02 8056 3154 | 2 East Lane, NORTH SYDNEY, NSW 2060


From diabetic foot care through to ingrown toenails and orthotics we’ll help your consumers put their best foot forward.

Over a lifetime, our feet walk us four times around the planet, so as we age, feet need special care and attention. Some common conditions that our podiatrists treat on a daily basis in aged care settings in either an onsite or mobile capacity are:

  • Corns and calluses
  • Cuts and lesions of the feet 
  • Diabetic foot ulcers
  • Ingrown or discoloured skin and nails 
  • Swelling of the feet 
  • Foot discomfort and gait

Every year in Australia, there are more than 4,400 foot amputations every year, many of which are preventable with good foot care. At Physiocorp we aim at being proactive rather than reactive.



Why are podiatrists important for treating nails and ingrown toe-nail? 

Due to stiff joints, cutting toenails can be a painful experience for many aged care residents who are also at much greater risk of non-healing wounds on the feet. 

Our experienced podiatrists can assist with cutting of toenails and ingrown toe-nail and also assist with management of lower limb wounds, which are often a consequence of pressure areas while lying in bed, or footwear blisters. 


Our mobile and onsite podiatrists are committed to helping elderly Australians prevent severe foot complications of diabetes. 

Call us today on 02 8056 3154 or email us about our podiatry services to get your residents on the front foot again!