PODIATRY AT QUAY HEALTH SYDNEY CITY
- Fungal nails
- Ingrown nails
- Callous and corns
- Diabetic screenings
- Cracked heels
- Plantar fasciitis
- Heel spurs
- Running injuries
- Leg pain and injuries
Podiatrist Sam Towers provides a comprehensive podiatry service, encompassing all aspects of podiatry. From nail or skin problems, to running or sports injuries. Sam’s almost 20 years of experience will deliver superior treatment outcomes for patient’s at Quay Health Circular Quay.
Sam Towers also runs and operates his own 3D Digital Orthotic lab www.cadenceorthotics.com.au . Sam’s expertise in orthotic manufacturing makes him the best podiatrist for your feet. When your podiatrist runs the Orthotic Lab, you get the perfect fit – every time!
Preparing to Run without injury
Preparation is PARAMOUNT with the running season fast approaching. Whether you’re a PB aspirant or just aspiring for the finish line, the Quay health team are here to help! Read more here
High Heels, How bad are they?
This is a question often put to Podiatrist, Sam Towers at Quay Health, from the concerned female professional patient. Well ladies lets quickly summarise some of the factors contributing to their ‘Badness’. Want to know about high heels and how bad they are for you? Read Sam’s blog here High Heels, How bad are they?
To run or not to run?
How often have you walked past a runner and wondered whether they should be running or not? I often see parks full of runners and wonder why these people are running themselves towards a premature knee or hip replacement. Quite frankly, some of these people should have sought professional advice from a podiatrist before embarking on their personal crusade.
Thongs, Aussie icon, friend or foe?
We have to admit, the majority of Australian’s live in thongs for most of the year.
In Sydney’s Circular Quay you can always see a well dress buiness person walking down to the ferry in thongs. Most of us would have more than one pair. But, is walking in them all day every day a good thing or are we not doing our feet and bodies any favours?
High Heels and Orthotics
It is possible to wear orthotics to support your feet while wearing high heels.