Podiatrist Box Hill


Our Podiatry Clinic Near Box Hill treats:

Lefort Podiatry provides relief for general podiatry conditions to residents of Box Hill and surrounding suburbs.


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  • Bunions – This condition is a physical foot deformity involving the 1st metatarsal and the bones of the big toe.


  • Corns and Callouses – This condition occurs on the ball of the foot and the heel typically, and is the result of excess pressure.


  • Children’s Feet – Children are not small adults. The feet of young children are soft and pliable, so abnormal pressures can easily cause the foot to deform.


  • Flat Feet – Flat feet refers to the position of the feet when one is standing.


  • Fungal Toenail Infection – Fungus can sometimes infect toenails. This condition affects about 10% of the population, especially the elderly and diabetic.


  • Heel Pain – Although there are many conditions that cause heel pain, Plantar Fasciitis is the most common condition treated by our professional team of podiatrists.


  • Plantar Wart Treatment – Warts on the foot are growths on the skin caused by a virus called Human Papillomavirus (HPV).



  • Sweaty Feet – Excessive sweating, medically termed Hyperhidrosis, is often occupationally disabling and socially embarrassing.


  • Thick and Discoloured Nails – There are many causes or thickening and discolouration of the toenails including trauma, skin conditions and fungal toenail infection.


General Podiatry Services We Offer

We also offer a range of general podiatry services including:


  • Diabetic Foot Care – Regular checks, every 6 months, will be able to catch any issues early to prevent complications.


  • Ingrown Nail Surgery – The procedure is undertaken under local anaesthetic. A small and quick injection of local anaesthetic is administered by the podiatrist into either side of the nominated toe to completely numb the entire toe.




  • Orthotics – Orthotics are insertions that help support the foot and realign it.


  • Wart Treatment – We use a range of different wart treatment options which include liquid nitrogen, acid preparations, formalin 10%, silver nitrate, efudix cream, deep needling and surgery.