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Blueprint Podiatry joins Central Coast Mariners Team

Blueprint Podiatry joins Central Coast Mariners Team

Blueprint Podiarty is proud to announce a new partnership with the Central Coast Mariners for the 2021/22 season.

Our unweighted treadmill system

Our unweighted treadmill system

Are you a candidate for the Unweighted Treadmill System? Have you had surgery or an injury relating to your spine or lower limbs? Do you have a…

Top 4 Foot Tips

Watch and listen to Matt Shanahan as he gives some top tips on foot care

Do children need orthotics?

Do children need orthotics?

Orthotics or shoe inserts are specifically designed to alter gait and re-align foot posture. Herein lies the problem, children frequently present…

Compartment Syndrome

Compartment Syndrome

Compartment Syndrome pain is caused by swelling occurring and trapping pressure in the compartments that exist in all our muscles.

Why Does Running Hurt My Feet?

Why Does Running Hurt My Feet?

Running places considerable strain on your feet, so it's no surprise that most runners experience foot pain at some point. While foot pain…

What is plantarfasciitis?

What is plantarfasciitis?

In Plantar Fasciitis, tearing and inflammation occurs in your plantar fascia, leading to uncomfortable and painful heels.

Choosing the right shoes to help your child walk

Choosing the right shoes to help your child walk

It's important to take some time to think about whether the shoes you are buying will help or hinder your child's attempts to walk, or even…

Don't wait for a sports injury to go away

Don't wait for a sports injury to go away

Very often this is a mistake, sports injuries rarely go away by themselves and in many cases will get worse without professional treatment.