Mint Foot Care is a podiatry clinic with a luxurious twist.

Mint Foot Care Podiatry Clinic was first established in 2014 by Wynnum local and accredited podiatrist, Katrina Taylor. Recognising that quality foot care is not only essential but can also be highly enjoyable and relaxing was the concept behind Mint Foot Care.

Katrina’s mission was to give patients a unique foot care experience by offering a broad spectrum of comprehensive services in a luxurious clinic that broke away from the traditional sterile environment of private practice.

The word “Mint” formed an integral part of the business name due to its meaning of “in perfect condition” as well as the mint herb’s healing and therapeutic properties. All foot care products used in our treatments from the foot creams to foot soaks, scrubs and paraffin wax are synonymous with the Mint Foot Care name, all containing mint and peppermint essential oils.

At Mint Foot Care we use the latest podiatry treatments, assessment techniques and equipment including the use of specialised insoles (orthotics) to achieve the best treatment outcomes for our patients.

Call us to make an appointment or book online now.

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