Southern Podiatry Clinic

Experts in Foot, Ankle and Lower Limb Care

  • Highly Experienced Team
  • Locally Owned and Operated
  • Servicing Nowra and the Shoalhaven Community for Over 20 Years

Phone 44216030 or Book Online

Open Monday to Friday 8.30am - 5.30pm

Southern Podiatry Clinic

Podiatrists are experts in foot, ankle and lower limb care. There are many reasons to see a podiatrist. Some of the typical foot conditions that we see include general nail care, footpain, bunions, ingrown toenails, sports injuries, tinea, corns and calluses.

Some of the common reasons why someone might see a podiatrist are:

  • General foot care
  • Diabetes, peripheral vascular disease or neuropathy
  • Soft tissue and muscular injuries
  • Foot or lower limb deformity
  • Falls
  • Arthritis
  • Circulatory diseases
Southern Podiatry Nowra Podiatrist cutting toe nails and assessing foot pain
Southern Podiatry Nowra biomechanics podiatrist assessment

Biomechanical Assessment

Your foot position and structure effects not only the local tissues, but may influence the way that your knees, hips and back function.

During a biomechanical assessment, your podiatrist will observe the way that you walk or run, and assess your muscle strength and joint mobility. We will provide you with an individual management plan to help you achieve your goals.

Ingrown toe nail and nail surgery Nowra

Ingrown Toe Nails & Nail Surgery

Ingrown toenails occur when the nail irritates the surrounding tissue. They can cause pain, redness, swelling and may lead to infection. 

Most ingrown toenails can be managed conservatively with appropriate cutting techniques and by addressing the causative factors. However, in some cases, nail surgery may be recommended which is completed in our Nowra podiatry clinic.

Podiatric Services

Foot pain, Heel Pain, Flat feet, High arches, Bunions, Corns and Callus
Diagnosis and treatment of forefoot, mid-foot and heel pain.
Thickened nails Hard nails Fungal nails Callous Corns Plantar warts

Cutting nails, treatment of corns, calluses, plantar warts, cracked heels and ingrown nails. 

Podiatry orthotics for flat feet or high arch

Prescription orthotic devices and simple offloading for the adjunct treatment of foot and knee conditions. 

Diabetic foot assessment conducted by a podiatrist

Including a neurological and vascular assessment, recommended to be conducted every 6 to 12 months.

Ingrown toe nail and nail surgery to reduce pain, redness, swelling and infection

Including conservative nail cutting and nail surgery for persistent ingrown nails.

Child displaying problems with walking and complains of pain in their legs and feet

Assessment of children's gait and treatment of painful feet, ankles and knees.