Alhan Ramez studied her Bachelor of Applied Science and Masters of Podiatric Practice (B.ASc & M.Pod.P) at LaTrobe University and has an interest in biomechanics, orthotic therapy, sports related injuries, children with growing pain and ingrown toenail management. Alhan attends many professional podiatry seminars to ensure her patients receive the best care.
Recognised by The Australian Health Practice Regulation Agency (APRAH) and National Podiatry Association
Trained in shockwave therapy, dry needling (acupuncture), foot mobilisation therapy and tool-assisted massage.
Communication and thorough reports back to your doctor and/or other health professionals involved in your care.
Access the latest technology and quality equipment to improve your treatment outcome.
Podiatrists are health care professionals experts in foot, ankle and lower limb. They can help to prevent, diagnose and treat wide range of foot related conditions, including foot problems that arise from underlying medical conditions such as diabetes and arthritis. Podiatrists aim is to maintain mobility of all clients; adults, children, elderly, those living with a disability. This is achieved through gait analysis, specific exercises, musculoskeletal assessment, footwear advice, modifications and orthoses/insoles. Podiatrists can diagnose and treat skin and nail pathologies which includes dermatitis and fungal infections, performing minor procedures like wart/corn treatment and ingrown toenails removal and they also can refer for an x-ray and ultrasound if necessary.