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What do I bring to my podiatry visit?

What do I need to know before I turn up to my Podiatry appointment?

It is good to know what to expect when you turn up for your Podiatry appointment at Power Podiatry and we hope this answers a few of your questions. Click on the links below for more details.

What should I bring to my Podiatry appointment

  • List of current medication
  • List of health conditions and approximate duration
  • List of injuries, accidents and surgery
  • Referral if you have one (Referral only required under DVA and Chronic disease management plan)
  • Shoes (work, sport) and orthotics if you have them
  • Cards (Medicare, Private Health, DVA) if you have them
  • Method of payment (Cash, Visa, MasterCard, Debit card )

For more information on what to bring to your podiatry appointment you can give us a call on 07 4112 3211

What should I wear to my Podiatry appointment

Comfortable clothes for your podiatry visit
  • Comfortable clothing
  • Clothing that will maintain your modesty but allow access to whole leg
  • Loose clothes can be rolled back if required
  • Shorts give access to most of the leg
  • For Biomechanical assessment active wear may be most suitable (ask your Podiatrist)
  • Bring a smile…it makes for a happier day

For more information on what to wear to your podiatry appointment you can give us a call on 07 4112 3211


Easy Parking at Power Podiatry
  • Free street parking directly in front of clinic
  • Free limited off-street parking

Access and Amenities

  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Mobility accessible toilet
  • Bus stop approx. 20m on Truro St
  • Air-conditioned 
  • Access via Truro St 
  • Behind the bright blue door