Beth Fechner | The Foot Alignment Clinic

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Beth Fechner
0295163547

Podiatrist
Foot Alignment Clinic
Leichhardt, Marrickville

Originally from Melbourne, Podiatrist Beth Fechner completed her studies at La Trobe University in 2008. She studied Podiatry to help people with pain and keep them active. Beth has worked in Hobart and Sydney, mostly in private practice. She spent 2 years at the Royal Hobart Hospital working with “high-risk feet” – people at risk of ulcers or amputation. Beth has experience working with people of all activity levels, from pre-schoolers to 90+ year olds.


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Corn Removal and General Podiatry

Introduction to Beth Fechner, Podiatrist Sydney

Beth Fechner is a podiatrist at The Foot Alignment Clinic, Marrickville and Leichhardt clinics in Sydney.

If you need a Podiatrist in Sydney, and you have sore feet from winter sports or you are warming up for the running season, you may encounter some common foot problems that can be addressed in a general podiatry treatment:

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Beth Fechner (Podiatrist Leichhardt and Marrickville Clinics) has created a list of tips and exercises to help keep your feet happy in the office.

(1) Wear runners or walking shoes for your commute

(2) Don’t sit for too long! Try to get up at least once an hour for a glass of water, collecting paper from the printer, a toilet break etc

(3) Exercise your feet & legs at the desk: pump your feet up and down to encourage blood to flow back up to your heart train your intrinsic foot muscles by spreading your toes up and apart, then place your feet on the ground & either picking up a pencil or hand towel/t-shirt with your toes.

If you have arch or heel pain, keep a spiky massage ball or mini-roller under your desk to massage the muscles and ligaments under your arch.

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