Why book A consultation?
While many people can achieve great results on their own through using our tools and training systems, there are cases where individualised assessment and guidance is needed to really understand and resolve the root cause of an issue.
Online consultations provide an opportunity to gain clarity on your limitations and goals, properly assess your function and target the key movement and lifestyle changes you can make to improve your condition.
Our founder and Head Physiotherapist James will guide you through a process that empowers you to take control of your own health from the ground-up and resolve common conditions such as:
✔ Foot pain & dysfunction
(eg. plantar fasciitis & bunions)
✔ Ankle & knee injuries
(eg. achilles/patella tendinitis)
✔ Lower-body immobility (weakness & stiffness)
To help us understand more about your situation and to make sure we are the right people to helpTo make some initial recommendations for resources/tools/other practitioners that may be helpfulTo create a plan for the next best stepsFree of charge - you can book in for this here and fill out the form here
✔ An in-depth exploration of your history, current situation and goals
✔ A thorough assessment to identify all potential contributing factors and some key outcome measures
✔A detailed plan for you to implement at home (including targeted movement training and habit/lifestyle changes) with strategies to address potential barriers
Cost (health fund rebatable):
- 60 minutes = $200
- 90 minutes = $250 (health fund rebatable)
✔ Review progress and reassess key movements to ensure we’re on the right track
✔ Identify any sticking points and strategies to overcome them
Cost (health fund rebateable): $150
I’ve spent most of my physiotherapy career in musculoskeletal private practice as well as chronic pain rehabilitation programs and residential aged care. This range of experience showed me the results of our modern lifestyles, footwear and movement habits and has given me a major passion for helping people resolve and prevent these often debilitating conditions.
I started The Foot Collective Australia in 2018 because I saw the need for a shift in the culture around feet and realised the potential in helping people to take more control of their own movement health through simple physical tools and online training. I’ve been amazed at just how well this can work for so many people but of course there are always cases where someone needs more personal attention.
I personally love the process of helping someone better understand their body and guiding them towards empowering habits and practices that allow them to consistently and sustainably improve their pain and function.