Diabetic Foot Care

Treatment for Diabetic Feet

Diabetes can affect the feet in many ways.

If you are a diabetic you should see a Podiatrist at least every twelve months for an annual diabetes foot check.

If you cannot care for your feet sufficiently, it is recommended that you see a Podiatrist to monitor your feet and to provide general nail and skin care. As a diabetic you are more susceptible to infection, it is for this reason regular visits to a Podiatrist is recommended. The following lists specific diabetic treatments available at Fit Foot Podiatry.

  • Neuro-vascular assessments: A thorough assessment of your nerves, circulation and muscles.
  • General skin and nail care (nail cutting, corn and callous removal)
  • Footwear assessment and advice
  • Wound care
  • Orthotics to offload painful areas or high pressure areas
  • Therapeutic wax baths for dry skin and painful joints
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More Podiatry Services

Sore arches? Ankle injury? We're here to get you back on your feet again!

General Podiatry

Podiatrist nail and skin care, wart treatments, minor skin infections, management of foot and toe deformities.

Children's Feet

Podiatrist assessments, advice & treatment of soft tissue & bone conditions.

Diabetic Foot Care

Podiatrist assessment, advice & treatment of the diabetic foot.

Ingrown Toenails

Prevention and treatment of ingrown toe nails. Podiatrist surgical options available.

Sports Injuries

Podiatrist treatment of musculoskeletal injuries affecting the foot and lower limb


Podiatrist treatment for the relief of numerous foot problems including flat feet, walking difficulties and heel pain.


For your convenience HiCaps is available onsite to our eligible clients.

Care Plans

We accept care plans from your GP, Medicare and DVA

The Perfect Gift

Gift vouchers are available for most treatments. Contact us to find out more.