Rural Health Clinic
Whyalla Campus

Based at UniSA’s Whyalla campus, our Rural Health Clinic provides a range of allied health services for the community in Whyalla and surrounding areas. Services are delivered by students supervised by qualified and experienced healthcare professionals.

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    We deliver high quality podiatry services, treating and managing a wide range of foot and ankle conditions. 

    We provide a range of clinical services for adults and children including:

    • foot and lower limb assessment
    • treatment of lesions of the skin and nails, including corns, calluses, and nail problems
    • treatment of infections (e.g. plantar warts)
    • nail surgery
    • foot care and footwear education
    • biomechanical assessment
    • diabetes foot assessment and education

    If you or your child is experiencing pain, activity limitations, or if there is a family history of foot and leg problems we provide lower limb assessment to enable early identification.   

    We are able to assist with concerns including flat feet, ‘pigeon-toed’ walking, Metatarsus Adductus, foot orthoses, warts, pains, bow legs and ingrown toenails. 

    In addition to receiving valuable client care, you will help us deliver quality clinical education to UniSA students - our next generation of healthcare professionals.

    Appointments are essential, a medical practitioner referral is not required to access podiatry services and there is no charge for routine treatment.

Contact details

UniSA Rural Health Clinic

Please contact us to arrange an appointment.
08 8647 6096
Fax: 08 8302 8156

UniSA Whyalla campus
Ground floor, Jubilee Building
111 Nicolson Avenue
Whyalla SA 5608

Clinic days 
(please contact us for opening hours).