How to Avoid Sore Feet at The Races - Podiatrist Reveals Secrets

Posted in Podiatry on September 10, 2013

After the huge response I got from my “Foot Survival Guide” last year.. I have decided to do the same again with a few extra hints and tips. Enjoy the Spring Racing Carnival and don’t let sore feet spoil your day! THE MELBOURNE Spring Racing Carnival is now just around the corner and women all over Melbourne are searching for the perfect outfit and matching headwear. This is an exciting time of year in Melbourne when we start Read More »

Avoid Foot Torture This Spring Racing Carnival!

Posted in Podiatry, Uncategorized on December 11, 2012

Unfortunately, you see it every year. Girls walking out of the races, after a long hard day of standing up in bad shoes, barefoot with shoes in hand. Not only is this dangerous, with the potential for injury from standing on broken glass, it's not a good look! To help avoid sore feet at the races, I have created my Spring Carnival "Foot Survival Guide". My guide can be viewed at - http://pivotalpodiatry.com.au/melbourne-spring-carnival-foot-survival-guide “A day at Read More »

Fitness and Health 2012 - put your best foot forward!

Posted in Podiatry, Uncategorized on January 22, 2012

The new year is the perfect time to set some goals for your health and fitness. Whether it be loosing weight, training for a particular event or simply getting fit, now is the perfect time whilst the sun is shining and the weather is warm. Unfotunately I see many people with the best of intentions but have niggling, injuries or pain holding them back. The best way to avoid this is to ensure you prepare yourself Read More »

Oxfam Trailwalker Melbourne April 2012 Event

Posted in Podiatry, Uncategorized on November 16, 2011

Only 156 days to go until the 2012 Oxfam Trailwalker Event Melbourne! The Oxfam Trailwalker event is scheduled for 20-22 April 2012. With the trail starting in Wheelers Hill and moving through a course in the Dandenong Ranges. By now most people have organised their teams of four. I know a few teams have even started training already! Great work guys! The more preparation you can do for a gruelling event like this, the better. Read More »