Welcome to South Lake Podiatry

At South Lake Podiatry we pride ourselves on being different as we won't suggest a treatment if it is not going to work.  With over 20 years experience, you are in safe hands.  South Lake Podiatry provide the highest quality of care through exhaustive testing, using the best possible treatment, and having access to state of the art medical equipment. Often referred to patients as a second (or even third) opinion after a previous treatment has failed to be effective, South Lake Podiatry have the knowledge and expertise to correctly diagnose conditions, and the tireless work ethic to explore new and improved treatment methods. If it exists, we can treat it...

This optimal level of care is not an accident. Observing the often lax standards within the industry, South Lake Podiatry – under the direction of Noela Askew – are on a mission to be the hands-down leaders in the field. A podiatrist of 20 years, and also holding her Law degree, Noela's analytical mind and commitment to excellence is at the core of South Lake Podiatrist's ethos and achievement of results.

We enjoy challenging cases, that have not responded to another podiatrist treatment.  Our podiatry clinic treat people in all suburbs including: Cockburn Central, Beeliar, Hammond Park, Aubin Grove, Atwell, Bibra Lake, Yangebup.

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Treatments we offer

Thoroughness is paramount to our methodology, and our extensive list of services include computer analysis for diagnosis prior to orthotic therapy, shockwave therapy, acupuncture, kinesiology taping, joint mobilisation, doppler, neurothesiometer, and medical imaging for diagnosis.

Orthotic Therapy

In far too many cases, podiatrists (in an effort to hurry through more patients) often prescribe orthotics to patients when, in actual fact, orthotics may not even be the correct treatment for the condition at hand. When prescribed appropriately, orthotics can be a life-changer – bringing relief to even chronic conditions – though when they are inappropriately prescribed they change nothing for the better. Our fully trained and certified podiatrists know when orthotics are the correct treatment for a condition, as well as any other essential procedures that need to be explored as treatments.

Shockwave Therapy

South Lake Podiatry is the only podiatrist south of the river with a shockwave therapy machine. One of the most effective non-invasive treatments, shockwave therapy is used for a range of chronic soft tissue conditions of the lower limb such as chronic Achilles tendonitis and plantar fasciitis. The treatment involves applying a probe against the skin from five to 10 minutes, allowing high energy sound waves to spread outwards to the affected tissue; stimulating C nerve fibres. Shockwave therapy provides many benefits, such as activation of an area for repair, and can be a critical precursor to other treatments.

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