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Podiatry and Podiatric Surgery are essential services and as such we continue to open our doors for all your needs during this difficult time. Our facilities and other Allied Health practitioners are also open 5 days a week for you.

We understand some people who are isolating or are at risk are unable to come into our clinic and as such have developed our TeleHealth platform through Zoom an online face-face conferencing tool.

Dr Chris Pocklington our podiatrist and podiatric surgeon is available for one-to-one health consults on anything lower-limb related.

Most consults can be delivered in an online format.

We are able to facilitate

- Diagnosis and treatment advice

- Management plans

- Personalised Stretching and Strengthening Rehabilitation Programs

- Imaging and interventional radiology referrals such as x-rays, ultrasounds, MRI’s, cortisone and PRP injections

- Surgical consultations and management plans.

- And many more services


- Orthotic’s and Orthotic Reviews such as ordering replacement pairs of orthotics or refurbishments of existing pairs.

(These can be sent into our clinic for repair or new orthotics ordered from our online database of your foot scans and prescriptions without needing to come into the clinic.

How do I arrange an appointment:

Simply book an appointment for a TeleHealth Zoom Review online at our website: or call us on 1300 668 588

You will need to sign up for a free account at Zoom The sign up process takes less than 5 minutes and you can consult with us from any phone, tablet, laptop or computer device.

On the day of your appointment you will be sent a link to your virtual appointment of which your asked to connect 10 minutes prior to your consultation.

Billing and Rebates:

All podiatry patients with a GP referral for an Enhanced Primary Care Plan will be bulk-billed.

Private health funds rebates may apply for an item code F404 – Extended Telephone Consultation. We advise you to confirm with your health provide if they rebate for telehealth and telephone consultations prior to attendance.

All telehealth conferences are billed at a reduced rate F404 - $85

Each consultation lasts approximately 30 minutes duration.

An invoice will be sent to you via email and billing can be paid over the phone.

With the busy back to school preparations underway we podiatrists know the importance of the right footwear and support to help your child excel through their active lifestyles without pain.

Purchasing the right footwear for your child is one more task that can be daunting and sometimes overwhelming. School shoes are a very important purchase as your children’s feet are constantly growing and developing, they often require more support. The right school shoe is a solid investment as your kids are likely to be wearing them long hours for 5 days a week!

Incorrect fitting or the wrong selection of footwear can contribute to faulty foot function and contribute to many growing pains such as heel pain, shin splints, knee, hip and lower back pains. If you’re child has a history of these we urge parents to visit a podiatrist before having your child’s footwear fitted. We are here to help with education on choosing the correct school shoes, and advice with regard to further podiatry needs that may be identified such as the need for orthoses.

Parents should visit a shoe store that provides a professional measuring service which will ensure that shoes have the correct length, width and depth for the child’s feet. The Athlete’s Foot is a great place to start.

At Momentum Podiatry we are here to simplify things with our 6 step fit guide.

1. Measure twice (have both your childs feet measured)

2. Mind the gap (make sure theres a gap of about half the width of your thumb between your childs longest toe and the end of the shoe)

3. Go wide (Make sure the shoes are wide and deep enough for your childs foot. If you can see the outline of their foot, it’s not a good fit)

4. No pain, No gain (your child should be comfortable in the shoes straight away without feeling any pressure points or painful areas. Listen to them)

5. Plan for the PM (kid’s feet can swell, it is best to purchase shoes in the afternoon)

6. They’ll grow into it (Don’t be tempted to buy larger sizes so your child can grow into it. Shoes that are too large do not provide support in the appropriate areas and can lead to bruising and blistering)

Happy back to school shopping!