The human foot is a masterpiece of engineering and a work of art. -Leonardo da Vinci

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  • Why are our Podiatrists in Sydney opened The Foot Hub:

    Our philosophy at The Foot Hub® is a very simple one – every foot complaint is important, and every patient is treated with understanding and compassion. Our feet take the brunt of our daily movement, and so keeping them in good condition without pain or discomfort is vital to living a happy and independent life.

    The Foot Hub was created out of a desire to provide a higher level of customer service and to truly bring our passion for podiatry to our patients. What makes this foot clinic in Sydney different from others is that we use prevention and proactive intervention as primary tools, not just fixing injuries or damage. We love to educate and work with our patients not just to alleviate issues, but to improve foot health and make our patients lives better.

    Nothing makes us happier than developing relationships that last and successfully treating patients at our podiatry clinics in Alexandria and Sydenham.

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Did you know that by the age of 50, an average person has travelled 120 000 kilometres?

This leaves the legs and the feet to be the most used and abused part of the human body.

Your feet matter. Make sure they receive the expert care they require.

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At our Foot Hub clinics, we offer HICAPS facilities, where you can claim your rebate on the same day as your treatment.

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