Brisbane and Gold Coast Podiatric Surgeon

Welcome to Podiatric Surgery Brisbane and Gold Coast

What is Podiatric Surgery?

Podiatric Surgery is a field of podiatry that specialises in the complex management of the foot and ankle.

A Podiatric Surgeon will treat a range of conditions which include:

  • Bunions
  • Hammertoes
  • Flat Feet Deformity
  • Bone Spurs
  • Heel Pain
  • Morton’s Neuroma
  • Ganglion Cysts
  • Ingrown Toe Nails
  • Plantar Warts
  • Trauma-Related Injuries. Including Fractures, Dislocations, and Post Traumatic Arthritis

Podiatric surgeons complete extensive medical and surgical training and are registered as specialists under AHPRA (Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency).

A GP referral is welcome however it not essential for an appointment.

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Dr. Kim and the team at Brisbane and Gold Coast Foot Surgery are dedicated to working with you to accomplish the best possible outcomes for your foot health, mobility and quality of life.

    • Bunion & Bunionette

      Bunion & Bunionette

      Bunions will not just go away on their own, but this does not mean that your lifestyle has to be affected.

    • Flat Feet

      Flat Feet

      There is a treatment that is minimally invasive and affordable so you no longer have to feel like your entire life is being controlled by flat feet.

    • Soft Tissue Mass (e.g Ganglion Cyst)

      Soft Tissue Mass (e.g Ganglion Cyst)

      Usually simple wear and tear on a particular tendon or joint is the cause of a ganglion.

    • Hallux – Rigidus & Cartiva Surgery

      Hallux – Rigidus & Cartiva Surgery

      Hallux Rigidus may develop due to big toe joint overuse – for instance, workers who have to squat and stoop or athletes who put too much pressure on their joints.

    • Hammertoe


      Very common in adults who will experience pain or irritation when wearing shoes, corns or calluses on the toe, a burning sensation and in more severe cases ulcerations.

    • Morton’s Neuroma

      Morton’s Neuroma

      It can feel like a small knob and when pressed produces a shooting pain, numbness and tingling between the toes and in the ball of the foot. There is a treatment that will allow you to stay active all day, enjoy sports and dancing again.

    • Plantar Fasciitis

      Plantar Fasciitis

      If you are experiencing pain that is worse first thing in the morning or after you have been standing for long periods of time then you may have Plantar Fasciitis. Get back your lifestyle today.

    • Corns and Calluses

      Corns and Calluses

      Are you experiencing pain when walking? Does it feel like you have a rock in your shoe when you walk? You may have a corn or callus.

    • Minimally Invasive Keyhole Foot Surgery (MIS)

      Minimally Invasive Keyhole Foot Surgery (MIS)

      Minimally invasive (keyhole) foot surgery, does not involve a long incision, it results in less trauma to the muscles and soft tissue surrounding the foot. In most cases, this results in less pain after foot surgery and a faster recovery.

From The Blog

    • JULY 3, 2019


    Freiberg’s disease can become a debilitating condition. If not treated properly, arthritic changes can occur at a young age. Freiberg’s disease is osteochondrosis (Avascular necrosis) of the metatarsal head that most often occurs in the second metatarsal head although it can happen to any metatarsal heads. It commonly presents in adolescence, with a 5:1 female:

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    • APRIL 4, 2019


    The plantar plate is a deep fibrocartilaginous structure which originates from metatarsal heads and attaches to the proximal phalanx through the joint capsule within the forefoot Functions of the plantar plate Stabilize the metatarsophalangeal joint Assist in the windlass mechanism due to its attachment to the plantar fascia Resist hyperextension of the metatarsophalangeal joint and

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