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Woop Woop- New Location just around the corner- literally.

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We are very excited to announce that we are on the move. Commencing on Thursday 2nd February, we relocate from 12 Bowen St to 92 Queen St, Waiuku. We are still operating in our old location in the meantime, and for those clients with appointments from 7th February onwards, we will see you in the new clinic.

The premises have a history of being the Waiuku Medical Centre, so we will feel right at home in them. New signage is going up as we write this, so expect to see our notices and logo from a different perspective.

Cohabiting with Aurora Law- very excited.

Plantar Plate Taping technique

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Taping is something that gets easier the more you practice.

We have created a quick guide here for your reference. It is not a definitive guide, more of a recommendation to support a product that we absolutely love using.

Plantar Plate Taping- How to cut guide.

Plantar Plate Taping- How to apply guide.

The resources available on YouTube for Rocktape are also worth checking out. Have fun, be creative and keep on moving.

Time to head to Middlemore

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Yes- you heard right. Me, myself and I- Miss Treena Harris- is headed to Middlemore Hospital. I haven’t been able to confirm it until now as my placement was very late notice but joyfully accepted. But remember this- it is only a loan. I will be coming back to Southern Podiatry.



Well- it is time. You may recall that I am a Registered Nurse as well as a Podiatrist. In order to keep our qualifications and receive an annual license to work within our profession of choice (also known as practicing certificates), you need to complete time in each profession.

What else do I need to let you know? Well…….. Read More

Otago Rail Trail in all its glory.

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Get on your bike and hit the road.

This is by far the best way to see the countryside and experience NZ. We were fortunate to use the services of a fabulous bicycle tour company called Cycle Surgery.


We decided to ride in costume. Think fitness guru from the 80’s Richard Simmons and twist it with a dash of “Absolutely Fabulous”. Knee high socks, sweat bands, oversized glasses, a Hawaiian leis and a headband with pigtails and a bow- what a treat!

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