GMC TREATMENTS

Plasma Pen

Plasma Pen Fibroblasting for wrinkles, sagging, and scars.

Hair regrowth with Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)

Using PRP to stimulate hair regrowth for safe and efficient results.

AccuTite, FaceTite and BodyTite

Approaching skin tightening from the inside and out.

Ultra Sound Guided Injectable Therapy

Ultra sound guided injections can be beneficial for the therapeutic treatment of a variety of podiatric problems.

Nail/Ingrown Nail Surgery

Don't put up with nail pain and infection, let us help you relieve the struggles

Bunion Surgery

Surgical and non-surgical procedures for the treatment of bunions

Hammer Toe

We treat Hammertoes either (non-surgically) or surgically

Metabolic Balance Programme

We consult with you to discuss the programme, and provide the framework and services to ensure your success

IV Wellness Infusions

Energise your body from the inside out with a nutrient infusion

HCG Diet

Effective weight loss using the HCG hormone

Pearly Penis Papules

We treat Safe and effective removal of pearly penis papules using an Erbium YAG laser

Lichen Sclerosus treatment

We use PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) to treat lichen sclerosus

Female OMG shot

PRP therapy to increase sensitivity of the female anatomy

Male Performance Shot

Increase sensitivity and function of the penis using your own blood-derived plasma

EVA for females

EVA by gentle radio frequency

Mole and skin tag removal

Removing your moles and skin tags quickly and effectively

Hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating)

Relieve excessive sweating caused by stress, hormones or heat

Hair regrowth

Stimulate hair growth for a thicker, fuller head of hair

Scelerotherapy

remove leg veins without surgery

Lipolysis

Dissolve areas of fat without liposuction

Thread lifting

Reduce facial sagging without surgery and with minimal downtime

Liposuction

remove unwanted fat, permanently

Lipoma removal

Removal of small lumps of fat under the skin

‍Lower eyelid Blepharoplasty and fat pad removal (eye bags)

Lower eyelid correction

Suture otoplasty

Non surgical procedure for correcting protruding ears with immediate results

Sun cancer removal

Options to remove and treat skin cancers and sun damage

PRP (platelet rich plasma)

Repair and rejuvenate your skin

Weekend laser peel

Skip the downtime with a weekend laser peel

Laser resurfacing

Eliminate deep wrinkles and lines with a single treatment

Chemical peels

Freshen your complexion

Micro-Dermabrasion

Stimulate your skin with a power peel

Morpheus8 - Radio frequency (RF) needling

Treat loose skin, fine lines, and acne scarring.

Non-surgical rhinoplasty

Straighten or smooth the shape of your nose

Cosmetic Foot Surgery

Are cosmetic imperfections stopping you from showing off your feet?

Laser hair removal

Expert hair removal with a range of laser options

Meso-therapy & beauty boosters

Soften and smooth skin and increase elasticity

Radio-frequency (RF) skin tightening - Forma

Tighter skin for your face and neck

PRP for scarring

Use your own tissue to rejuvenate your skin

Tear troughs

Stop looking tired or run down by fillling in the bags and dark circles under your eyes

Upper blepharoplasty

Remove hooded eyelids permanently

Threadlift

Reduce sagging skin with a thread lift

Anti-wrinkle injectables

Prevent wrinkles through muscle relaxant injectables

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Bunions can be treated both conservatively (non-surgically) and surgically.

What is a Bunion?

A bunion is a structural deformity of the big toe joint. The medical term is Hallux AbductoValgus- where the Hallux (big toe) Abducts (moves towards the lesser toes and moves into a Valgus position (rotates). It appears as if there is a bump growing out of the foot at the big toe joint, but it is actually the metatarsal head subluxating or dislocating. The big toe drifts of towards the lesser toes in response to this and can cause the lesser toes to elevate, buckle or hammer as a result. A bunion is often painful as well as cosmetically displeasing and is a progressive deformity.

What can happen if it is left untreated?

If a bunion deformity is left untreated the bump (medial eminence) continues to enlarge as the joint continues to sublux, the big toe continues to drift towards the other toes and often will cause secondary hammering of the lesser toes firstly affecting the second toe along, then the third, fourth and fifth. The longer the joint is maltracking the more likely it is that the joint will degenerate. This degeneration is the wear and tear we commonly know as arthritis or osteoarthritis. Once the joint starts to degenerate other effects like joint swelling and pain are more likely to progress and become more debilitating as well.

How do you treat a bunion?

Bunions can be treated both conservatively (non-surgically) and surgically. Conservative options include padding, cushioning, splinting, joint injections, accommodating with footwear and even orthoses if secondary to foot mechanics. None of these treatments will straighten the toe, but they can be effective in controlling symptoms, and sometimes slowing the progression. Surgical options may sometimes include reshaping the “bump” but generally speaking the joint needs to be realigned, so it involves cutting the metatarsal bone and rotating it back into the foot and pinning it into place.

What happens during Bunion surgery?

Bunion surgery is performed as day surgery under local anaesthetic, sedation or general anaesthetic depending on the extent of the deformity and patient preference. The “bump” will be reduced but more importantly the joint will be realigned so that it can track properly again instead of wearing unevenly. There is often soft tissue involvement and tendons and capsular changes that are contributing need to be addressed at the same time to minimise the chance of recurrence. Any hammertoes can be addressed at the same time if they exist.

What to expect after surgery?

You are able to go home on the day of surgery as it is day surgery. You will be expected to keep your foot elevated for the first two weeks, although you will be able to walk in a protected capacity with a surgical shoe and crutches to assist you. After two weeks you can generally start returning to trainer style footwear for the next 2-6 weeks as you start to return to normal activity levels. By two months you should be walking normally, and by three months there should be no limitations on your activity levels.

Disclaimer: Individual results may vary. Surgery and all health regulated services may carry some risks which you can discuss with our doctor.


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Disclaimer: Individual results may vary. Surgery and all health regulated services may carry some risks which you can discuss with our doctor.

How much does this treatment cost?

Starting at $2400 but will depend on the complexity.


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Most concerns have more than one course of treatment. Feel free to contact us so one of our team can discuss options for your unique concern.

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