Therefore, home care assistance becomes essential for the vulnerable groups to maintain their overall wellbeing. However, home-based healthcare service is limited and most of the people may still have to visit the clinics for the health-related issues. Transportation is the main challenge for those who need regular appointments to improve their health. Thus, Gen Physio’s podiatrist are here to assist you.
The home visit podiatrist is a health specialist who helps with problems that affect your feet or lower legs in the home-based settings. Sometimes, we are known as foot doctors.
We treat common foot problems and assist clients to maintain the overall good foot hygiene. We are here to make sure you can perform daily tasks without any foot pain.
We are slightly different from the clinical-based podiatrist. As we are travelling to your place, we do not have extensive equipment with us to treat complex foot health issues. We are here to provide:
At Gen Physio, we have multiple allied health disciplines such as physiotherapists, exercise physiologists, occupational therapists, speech pathologists and dieticians at your disposal. As GenPhysio podiatrists we work together, closely with our colleagues to achieve the better health outcomes for our clients. We customise your care along with other allied health professionals in our team so you will be worry-free to keep up the health progression.
If you experience any foot health-related issues or difficulty to perform foot care, perhaps it is an option to have the foot experts in your house to improve your foot health. Please do not hesitate to contact us at Gen Physio, we have a friendly team of professionals that are dedicated to changing the lives of our clients. All of our clinicians are mobile and come to your own home to conduct an examination. Give us a call on 1300 122 884 to book a consultation today.
Article Written By Chieng Bing Wong
Podiatrist – Gold Coast & Northern NSW
Chieng graduated from the University of Newcastle with Bachelor of Podiatry (Distinction) in 2018. Throughout the degree, she was exposed to diabetic footcare management, orthoses manufacturing, lower limb biomechanical injury management and podiatric surgery. Chieng volunteered to provide footcare service in the Aboriginal communities in New South Wales. As a result, she developed the huge interest in the Aboriginal Health.