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Dr. DEVIN Nugraha

Bsc (H.Biol Pre-Clin), BPodM


OAK Podiatry Clinic

Consult Hours: Mondays 9am - 1pm, and Thursdays 3pm - 8pm


Coomon Foot Problems


  • Toenails that are difficult to cut (Thickened, ingrown, deformed, fungal infection)

  • Heel and arch pain

  • Arthritis

  • Bunions

  • Morton's Neuroma



  • Ankle Sprains

  • Achilles Tendonitis

  • Shin Splints

  • Leg Cramps



  • Neurovascular Assessment

  • Diabetes Education

  • Footwear Advice



  • In-toeing/out-toeing

  • Toe Walking

  • Growing Pain

  • Flat Feet


Treatment Provided

  • Acupuncture/Dry Needling

  • Foot Mobilisation Techniques

  • Strain-Counterstrain/Jones Point Therapy

  • Orthoses (Semi or Fully Customised)



  • Dry Needlings or Acupuncture may be used as an adjunct to normal podiatry treatment or as an effective way to help many foot and lower leg problem. It is particularly useful for resolving pain from musculoskeletal and neurological conditions relating to the lower limb.


  • Foot Mobilisation Techniques are helpful for the correction of joint movement, quality and range. They are particularly useful for generalised achy or stiff feet and legs. Foot mobilisation techniques are also beneficial for chronic problems.


  • Strain-Counterstrain & Jones Point Therapy is a gentle and quick hands on therapy that identifies tender points within fascia which cause dysfunction and pain. The great thing about this treatment is that it only takes 90 secs to relieve the pain of a specific point.  This tectnigue is used to treat structural dysfunctions of the pelvis, knee, ankle, and foot.


  • Semi customised orthotics are made to a standard arch height and to a standard degree of correction. The device is made according to the size of your feet.


  • Fully customised orthotics are made to a specified degree of correction and support, which is determined by the podiatrist to gain the most effective results. A plaster mould is taken of your feet and sent off to a laboratory which uses the cast to create the orthotic shell.


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