At Muscle Joint Bone our podiatrists work with people of all ages and activity levels; diagnosing and treating a range of foot and lower limb conditions including heel and arch pain, gait disturbances, skin problems, and ingrown toenails.
We provide analysis and treatment of disorders of the foot, ankle and leg, as well as rehabilitation after surgery, gait retraining, improving running technique, and routine nail, corn and callus care.
Our podiatrists are diversely trained and use many modalities from biomechanical assessment, through to mobilisation, electro therapies and exercise rehabilitation.
We’re extensively trained in manual therapy, which means we are “hands on” with our patients. This may include massage and joint mobilisation and manipulation, as well as muscle stretching, which we achieve using a wide variety of techniques.
For more information on how we can help you, or to book an appointment or contact Muscle Joint Bone Doreen on 9715 0582 or Muscle Joint Bone Epping on 9088 8228 or Muscle Joint Bone Balwyn North on 8797 1991.
Muscle Joint Bone clinics offer a wide range of treatment and rehabilitation options for various conditions.
Our team of experienced podiatrists are able to assess, diagnose and treat a variety of problems including:
Your podiatrist will also provide you with long-term health maintenance, and healthcare advice which aims to optimise your quality of life.
When you come to see us for your initial physiotherapy consult you can expect:
We provide extended consultations in a state-of-the-art treatment facility.
Our team is always looking out for the patient’s wellbeing with a goal to get them fit and active as soon as possible.
We always provide customised treatment plans as each patient and injury or condition is different.
We provide an integrated approach to healthcare, using the expertise of our team and precise progress management technologies, and tackle problems at the root.
We offer a diverse range of treatments that extend beyond Physio, Chiropractic, Podiatry and Osteo practices and into long-term healing methods, including clinical pilates, myotherapy, massage and hyperbaric oxygen therapy.
No, you do not need a referral to visit a podiatrist. Simply call our clinic to book your appointment! Please note that referrals are required for WorkCover, Veterans Affairs or Medicare Chronic Disease Management patients.
The length of your appointment depends on your unique condition and the treatment you’re receiving. Call our clinic to get an indication of your upcoming appointment duration.
In Australia, podiatry is considered an allied health profession. Medicare rebates are generally not available for visits to the podiatrist. However, Medicare will cover treatment for those with chronic medical conditions under the Chronic Disease Management Scheme (CDM). The CDM is a government incentive that allows individuals with a chronic medical illness or condition to receive Medicare rebates for a maximum of five allied health services each calendar year. A chronic medical condition is one that has been present for six months or longer. Your GP will prepare an Enhance Primary Care (EPC) and refer you to an allied practitioner such as Muscle Joint Bone if you qualify for treatment.
If you have the appropriate level of private health insurance cover, you will receive a rebate for your podiatry consultation. To learn whether your health fund will cover your podiatry appointment, call our clinic today.
Yes. Please bring your DVA card and GP referral to your initial appointment.
Our podiatrists treat self-managed and plan-managed NDIS participants.
Yes, our Allied Health clinic welcomes TAC and Work-safe injuries.
HICAPS is available for customers with private health insurance
Yes, all of our practitioners are government-registered healthcare professionals.