Podiatry clinic

Providing assessment and treatment services for adults and children.

Based at UniSA’s City East, City West, and Magill campuses, and Elizabeth Health Clinic, podiatry services are provided by undergraduate podiatry students, under the supervision of registered practicing podiatrists.

Clinical services include foot and lower limb assessment and treatment, biomechanics, sports injury, nail surgery and paediatrics (children).

Appointments are essential (a medical practitioner referral isn’t required to access our services). 

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    We provide a range of clinical services including:

    • foot and lower limb assessment
    • treatment of lesions of the skin and nails, including corns, callus, and nail problems
    • treatment of infections (e.g. plantar warts)
    • nail surgery
    • foot care and footwear education
    • biomechanical assessment
    • custom orthoses and prefabricated insoles
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    The UniSA Podiatry Clinic understands children have their own unique development concerns. Lower limb assessment may assist in early identification, particularly if your child is experiencing pain and activity limitations, or if you have a family history of foot and leg problems. Located across our clinics, we are able to assist with concerns including flat feet, ‘pigeon toed’ walking, Metatarsus adductus, foot orthoses, warts, pains, bow legs and ingrown toenails.

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    Registered Podiatrist Services

    The City West Health and Medical Clinic offer Podiatry services by a fully-qualified Podiatrist, specialising in paediatric podiatry. Our services are flexible and family-centred and may be funded through the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). Rebates are also available via Medicare with a health plan referral, as well as private health cover. For more details on fees and to make an appointment, please feel free to contact the City West Clinic on 8302 0986.

    Student-led Podiatry Services

    Initial standard consultation $20
    Follow-up consultation $15
    Concession rate  $10
    Assessment and treatment of lesions of the skin and nails (e.g. corns, callus), treatment of foot infections (e.g. plantar warts, ingrown toenails), and foot care and footwear education.
    Custom orthoses $170
    Our custom orthoses are designed to support, align and improve the function of your feet and lower limbs. This service includes casting, one pair of custom orthoses, standard covers, dispensing, and a follow-up appointment.
    Prefabricated insoles   Price varies
    Prefabricated insole prices vary and depend on the type and brand required.

    Student-led Biomechanics

    Initial standard consultation $20
    Follow-up consultation $15
    Concession rate $10

    Nail surgery

    Assessment and treatment $30
    We assess and treat nail problems and infections, including the removal of ingrown toenails


    We provide foot and lower limb assessment, as well as foot care and footwear education, for children 14 years and under. Please contact the clinic for fee information.


    Why do we charge service fees?

    As a direct teaching clinic, we are not funded for all of our materials or equipment. Fees are levied to help cover these costs for ongoing use and maintenance.

    *Please note fees may vary slightly between clinic locations, please contact each clinic directly for more information.

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    In addition to providing you with valuable client care, the Service delivers quality clinical education to UniSA students - our next generation of healthcare professionals. Educated in state-of-the-art facilities, students gain invaluable practical experience and exposure to a wide range of client needs.

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    Telehealth is the use of telecommunications technology such as videoconferencing, telephone consultation and/or email to deliver long distance clinical services to client. Telehealth provides a solution that allows for clients and families to still have access to allied health support without having to attend in-person.

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    Telehealth appointments are available for Physiotherapy, Exercise Physiology, Podiatry and Occupational Therapy for Children.

    Please contact our friendly reception staff to book a telehealth appointment.

Clinic contact details

UniSA City East Campus  

Telephone: (08) 8302 2269 
Fax: (08) 8302 1547
Email: podiatryclinic@unisa.edu.au

UniSA City East campus 
Level 3 (Ground Floor), Centenary Building (Room C3-33) 
Corner of North Terrace and Frome Road 
Adelaide SA 5000

Car parking 
Public parking facilities are available nearby on North Terrace and Frome Road.

Clinic Hours

General   Monday 10:00am - 12:30pm 
1:30pm - 3:00pm (July to Nov only)
Tuesday 9:30am - 2:30pm
Thursday 9:00am - 12:00pm
Biomechanics   Wednesday 9:30am - 12:30pm 
1:30pm - 3:00pm
Paediatric   Friday 9:00am - 11:30am

UniSA City West Health and Medical Clinic 

For allied health services please contact:
Telephone: (08) 8302 0986
Fax: (08) 8302 7888
Email: citywesthealth@unisa.edu.au

For general practitioner services please contact:
Telephone: 1300 172 996
Fax: (08) 8125 6712
Website: unisamedical.com.au

UniSA City West campus
27-29 North Terrace
Adelaide SA 5000

Clinic days 
(please contact us for opening hours).

Public transport 
Public transport options are within walking distance of the clinic including the tram and buses.

Tram: “Park n Ride”- Park your car at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre or in the Parklands (4 hours) at Thebarton and catch the free Tram from 1 stop away.

Please visit adelaidemetro.com.au for further details.

UniSA Magill Allied Health Clinics

Please contact us to arrange an appointment.

Telephone: (08) 8302 4013 
Fax: (08) 8302 4344 
Email: magillhealthclinics@unisa.edu.au

UniSA Magill campus 
E Building (Room E1-22) 
Enter from Bundey Street 
Magill SA 5072

Clinic hours 
Monday-Friday 8:00am-6:00pm 
(please contact us to confirm as times for each service can vary).

Car parking
Reserved parking is available in the M3 carpark, in spaces marked ‘Reserved Clinic Parking Only’. Enter via Bundey Street.

UniSA Health Clinic Elizabeth

For general practitioner services please contact:
Telephone: 1300 172 996
Fax: (08) 81256712
Website: unisamedical.com.au

UniSA Health Clinic Elizabeth
26A Mark Road, Elizabeth South, South Australia

The UniSA Health Clinic has a designated parking zone with free parking available to patients in the carpark located north of the clinic entrance and through the boom gates. A code is required to exit the carpark which can be obtained from our reception staff.

Carpark location and instructions

Public transport
Some buses that stop along John Rice Avenue are within walking distance of the clinic. Please check the Adelaide Metro website or your preferred transport planning app.

Clinic Contact Details
Email: elizabethhealthclinic@unisa.edu.au

Opening Hours
Monday – Friday 8am-6pm*

*These are our general opening hours and may be subject to change daily.

UniSA also offers podiatry services from the Rural Health Clinic at the Whyalla Campus.
Please visit the Rural Health Clinic page for more information.