The human foot has 26 bones, 33 joints plus numerous muscles, tendons, ligaments, blood vessels and nerves.
It is an extremely complex and well-designed structure that, for most of the time, functions normally. Australian podiatrists are university-qualified medical professionals who are trained to assist their patients in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting the lower legs, feet and toes. Podiatrists don’t just cut toenails or prescribe orthotics; podiatrists carry a wealth of information that can assist their patients in a multitude of ways.
A podiatrist can work with a patient to help diagnose, assess and treat some of the following conditions:
- Ingrown toenails.
- Sporting injuries including fractures and strains/sprains.
- Flat feet/high arches.
- Corns, callouses, bunions and warts.
- Plantar fasciitis, arthritis, tendonitis and bursitis.
- Nail funguses and other assorted infections.
Jenna has the required formal qualifications that allow her to practice as a Podiatrist in Australia and has vast experience in all facets of podiatry. Jenna is highly-motivated to provide her patients with an enjoyable and professional service.