John Charles

/ Podiatrist


Profile

/About

John is a podiatrist who is committed to understanding your feet and helping you get the best out of them. John’s care focuses on 3 fundamentals:
• Footwear - assessing and providing footwear and insole solutions to suit your feet
• Foot Care - providing a range of foot therapies to keep your feet looking and feeling great
• Foot Function - providing detailed assessment to understand your foot function and how it relates to the rest of your body

John has a particular interest in sports podiatry and injury management. He is a member of the Australian Association of Podiatric Sports Medicine. John is a passionate high level runner and has completed the Melbourne and London Marathons and the Challenge Shepparton 1/2 Ironman Triathlon. John is constantly innovating his practice and looks forward to working with you to achieve your goals.

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Articles by John Charles

I’ve been seeing a few ‘gouty’ problems in the feet recently so thought it would be a good time to blog about it! There are thousands of online fact sheets on gout so to be different (and interesting) I’ll write this as a Q & A, answering the things I most commonly get asked as … Continued

John Charles

/ Podiatrist

No doubt you’ve experienced the discomfort of a blister? I often get asked about the best strategies to prevent and manage blisters when running so I thought i’d update an article I put together last year. Enjoy! Blisters on the feet can be a painful problem, particularly for those running or participating in other sports. … Continued

John Charles

/ Podiatrist

I’m sure you’ve all probably experienced some form of muscle tightness before, during or after running. Often this can be felt as a knot or lump in the muscle with associated pain or tightness. Just have a feel of your calf muscles and I’m sure you will be able to find a sore spot or … Continued

John Charles

/ Podiatrist