OUR APPROACH

At Move Podiatry,

we aim at getting you back on your feet as quickly as possible so that you can perform at the best of your ability.

Our Podiatrists are highly trained and nationally registered practitioners. We use the very latest technology to diagnose your foot problem and provide high quality treatment and care. Your feet are your foundation and if they are not looked after well, they can effect your overall health and wellbeing.

Podiatrist Brisbane, Manly.

Ankle Pain: Ankle injuries, Ankle arthritis, Biomechanical dysfunction, Gout, Infection.
Heel & Arch Pain
Tired, Achy or Sore Feet
Toe Pain
Mid Foot Pain
Lower Leg Pain
Achilles Tendonitis
Peroneal Tendonitis
Shin Splints
OUR FOOT TREATMENTS

Our Podiatry treatment heals the cause of your problem not just your symptoms

 

Tired, achy or sore feet, cracked heels, corns and calluses, ingrown toenails, plantar fasciitis, warts, ulcers, fungal nails, orthotics, hammer toes, bunions, neuromas, heel spurs and arch pain, foot and ankle instability, diabetic related problems, arthritis, gout, sports medicine, fractures, bursitis, tendinitis, rheumatoid arthritis, Achilles pain, footwear recommendations, etc.

We are located in the Manly Village Queensland, near to Wynnum and Lota, and a short drive from Manly West, Wynnum West, Wakerley, Gumdale and Tingalpa. Bus stop 87 is right out front.

WHO WE ARE

The Move Podiatry Story

Move is a holistic podiatrist practice that thinks about your feet in a different way. We don’t just take into account your feet issues, but look at the entire body. Using the latest technology, we look at the best way to prevent and finding immediate solutions to any pain.

VANESSA CARRICK

Vanessa is the founder of Move Podiatry and has been practising as a Podiatrist for 8 years. She has gained experience within many clinic settings across Brisbane.

Vanessa worked in London for over 2 years where she specialised in high risk diabetic and musculoskeletal conditions.

Vanessa is also involved in the Brisbane community and regularly helps sporting and local groups with improving foot care techniques.

Her approach is very much holistic, taking into consideration lifestyle, diet, exercise and treatments to help people feel fit and strong.

Vanessa CarrickPrincipal

What We Do Best

At Move Podiatry Clinic we believe in treating patients as our own family.

In doing so, we believe patients make better decisions when they are well informed. We believe in educating patients about their conditions, but also in treatment options. We attempt to exhaust conservative treatment before contemplating surgery. We also believe in providing a friendly and comfortable environment. We believe the secret to our success includes compassion and care.

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DVA
Bupa First
Medibank Preferred Provider

Associations and Memberships – We are proudly recognised, endorsed or registered with the following bodies

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Common Skin and Nail Conditions

Cracked heels, Corns and calluses, Ingrown Toenails, Warts, Fungal Nails

Foot and Ankle Pain and Problems

Plantar Fasciitis, Hammer Toes, Neuromas, Arch Pain, Foot and Ankle Instability, Arthritis, Gout, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Achilles Pain

Children

Children’s feet

Diabetes

Ulcers, Nerve Damage and Poor Blood Flow.

Orthotics

Orthotics, Footwear.

Faqs

Frequently Asked Questions. Coming Soon.

Meet Our Team

Vanessa Carrick

Founder, Principal

Vanessa is the founder of Move Podiatry and has been practising as a Podiatrist for 8 years. Vanessa is a very passionate Podiatrist that specialises in foot and lower limb conditions.
 
Vanessa worked in London for over 2 years where she specialised in high risk diabetic and sports medicine clinics.  She has gained experience within many clinic settings across Brisbane.
  
Her approach is very much holistic, taking into consideration lifestyle, exercise and treatments to help people feel fit and strong.
 
Vanessa is an member of the Australian Podiatry Association (APA) and Australasian Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine (AAPSM). She has further training in dry needling, foot mobilisation technique & gait retraining.
 
Vanessa is also involved in the Brisbane community and regularly helps sporting and local groups with improving foot care techniques.

 

 

Anna

Senior Podiatrist

After graduating with honours from Queensland University of Technology in 2001, Ann-Marie began her career in London where she worked in private practice and hospital settings. She was also involved with the sports medicine team for West Ham United and Chelsea Football Clubs.

 

Ann-Marie is particularly good at and enjoys resolving acute and chronic pain for patients within the scope of podiatry from general foot and nail care through to the more complex biomechanical cases. She loves working with children, and has extensive experience treating kids from the age of their first steps through to their teenage years. She also has a special interest in treating ingrowing nails for all age groups, and achieves excellent outcomes for patients requiring ingrowing toenail surgery.

 

Ann-Marie is an active member of the Australian Podiatry Association (APA) and Australasian Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine (AAPSM). She has further training in dry needling & mobilisation techniques, and mentors QUT podiatry students.

Podiatry Resources For Clients

Vanessa-Carrick Foot Health
May 19, 2018

What high heels do to your feet

What high heels do to your feet Most high heels are uncomfortable. Even your best,…
Foot Health
February 15, 2018

How to achieve hot looking feet this summer

01. Cracked heels Wearing slip on shoes without a back can cause the skin to…
MOVEPodiatry_Toe_nail_problem Toe Nail Problems
December 27, 2017

Toenail Problems

Have you noticed changes with your toenails and are you wondering what it could be?…

Hamstrings

Tight hamstrings are the bane of runners, sprinters, soccer players, rugby players, and really every other athlete too.  Moreover, even non-athletes suffer from tight hamstrings, especially working professionals who sit for extended periods of time.  Fortunately, foam rolling the hamstrings is an effective solution for this pesky problem.

Foam rolling your hamstrings

Foam rolling your hamstrings is a simple exercise, and once you start to do it each day your tightness and pain will disappear within the first week or so. Be warned, if you’ve never used a foam roller before, you’re going to be sore tomorrow. These things are pseudo torture devices that we love to hate. Give it a few days though; you’ll never have felt so good. Here’s a great video demonstrating the most basic method of foam rolling the hamstrings. Note that this can be performed either one leg at a time, if you need more pressure on your fascia, or both legs at the same time if you’re a little more sensitive.

For the one leg variation:

1. Sit on the ground with your foam roller under your thighs, and one leg bent to 90 degrees with that foot on the ground. The other leg should be extended forward. 2. Place your hands behind you, and gently push up so that your weight is supported by your hands and the stabilizing foot. 3. Slowly roll back and forth until you’ve identified a trigger point. Once you’ve identified a sensitive area, maintain pressure there for about 30 seconds.

Gluteal strengthening exercises

The key to keeping your knees happy is to keep your gluteal (hip) muscles strong. Single leg squats are commonly used to build hip strength. You can perform bridge exercises, especially single leg bridges, to improve strength without placing excessive pressure on the knee and requiring much balance.

See if this is something you would benefit from by seeing a Podiatrist at Move. It is important these exercises are done correctly to prevent injury.

Spikey Ball for the foot

Use a spikey ball or tennis ball to stretch the arch. This can be used to help conditions such as plantar fasciitis, arch pain, Achilles tendinopathy, and bunions.

Slowly roll the spikey ball under the foot. You can apply a reasonably amount of pressure by weightbearing on the ball.

See if this is something you would benefit from by seeing a Podiatrist at Move.

Contact.

For more information on podiatry and Leg pains call us today to schedule an appointment. Please call us or use the form below. All information will be kept strictly confidential in accordance with Australian privacy laws.

Brisbane

51 Cambridge Parade, Manly, Brisbane
Queensland, Australia, 4179.

T: +61 (07) 3393 6819,

Opening Hours

Monday: 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Tuesday:
 9:00 am – 7:00 pm
Wednesday: 7:00 am – 5:00 pm
Thursday: 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Friday: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Saturday: 8:00 am – 2:00 pm
Sunday: OFF

Pls book an appointment before visiting the clinic

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