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Footwear

Dr. Comfort Range

Dr. Comfort is the leading provider of medical grade footwear which recognises the need for comfort, style and quality in the therapeutic shoe industry. Dr Comfort is suitable for diabetics and a large range of lower limb pathologies. They can be fitted in 1/2 sizes and three different widths. They are ‘orthotic friendly’, having a removable insole to accommodate orthotics. At Mint Foot Care Podiatry, we provide the full range of Dr. Comfort footwear for both ladies and men. Our qualified health professionals can provide advice on the shoe that best suits your individual needs as well as provide a fit and measure.

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Flute Lycra shoe

REVERE

Revere shoes have been designed in collaboration with leading footwear experts to provide maximum adjustability to support many foot types. Revere provides a removable footbed for those required to wear custom made orthotic devices. The extra depth unit allows for a wide variety of custom orthotics to be inserted without taking away from the styling or look of the shoes. All shoes come with extension straps to accommodate for extra width fittings, perfect for those who suffer from oedema.

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VIONIC

Vionic sandals have been developed by Phillip Vasyli a renowned Australian podiatrist. The range features concealed podiatrist-designed technology such as a deep heel cup, mid foot and forefoot arch contour and a flexible midsole that offer the same support as an off the shelve orthotic helping reduce over pronation, which can improve foot function and relieve common associated pains such as plantar fasciitis (heel pain), knee pain and back pain.

It is the only footwear recommended by both the American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA) and renowned integrative medicine doctor, Andrew Weil, MD.

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islander mens black thongs

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  • ARTHRITIC FOOT CARE

    Hammer Toes

    A hammer toe deformity causes your toe to bend or curl downward instead of pointing forward. This deformity can affect any toe on your foot. It most often affects the second or third toe. It usually develops over time due to arthritis, muscular imbalances, wearing ill-fitting shoes, such as tight, pointed heels. The most common causes […]

    Date:6 April 8, 2021
  • ORTHOTICS

    Toe Walking

    A custom Supra-Malleolar Orthotic (SMO) device with a high heel raise and forefoot lock for a 8 year old patient with sensory toe walking due to global development delay. The SMO has an extension to the toes to block flexion at the forefoot to an extent to prevent toe walking and the high heel raise […]

    Date:6 February 26, 2021
  • ARTHRITIC FOOT CARE

    5 Reasons to Have Orthotics

    Pain Orthotics can help offload areas of pain and redistribute stresses acting on certain muscles or structures in your feet and legs. This will not only help with relieving pain but also allow for recovery. Rehabilitation Orthotics are a great modality to use in combination with rehabilitation as it will help you maintain correct form […]

    Date:6 February 16, 2021
  • CHILDREN

    Warts

    Warts are infections of the skin that appear as raised bumps, caused by the Human Papillomavirus or HPV. There are many types of warts caused by many different types of HPV. Although most warts are not harmful, they are contagious, ugly, and on occasion – painful. Anyone can be affected by warts, but they are […]

    Date:6 October 29, 2020
  • BONE

    Sesamoiditis

    Sesamoids are small bones connected by tendons to muscles most commonly found in the big toe. Sesamoiditis generally happens when those tendons become inflamed. This condition can be the result of overuse, strain, or trauma. High activity sports like netball or dancing, and regular wear of high heels or tight shoes are all contributing factors […]

    Date:6 September 21, 2020
  • BONE

    Osgood Schlatter Disease

    Osgood-Schlatter disease is a common reason for knee pain in developing adolescents. It is the inflammation and irritation of the area just below the knee; where the patella tendon in the knee attaches to the shinbone. It most often occurs during puberty with growth spurts, when bones, ligaments and muscles are rapidly changing. Physical activities […]

    Date:6 September 2, 2020

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