Allied Health Services Ballina

Optimum Allied Health Ballina

Optimum Allied Healths’ Ballina team is here to help you with; 

  • Ballina pre-employment medicals
  • NDIS allied health services
  • Private appointments with your experienced therapist in our clinic
  • Home visit - we can come to you
  • Work cover treatments for injured workers
  • Medicare (EPC) referrals from your doctor

Our team of experienced physiotherapists, exercise physiologists, dieticians, podiatrists and occupational therapists are available to get your health back on track, fast!

When you come to see an Optimum Allied Health professional in Ballina you will get a clear plan on what it takes to get better or achieve your goals during your initial consultation.

Your initial consultation includes;

  • Assessment of injury/problem and symptoms
  • Diagnosis of problem
  • Education of diagnosis and what this mean to you
  • Treatment of pain and symptoms*
  • Exercise and rehab plan to prevent problem from reoccurring*
  • Referrals for X-rays and investigations*

Call now on (02) 6686 4555 or email now to schedule your initial.

*when deemed clinically necessary by practitioner

Services available in Ballina (in clinic and mobile); Physiotherapy, Dietetics, Exercise Physiology, Occupational Therapy, Podiatry

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Taking Care of Your Feet and Where to Find a Podiatrist in Ballina

Given how many steps most people take by the time they reach 50 or 60, it’s no wonder that our feet are tired and need a little extra TLC. It’s important to visit a podiatrist in Ballina regularly to ensure that your feet are in top shape – but there are some things you can do on your own to look after them between check-ups.

  • Give your feet a soak. Add a few drops of your favourite essential oil or a little Epsom salt to a tub of warm water and soak your feet for 10 to 15 minutes. Be sure to dry them gently, paying special attention to the areas between your toes.
  • Pamper your nails. Keep your toenails trimmed straight across so that the tips are even with the tips of your toes. Nails are easiest to trim right after a foot soak. If you have diabetes, leave this step to a podiatrist in Ballina.
  • Take care of your skin. The skin on your feet naturally becomes drier and thinner as you age. After taking a bath or shower, massage your feet with your favourite moisturiser, but don’t leave it between your toes as this may increase your risk of developing a fungal infection.
  • Wear the right shoes. Years of high heels and shoes that crowd your toes can lead to painful issues such as corns and bunions. Make sure your shoes fit correctly and feel good; avoid shoes that are too snug, as your feet may swell throughout the day.

If you experience any pain or worrisome symptoms in your feet or toes, don’t ignore it. At Optimum Allied Health, we can provide a podiatrist in Ballina to assess and treat a wide range of foot issues, developing and managing personalised treatment plans and always providing our services with a smile. Contact us today to learn more.

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