Posture Podiatry Posture Analysis

About Posture Analysis

At Posture Podiatry, we think it is important to consider your entire posture when we talk about your feet. Just as your feet can affect your posture, so your posture can affect your feet.

We have evolved into a population of people that are seated for most of the day. The effect of gravity on your posture in a seated position results in weakened muscles and an unbalanced skeletal system which becomes the framework for your posture when walking, running, dancing or playing sport.

The effect of gravity on your posture also extends to those of you who are standing all day for long periods. As your body fatigues it is less able to compensate effectively, which affects your body’s efficiency.

At Posture Podiatry we use simple, effective techniques to assess your posture and its impact on your feet and your pain.

(We are also friends with some of the best like-minded practitioners around Adelaide so you can be sure to be advised of the right people to see if there is a concern that needs further attention.)

What to expect in your consult?

On arrival, you’ll be greeted with a smile and invited to enjoy a complimentary mineral foot bath with essential oils or a beautiful herbal tea. (Say yes when offered… we love spoiling our clients!)

You’ll meet your podiatrist, who will listen to your history, work with you to perform a thorough assessment and begin treatment to get to the bottom of your concerns.

Your time is valuable, so you can complete your client forms either in person or online before your appointment to make things run smoothly. If you have any questions at all, please feel free to ask. We’re here to help!

We’ll stay in touch by sending personal emails or SMS (not bulk spam), and also ask for feedback after your appointments so we can continue to improve our service to you.


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