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Barry Matthews Podiatrist

Hi, I'm Barry Matthews, the owner and clinical podiatrist at Inform Podiatry.

I will listen while you explain your foot problem and together we will develop your individualised treatment plan.

We will discuss your foot problem using terms and examples that make sense to you.

With more than 30 years experience treating an extensive range of foot problems, let me help you with yours.

Book your appointment at Inform Podiatry to receive up to date, evidence-based advice and treatment for your foot problem today.

Do you know someone with a foot problem? Refer them to Inform Podiatry so I can help.

COVID-19 Update

If you meet ANY of the following criteria call Inform Podiatry on 1300 602 674 before attending the clinic:

  1. Travelled from a COVID-19 hot spot in the previous 14 days

  2. Close or casual contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19 in the previous 14 days

  3. Fever

  4. Shortness of breath or cough with or without fever


Inform Podiatry implemented the following changes in 2020 to help protect anyone attending the clinic from COVID-19 transmission:

  1. additional time between consults to reduce overlap between patients

  2. regular cleaning of high touch areas (doors, benches, chairs etc)

  3. limited seating in waiting area (four seats reduced to two) spaced 1.5m apart

  4. chairs replaced with easy to wipe chairs

  5. removed multi-touch objects (magazines and children's toys)

  6. hand sanitiser gel available in the waiting room

  7. masks available if you would prefer to wear a mask (currently there are no mandated requirements for mask wearing within Podiatry clinics by Queensland Health)  


Inform Podiatry will be continuing with these changes for the foreseeable future.

Friday 7 May

I had my first free AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine with minimal side effects. If you are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, I would strongly encourage you to have it. You will be helping yourself, your close and casual contacts and vulnerable community members by reducing the impact of COVID-19 when a community outbreak occurs.