About Highett Podiatry Est. 1997

About Highett Podiatry

Our Values


We have built a culture of continual improvement through professional development in podiatry and medical research and new treatment options and modalities.


Trusted by elite athletes, cyclists, dancers and local sports clubs to take care of their needs. All our podiatrists are registered with AHPRA and hold a current Working with Children Check.


We take a whole person approach by initiating contact with other health professionals involved in your Team Care Arrangement.

Meet Our Team

Our team of podiatrists are highly skilled across all podiatry disciplines; each with their own special interest areas to ensure our patient’s care is placed in the best hands. Read more about our Highett Podiatry team here.

Highett Podiatry provide all aspects of podiatric care, including but not exclusive to:


What is a podiatrist?
A Podiatrist is a health professional who deals with the prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of medical conditions of the lower legs and feet. Podiatrists are experts in foot, ankle, and lower limb health. They can help to prevent, diagnose and treat a wide range of conditions affecting the feet and lower limbs.
How often do I need to see a podiatrist?

Some of the issues our clients experience are ongoing – like difficult-to-cut toenails and painful callouses or corns. After discussing your needs, we will create an individual plan for your comfort and care.  Highett Podiatry has many patients who have regularly accessed our general foot care services for over 20 years, fostering a long-term patient/practitioner relationship.

Other issues may require short treatment plans, such as sports injuries, orthotic assessment, and nail surgery.

If you suffer from foot pain, make time to visit our clinic. ‘Your feet tell you when you are due to see your podiatrist!’ Remember your podiatrist is your first choice of practitioner to address, diagnose and treat your foot pain.

Always Consult A Trained Professional

The information in this resource is general in nature and is only intended to provide a summary of the subject matter covered. It is not a substitute for medical advice and you should always consult a trained professional practising in the area of medicine in relation to any injury or condition. You use or rely on information in this resource at your own risk and no party involved in the production of this resource accepts any responsibility for the information contained within it or your use of that information.