Podiatry

If pelvic instability or tilt is detected on X-ray then a pre-operative referral is made for an assessment (which may include running on a treadmill) and the construction of an individual sports orthotic which will be worn in the footwear to help restore pelvic stability.

It has been found that correcting pelvic instability by a heel raise orthotic makes a significant contribution to complete recovery after surgery.

Podiatrist, Dr Michael Kinchington from the Centre For Podiatric Medicine offers evidence based comprehensive treatment for foot, ankle and lower limb care.

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Dr John Garvey

Suite 301, 3rd Floor
BMA House
135 Macquarie Street
SYDNEY NSW 2000
  Free valet parking for patients

Dr John Garvey

Suite 301, 3rd Floor
BMA House
135 Macquarie Street
SYDNEY NSW 2000
  Free valet parking for patients

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