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Since it was established in 2012, The Podiatry Room has been reducing pain and promoting the foot health of those in Capalaba and beyond.

Ideally situated within the hub of health care in Capalaba, The Podiatry Room is located opposite Capalaba Central Shopping Centre, in an area which includes a large doctor’s practice, an x-ray clinic, a QML collection centre, a pharmacy, a dentist surgery and a physiotherapy office.

Initially a 1.5 day a week practice, demand for our services has grown with The Podiatry Room now boasting 2 full time podiatrists. People are attracted to our clinic because we will take time to determine the problem and to explain our treatment plan. We believe in ‘no surprises’ treatment! You will always know what is happening and why we are doing what we are doing. We believe in our treatments, we know they are the best available for you and your feet.

Owner operator Joe and fellow podiatrist Fiona, can help you manage any kind of foot related problem. Whether you are suffering from ingrown toenails, warts, diabetes, foot pain, need orthotics or are seeking guidance about the best footwear to match your activities and lifestyle, we would love to see you.

 

About The Podiatry Room

Owner operator Joe and fellow podiatrist Fiona, can help you manage any kind of foot related problem. Whether you are suffering from ingrown toenails, warts, diabetes, foot pain, need orthotics or are seeking guidance about the best footwear to match your activities and lifestyle, we would love to see you.

JoeJoe Henry

Owner operator and full time Podiatrist Joe Henry, is registered with the Podiatry Board of Australia. He completed a Bachelor of Podiatry at QUT in 2004 after initially studying mechanical engineering. Joe chose podiatry because of his passion to find and resolve the root cause of bio-mechanical issues within the human body. The foot is a complex structure, which when damaged or used or cared for incorrectly can significantly impact a person’s quality of life. Joe wants what is best for his patients and will tenaciously seek the source of the problem and solve it. Although he provides excellent results for a range of issues, he is particularly enjoys orthotic therapy, which involves using in-shoe devices to correct foot and lower limb conditions.

 

fionaFiona Bye

Fiona decided to obtain her degree in podiatry after many years of hospital nursing. Seeing the difficulties patients had with their feet and the impact of these issues on their quality of life, Fiona chose to focus her attention on the care and treatment of these issues.


With many years of experience Fiona is comfortable in all aspects of foot care and treatment. She has a particular interest in surgery for ingrown nails and for helping people who have diseases such as diabetes, that affect the lower limb. Fiona is registered with the Podiatry Board of Australia.