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Podiatry WA was formed in 1966 as a professional association in Western Australia and continues to promote the podiatrist as the leaders of foot health in the community. We support our members by providing quality education, networking opportunities and advocacy for the profession.

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There are many reasons why people have problems with their feet, ranging from simple changes that happen as we get older, to more complex issues that relate to conditions such as diabetes and arthritis which can make walking painful and difficult.

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Podiatry WA members practices are located throughout metropolitan and rural Western Australia. Search our Find a Podiatrist WA member directory to find a private podiatry practice near you.


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Upcoming events

    • 26 Feb 2020
    • 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Webinar
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    Online accounting means small business owners stay connected to their data and their accountants. The software can integrate with a whole ecosystem of add-ons. Its scalable, cost effective and easy to use. Marie Turner is a Chartered Accountant from MT Business Consulting and will provide a run through using Xero as an example, and demonstrate the way in which you can integrate apps to automate processes from start to finish.

    Includes- Single touch payroll system, banking systems, receipt storage apps and how to export if not using cloud based practice software.

    This webinar suits all levels of users, currently using Xero or not using any platform. Learn new tips and how it could help your business.

    Q&A opportunity after the webinar.

    1 CPD point and CPD certificate allocated for attendance.




    • 04 Mar 2020
    • 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
    • Webinar
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    Plantar heel pain is a common and persistent cause of foot pain that affects a wide range of individuals. Emerging evidence of intrinsic foot muscle deficits associated with plantar heel pain, along with enhanced understanding of the role of the intrinsic foot muscles, suggests that this may be an important component in management of the condition.

    In this webinar Dr Melinda Smith (PhD, BPhty (Hons)) a Physiotherapist and Postdoctoral Research Fellow at The University of Queenslandwill discuss new developments in our understanding of the intrinsic foot muscles, including the advanced imaging techniques that she has established, using high-field 7T magnetic resonance imaging. Case examples will illustrate how health practitioners can use this knowledge in clinical decision making when managing patients with plantar heel pain, with a specific focus on selection and progression of exercise interventions targeting the foot muscles.

    If you cant attend, a recorded version will be made available to all registered, for 3 days post event. You must still register prior to the event to receive the recording.

    1 CPD point and Certificate issued to all attendees.

    • 14 Mar 2020
    • 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
    • Bendat Parent and Community Centre-Tomasi Room. 36 Dodd Street, Wembley
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    • Join Injury Matters and Podiatry WA for the ‘Falls Prevention for Podiatrists Workshop’ as we learn about effective podiatry measures for falls prevention as well as falls assessment/screening tools and referral pathways.

      Presentations will be delivered by Theresa Miller, Senior Podiatrist at East Metropolitan Health Service and Tony Petta, Senior Physiotherapist at Falls Clinic, Department of Health.  This workshop will be a practical focus on strategies for preventing falls in older adults and will be tailored to meet the needs of Podiatrists.

      The workshop aims to:

    • Increase understanding of falls risk factors.
    • Increased knowledge of strategies to reduce falls risk factors related to foot issues.
    • Increased understanding of how to complete a falls risk assessment/screening tools.
    • Increased understanding of falls referral pathways in Western Australia.

    Refreshments provided, posters and information flyers included and networking opportunity.

    If you cant attend, but would like the recorded version of the event- you will still need to register prior to the event.

    2 CPD points and CPD Certificates will be issued for attendance.

     
    • 23 May 2020
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Belmont Training Centre- 209 Great Eastern Hwy Belmont WA
    • 10
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    Podiatry WA has booked a private course for podiatrists in Perth,  who wish to complete their CPR Refresher with other members.

    If you are unable to attend this date, the course is available to the public by booking directly through the St Johns website.

    The CPR Refresher course is recommended to be refreshed every 12 months and includes training on the appropriate use of an AED.

    Bookings essential, limited spaces, course duration 2 hours.



    • 23 May 2020
    • 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
    • Belmont Training Centre- 209 Great Eastern Hwy, Belmont WA
    • 6
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    Podiatry WA has booked a private course for podiatrists in Perth who wish to complete their Anaphylaxis Training with other members.

    If you are unable to attend this date, the course is available once per month to the public by booking directly through St Johns website.

    This course will only be offered annually  through Podiatry WA, limited spaces, course duration 1.5hours.


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