Wiping out pain with state of the art Sports Podiatry and education to the community.
Specialised treatment and prevention of injuries within the foot, ankle and lower limb.
Accelerate healing and reduce recovery time with a complete rehab program.
Early intervention improves long-term outcomes and our gentle approach ensures you feel comfortable
Support the natural shape of your foot to align your ankle and improve your posture.
Sports Podiatry is a specific field of Podiatry.
A Sports Podiatrist assessment includes:
Diagnosing, treating & preventing problems within the foot, ankle and lower limb
Biomechanical analysis – Including range of motion testing and video gait assessments. You will be observed during motion and any identified biomechanical abnormalities that are causing issues will be addressed.
By addressing biomechanical abnormalities our sports podiatrists can improve performance, prevent injuries and aid in the successful treatment of current/recurrent injuries.
TFC Podiatry’s aim is to get you back in action ASAP.
We work across two locations: Point Cook, 3030 and Yarraville, 3013.
Visit the preferred TFC podiatry near you!
Our friendly and supportive team of local podiatrists, create a caring and welcoming environment for all of our patients.
We are family ourselves and we therefore provide our patients with a devoted, long-term team, ensuring that we’re committed to the well-being of every patient.
We make it our goal to provide the people and families we treat, with up-to-date evidence based treatments.
Treating/preventing foot and leg pain is our passion as Podiatrists.
TFC Podiatry emphasis is to keep the residents of Melbourne’s West on their feet.
Our clinic is committed to treating acute sporting injuries, as such, we will ensure an appointment is available quickly.
Our Podiatrists manage foot, ankle sprains, ankle pain, knee and lower back pain conditions using the latest evidence-based treatments. Whether you have suffered an acute sports injury or require long term management of chronic issues, our Podiatrists at TFC Podiatry provide effective treatment using modern gait analysis technology to assess your condition.
We have a large range of Sports Podiatry services which are offered both of our sites in Yarraville and Point Cook. If you have a sporting injury or any source of pain in the lower limb, feel free to book in for a full biomechanical assessment today!
At TFC Podiatry, we are a specialist paediatric podiatry service treating children and toddlers with foot problems. We specialise in the diagnosis and treatment associated with Paediatric related foot/lower limb conditions, running injuries, and other paediatric injuries that can carry on into adulthood.
The Podiatrists at TFC Podiatry focus on providing an accurate diagnosis through full paediatric lower limb assessments. Whether your child has heel pain while playing basketball, flat feet or even in toeing. One of our friendly Podiatrists can help them out by undertaking a full assessment and initiation of a treatment plan.
Our Podiatry clinic provides state of the art medical care with a focus on family foot care. We take pride in providing excellent care to your entire family. From the treatment of painful corns to callouses and warts – we have vast experience performing ingrown toenail surgery. Our Podiatrists also conduct annual diabetes foot assessment for people with diabetes and ongoing diabetic foot management.
With vast experience in caring for the diabetic foot we know the Podiatrist’s role within this space, providing logical and easy to understand information on diabetes and how it can affect your feet. Our Podiatrists try to prevent, diagnose and avoid complications to the diabetic foot including; neuropathy, PVD, ulceration and Charcot foot.
At TFC Podiatry we like to provide you with as much knowledge as possible when it comes to your feet. This is why we have created a range of videos, to help keep you as well informed as possible about what we can do for you and the treatments that we provide.
Please check out our videos by clicking on the image to the right.
Ingrown toenails are a common condition that we see in the clinic where the sides of the nails (mostly your big toenails) grow into the flesh, causing damaged skin and sometimes open wounds that are prone to bacterial infections. They can cause a large amount of pain and discomfort if left untreated and do not… Read more »
Podiatrists have been using orthotic prescriptions for decades to treat musculoskeletal injuries in the lower limb. In the past podiatrists used orthotics to restrict movement within the foot and ankle, particularly “pronation” within the foot. While this is sometimes still necessary, we now use orthotics quite differently. Instead, we may design orthotics to achieve the… Read more »
Orthotics are innersoles made to be worn in your shoes. They are designed to improve gait efficiency, reduce the risk of overuse injuries in the foot and lower leg, and reduce/eliminate pain. Each orthotic prescribed to you takes into account your everyday needs, injury history, and foot type. Orthotics have many functions, including: Redistribute pressures… Read more »