Mackay

The Mackay clinic was Balance Podiatry’s very first location, opening in 2002 at Sydney Street. Soon after, the podiatry clinic and shoe store moved to the much larger Victoria Street premises where it remains today. The Mackay clinic grew quickly into one of Australia’s largest and busiest podiatry clinics and formed the template for success that the brand has achieved. In 2014, the clinic and shoe store underwent a much deserved re-fit including the purchase of new technology such as laser for fungal nails and updated 3D foot scanners.

Our focus in Mackay has always been to deliver a premium podiatry and orthotic service to the community which continues on today with our new podiatry staff. Balance Podiatry would like to thank the Mackay community for their continued support and loyalty.

The practice is serviced by Nathan Montgomery who joined the practice in early 2014, Lachie Crawford (2016) and new team member Claire Simpson,who joined the business from my FootDr podiatry centre Mackay. She has worked in the area since 2011, and has a  passion for all areas of podiatry, with a particular interest in sports medicine and lower limb biomechanics. Our Podiatry team is supported by our friendly receptionist and shoe specialists.

We support rebates from all health funds. 

Mackay News

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Balance Podiatry partners with My FootDr to create Australia’s largest podiatry network

Balance Podiatry has strengthened its leading foot care offering and will undertake an exciting rebrand as part of joining the national podiatry group My FootDr.

All 10 Balance Podiatry shoe stores and podiatry clinics will change their name to My FootDr by mid-2018, joining more than 50 locations nationally to create Australia’s largest podiatry network. Continue reading Balance Podiatry partners with My FootDr to create Australia’s largest podiatry network

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Gen Z starting school on the wrong foot.

Leading podiatrists warn that many Australian children could be starting off the school year on the wrong foot by wearing shoes that permanently damage their feet.

Children spend at least 1200 hours in school shoes each year – and that doesn’t factor in extra-curricular activities such as sports. Continue reading Gen Z starting school on the wrong foot.