, strength and stretching programs, footwear assessment and interdisciplinary referral where indicated
  • Adults under 65 years of age: biomechanical and gait assessment, orthotic therapy as well as diabetes foot care (or other high risk foot condition), neurovascular assessment and wound care

We provide outpatient services to patients aged less than 65 years who live, work or attend school within the Hawkesbury local government area. We are currently not funded to provide podiatry to those over 65 years of age.

A general practitioner (GP) or other registered health practitioner referral is required.