Podiatrist Moorabbin

Posted on September 23, 2017

Do you need a professional podiatrist in the Moorabbin area?

Many common and complicated foot conditions can be treated in our, Hampton East Podiatry clinic, under the care of Podiatrist Leah Waters.

Moorabbin Podiatrist's are specifically trained in the use of a range of different techniques to address foot problems, to reduce pain and to avoid the loss of functionality in any part of the foot.

My Clinic is located at 844 Nepean Hwy, Hampton East, Victoria.

If you need to see a Podiatrist Moorabbin, please call us at (03) 9939 3339

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You don't need a referral to see a Moorabbin Podiatrist. Unless you are claiming medicare or DVA benefits. These patients will need a doctor referral.

Pivotal Podiatry Clinic

844 Nepean Hwy
Hampton East
(03) 9939 3339


Moorabbin in Detail

It's difficult to envision that the Moorabbin that we know today – with its bustling thruway, open public transport hub around the station and flourishing performing arts facilities – it was at one time a calm country territory, vigorously covered with red gums, wattle, she-oak and ti-tree. Moorabbin's name is accepted to originate from the Aboriginal word for "resting place", albeit some view the name's meaning as "mother's milk". 

The Moorabbin post office was built in 1857, built only one decade after Melbourne was born. Moorabbin was known as Melbourne's market garden, with its rich soil providing a lot of metropolitan Melbourne with its foods for nearly 100 years. Getting around wound up plainly simpler in 1881 when the railroad line amongst Caulfield and Mordialloc was assembled and a station was built in the core of Moorabbin. Residents of Moorabbin appreciated a alcoholic beverage and were spoilt for choice around the time with 12 nearby hotels, 3 wine bars and authorized bars at two railroad stations. Moorabbin's populace kept on developing until the point when it achieved 9,668 post WWI when the Depression conveyed home working to a crushing stop and it didn't start to recoup until the late 1930s. When Moorabbin turned into a city in 1934, many changes to its outskirt had just happened. Sandringham, and Mordialloc, Parkdale and Mentone left the City of Moorabbin to shape their own particular regions. 
The lodging market in the end grabbed and by the 1950s, Moorabbin was one of the quickest developing urban areas in Australia. Moorabbin Town Hall (now Kingston City Hall) was completed in 1962 and in a gesture to the legacy of the zone, the Mayor's hammer was cut from a tree that developed on the site of the building. From the City Hall spread a blend of local locations, promoting planting and mechanical buildings. 
To provide food for the developing populace, a football setting was worked by the City of Moorabbin and different footy clubs were drawn closer to move to Moorabbin Oval, including Richmond and Fitzroy. In mid 1964, the Saints came "walking in" to Moorabbin, marking a 75-year arrangement to rent the grounds. 
Today Moorabbin has a population of 8,939 (source: ABS) with a median age of 39.4 years old. Moorabbin has 2,253 dwellings according to the 2011 Census. 

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