Point Cook and Yarraville Podiatry Services


COVID – 19 and Podiatry

What are we doing in our clinics about COVID-19?

  • TFC Podiatry remains open to provide service for our patients. We have
    implemented strict infection control measures within our clinics. These are
    some of the things we are doing to keep our clinic safe for our patients and
  • With the latest advice from the Chief Health Officer, we would like to
    encourage all of our patients to wear a face mask to appointments if possible.
  •  You will notice all of our Podiatrists will also be wearing PPE during
    appointments. This includes gowns and faces masks during appointments.
  •  Temperature checks on arrival for staff and visitors.
  • We also ask that upon entering the clinic please use the hand sanitiser
  • 1.5 metres of social distancing rules are in place throughout the clinic and
    waiting areas.
  • Strict infection control measures remain in place. This includes regular
    disinfection of surfaces within clinical spaces and waiting areas.
  • TFC Podiatry is a low bulk clinic. This means that we have a small amount
    of patient and practitioners onsite at any one time.

COVID – 19 and Podiatry

  1. Acutely Painful Foot and Ankle Conditions: By managing conditions such as fractures, sprains and inflamed painful foot and ankle conditions Podiatrists can help reduce the load on the health care system. Read More
  2. Telehealth: By offering remote consults with patients that are drastically reducing their community exposure or self-isolating, our Podiatrists can provide strong management plans in the safety of your own home! By asking the right questions and getting our patients to do some assessments, our skilled Podiatrists can help with your pain! Read More on Telehealth here
  3. Ingrown Toenails: Ingrown toenails need to be dealt with FAST! If an ingrown toenail is not dealt within the first few days of symptoms it can become infected and cause serious problems. With 1 on 1 appointments, TFC Podiatry provides a safe place to get treatment for ingrown toenails quickly! Read More on Igrown Toenails here
  4. Diabetic Foot Care: If high risk diabetic patients do net get the correct level of Podiatry care regularly they can develop foot problems that can mean hospitilisation! Providing care for our higher risk diabetic population is important for our patients and our health care system. Read More on Diabetes and Feet here
  5. Pain Management: Many of our patients are relying on exercise to complete their job at work or staying healthy during this pandemic. Pain can easily limit this ability to stay fit and healthy. Our Podiatrists can help you to manage and treat that pain effectively with either Telehealth or 1 on 1 face to face appointments available. Book an appointment today!