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Couple's Feet in Bed


Lending a Helping Hand

Nicholas has been a Podiatrist for over 32 years working in Wollongong and Sydney and has been based in Orange for the last 25 years. He has worked both in the private and public systems as well as being a Podiatry Lecturer and Clinical Supervisor  in the areas of Biomechanics and High Risk Diabetes.

The surgery has the latest equipment in comfortable surroundings. There is always a receptionist on hand during opening hours and we always return messages left on our phone. We are a very family orientated practice and are able to accommodate wheelie walkers and small prams, therefore parents with children are welcome. We have disabled access via a ramp in the front car park  of the building.

Private Health Funds  may cover some aspects of Podiatry treatment. We are HICAPS equipped allowing for immediate & automatic claiming. Enhanced Primary Care Plans or EPCs are also accepted. We are also registered with the Department of Veterans' Affairs so eligible veterans are welcome


A Podiatrist  is a healthcare professional who can help prevent, diagnose and treat conditions of the feet. They can help with a wide-range of ailments, including day-to-day issues, or more serious problems.

They can also help prevent and correct deformities, keep people mobile and active as well as relieving pain and treat common foot problems that can include:

  • Thickened toe nails

  • Verruca Pedis (Plantar Warts)

  • Athlete's foot

  • Ingrown toenails

  • Corns and calluses

  • Bunions

  • Blisters

  • Heel problems, including pain or cracked heels

  • Sports injuries

  • Gout

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Injury, poor foot posture, foot dysfunction or other structural issues can lead to problems within the foot but can also affect other parts of the body such as the ankles, knees, hips and back. Common problems that can cause or be influenced by these issues include:

  • Heel pain

  • Plantar fasciitis

  • Forefoot pain (metatarsalgia)

  • Neuromas

  • Excessively Pronatedf feet.

  • Patella Dysfunction

  • Lower Back Pain

It is important that the origins of your problem are diagnosed. We can then develop the most appropriate treatment plan to get you back on your feet. Treatment may involve exercise programmes, footwear advice  and the provision of functional foot orthoses.



Nicholas has a special interest in  high risk diabetic footcare and has worked with High Risk patients & clinics for the past 20 years. As a member of the Advanced Practicing Podiatrists - High Risk Foot Group he maintains a high level of skills to deal with:

  • Foot Ulcers (wounds)

  • Diabetic Foot Ulcers (wounds)

  • Charcot's foot

At Advanced Podiatry, Orange we can provide

  • Wound management

  • Off-loading techniques using padding and deflective innersoles

  • Assessment of the Blood Flow to your feet

  • Assessment of the Sensation of your feet


Orange Clinic

Orange Professional and Medical Suites

3/256-258 Anson Street

Orange  NSW  2800

Molong Clinic

Molong Massage

194 Edward Street

Molong NSW  2866

(02) 6362 0007

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