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Innes Graham

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Innes Graham BSc (Hons) Podiatry

Innes immigrated to New Zealand in 2003 from Glasgow Scotland. He spent his first two years in Rotorua where he worked at Queen Elizabeth Hospital treating patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis and other chronic pain conditions. In 2005 he joined the Foot Mechanics team as a Senior Podiatrist, working at Anglesea Sports Medicine. During this time his passion for sports medicine saw him work with many elite athletes including Waikato NPC and Chiefs Super 14 rugby players. An opportunity saw Innes move to Palmerston North in 2007 to open a new Foot Mechanics clinic focusing on Musculoskeletal injuries. The clinic quickly became a preferred provider for the New Zealand Defense Force seeing soldiers on a daily basis. Now back in Rotorua for good, Innes is the first owner of a Foot Mechanics Franchised clinic. When not at work you’ll find Innes running and cycling in the Redwoods, surfing in the summer and snowboarding in the winter.


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Welcome

Thank you for choosing to see a Foot Mechanics Podiatrist. We have prepared this information to make you feel welcome at our clinic. Firstly we want you to know that your feet are in good hands. Podiatrists are registered health professionals and are the experts in lower limb health. You should feel free to ask questions at any stage during your visit to see us, we are here to help you.

A consultation with a Foot Mechanics Podiatrist will always start with a discussion with you. In medical terms we call this history taking and this helps them understand the background and context to the problem you want help with. Once they understand what you want help with, the Podiatrist will do an assessment. The assessment enables the Podiatrist to understand the medical background to your problem. The Podiatrist will then explain the findings to you, and you are welcome to ask any questions so that you understand.

The Podiatrist will explain the treatment plan to you and in most cases, treatment can start today. Again, ask any question you may have. Thanks again, and we look forward to helping you.