Do you have painful feet or lower limb issues? Phone 07 3256 1006 to book an appointment with Walk Without Pain Podiatry Indooroopilly.
Level 6, Office Towers
Indooroopilly Shopping Centre
322 Moggill Road
Walk Without Pain Indooroopilly is located a short drive from the suburb of Kenmore. Indooroopilly Shoppingtown is service by buses and the train station is a 5 minute walk.
Stephanie graduated from Queensland University of Technology with a Bachelor of Podiatry (Honours) in 1990, with the addition on completing a Master of Health Science, majoring in Podiatry in 1996. During her studies, Stephanie was awarded several university prizes, including the prestigious C.W. Graves award for excelling in orthotic design and manufacture. Stephanie has been in private practice since 1991 and has spent several years studying and assisting in foot surgery. Her special interest lies in treating intractable pain, particularly where long standing and resistant to previous interventions. Stephanie is experienced in in-house ultrasonography, prolotherapy, neural prolotherapy and minor surgical procedures of the nails and skin.
Having graduated from Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane in 2006, Holly then went on to further her education with post graduate study in both prolotherapy and diabetes. Holly has volunteered for Oxfam Trailwalker and Bridge to Brisbane as a Podiatrist, and additionally has numerous articles published in local newspapers. Holly enjoys treating all aspects of podiatry, though has a particular focus on diabetic care, dermatology and paediatric podiatry, as well as being licensed in Pinpointe Laser for fungal nail infections.
Christian joined us in 2014 after graduating from QUT with honours. Christian also holds a degree in education and has had a past life as a primary school teacher. He also became an Endorsed Prescriber of Scheduled Medicines in 2017, only the 12th podiatrist in the state to achieve this advanced qualification. He enjoys all aspects of podiatry practice, including minor surgery for ingrown nails and skin lesions such as warts. He is interested in sports, sports injuries and the interplay between foot mechanics and skeletal injuries higher up. Christian performs injection therapies such as prolotherapy, neural prolotherapy and corticosteroid infiltrations. Tending to complex diabetic foot conditions is also a rewarding outcome.
In 2007, Charlotte graduated from Auckland University of Technology with a Bachelor of Health Science, Podiatry. As a keen athlete, Charlotte enjoys cycling, running and has represented New Zealand in Netball. Charlotte enjoys all aspects of podiatry with a special interest in paediatrics, injury treatment, nail surgery, sports injuries/biomechanics and general podiatry treatment. Charlotte is also trained in the use of our Pinpointe laser for fungal nail infections.
Commonly treated conditions:
- Nail care and callus removal
- Pain associated with heel spurs, shin splints, Achilles’ pain
- Ingrown and deformed nails
- Sports injuries
- Diabetes assessments and education
- Fungal nails
- Paediatric concerns
Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy – A treatment for soft tissue injuries not responding to conservative treatment (Achilles’ problems, heel spurs, calf pain).
Laser for Fungal Nails – A non-pharmaceutical treatment for fungal nails.
Prolotherapy – A specialised injection technique for pain related to nerve damage.
Mobilisation Therapy – A manual therapy which provides relief from stiff arthritic joints by increasing joint range of motion.
Minor Nail Surgeries – Permanent solution to fix ingrown toenails
Dynamic and Static Pressure Mapping Technology – An assessment tool for patients with high pressure areas (corns, callus, wounds/ulcers).