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my FootDr podiatry centres Mackay

my FootDr podiatry centres brings the most advanced technology in foot care to Mackay. Located near the AFS Pharmacy in the Fourways Plaza, we acquired this practice from Proarch Podiatry in October 2011 and have retained the services of Zoe and the local team who previously were employed by Proarch Podiatry.

my FootDr podiatry Mackay is equipped with advanced gait analysis technology, the Orthema CAD/CAM Foot Orthotic Fabrication system to create soft, full length orthotics, the revolutionary PinPointe FootLaser and advanced Diabetic foot screening.

my FootDr is the only podiatrist in Mackay to bulk bill TCA (Team Care Arrangements) referrals from your doctor. We have HICAPS facilities onsite for on the spot claims from your health funds as well.

my FootDr podiatry are specialists in Occupational Podiatry , workplace and employee assessments and footwear advice and fitting. Workcover referrals are welcome.

With over 250, 000 satisfied customers, come and see us and Walk Pain Free !

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PinPointe FootLaser – Nail Fungus Treatment for Men & Women

Many Australians have unsightly fungal toenails (Onychomycosis), with statistics indicating that up to 10% of us suffer this condition in silence. However, the chances of acquiring a fungal nail rises sharply with age, and up to 50% of people over the age of 50 have one of more nails infected.

One of the frustrations people experience is poor or incomplete results with topical treatments. Outside of topical creams and ointments, the only option was a long course of oral antifungals which meant taking a tablet for at least 3 months and some possible side effects. It is no wonder that this revolutionary and clinically proven treatment has gained great traction around the world with over 1 hundred thousand procedures completed and more than 1 million nails treated to date.

Multisite clinical trials completed to date indicate success rates of at least 71%, although many practitioners who minimised cross infection risks have reported success rates in excess of 88% making it the most effective treatment on the market.

At my FootDr podiatry centres we have implemented a comprehensive assessment plan to ensure that the treatment really gets to the cause of the problem. This includes:

• A free initial assessment to determine if there is a fungal nail infection present
• A review of the cause of the infection
• A treatment plan outlining the most appropriate management
• Measures to ensure that once the infection is eradicated that the chances for re-infection are minimised.

Laser treatment for fungal toenail is considered more effective and safer than creams and oral medications.

Act now and secure your free initial assessment at any one of our 17 locations, or request an online appointment.

More information on the PinPointe FootLaser.

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