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Brisbane and Gold Coast Podiatric Surgeon
    • Ingrown Toenails

      Ingrown Toenails

      Don’t wait for that ingrown toenail to become infected and painful.
      Don’t suffer any longer from recurring or chronic ingrown toenails, there is a cure!

    • Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS) Keyhole

      Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS) Keyhole

      MIS foot surgery doesn’t involve a long incision. It results in less trauma to muscles & soft tissue surrounding the foot & in most cases less pain & faster recovery.

    • Bunion


      Do you have a bony, painful bump at the base of your big toe? Bunions can form at this joint and will not go away on their own. This doesn’t mean that your lifestyle has to be affected, we can help.

    • Plantar Warts

      Plantar Warts

      Most plantar warts usually go away without treatment. If you are concerned, book a consultation with Dr Kim.

    • 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.

    • Hammertoe


      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.

    • Ganglion Cyst (skin lesions)

      Ganglion Cyst (skin lesions)

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

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • Hallux Limitus/Rigidus (Cartiva)

      Hallux Limitus/Rigidus (Cartiva)

      This may develop due to big toe joint overuse in workers who squat & stoop, or athletes who put too much pressure on the joints.

    • Syndactyly (Webbed Toes)

      Syndactyly (Webbed Toes)

      Some individuals are self-conscious and go to great lengths to hide their webbed toes.

    • Toe Shortening

      Toe Shortening

      Is your long toe painful and becoming problematic when wearing closed in shoes? We may be able to help.

    • Freiberg’s Disease

      Freiberg’s Disease

      Physical stress causes multiple tiny fractures which then impairs blood flow to the metatarsal head.

    • Brachymetatarsia


      Brachymetatarsia is a condition where one of the bones in the foot (metatarsal bone) is shorter than the others, causing a shortened toe.

    • Tailor’s Bunion

      Tailor’s Bunion

      Do you have swelling and a visible bump at the bottom of your little toe? It may be a Tailor’s Bunion.