About Ari


Ari Nimorakiotakis

Ari Nimorakiotakis graduated from La Trobe University Bundoora with a Bachelor of Podiatry at the end of 1995.

Ari is a state registered podiatrist with the Podiatrists Registration board of Victoria, and has extensive expertise gained from working in diverse settings, such as private practices, community health facilities and acute hospital departments.

Ari is highly motivated and enjoys all facets of podiatry. He lists his main interests as paediatrics, sports podiatry and diabetes. Ari is also a member of the Australian Podiatry Association.

Ari Nimorakiotakis Podiatrist
The conditions we treat:

  • Athlete's Foot (Tinea) - This can occur in the nails or on the skin.
  • Plantar Warts (Verrucae) - Typically underneath, occasionally on the top of the foot.
  • Sweaty Feet (Hyperhidrosis) - Troublesome and irritating. Can lead to poor foot health.
  • Dry Feet (Anhidrosis) - Results in infection and cracking.
  • Crooked Toes - These can worsen in time and become rigid.
  • Diabetes - Can cause nerve damage, slow healing, poor circulation and infection.
  • Nails - Ingrown nails, distorted and thick nails, nail infections and nail damage.
  • Calluses and Corns - On and between the toes, or on the soles of the feet.
  • Bruising and Cuts - Results in nail damage and infections.

  • Arch Pain - Usually near the heel, can occur at other points in the arch.
  • Footwear Difficulties - All feet have their own set of individual shoe requirements.
  • Sporting Footwear - Sporting injuries and pain are often caused by inappropriate footwear.
  • Heel Pain – Plantar fasciitis, Heel spurs, and inadequate shock absorption are common causes.
  • Leg Pain - 'Shin splints' and 'leg aches' - almost always caused by unstable or unsupported feet.
  • Knee Pain - Worsened or caused by unbalanced forces originating at the feet
  • Back pain - Usually lower back pain which worsens with walking or occurs at the end of the day
  • Children - Ensure your child's future foot health. Many problems are developmental and preventable.
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Ingrown Toe Nails

An ingrown toe nail can be extremely painful and can restrict your life-style.

Ingrown Toe Nails can develop for a number of reasons including:

Poor cutting technique resulting in a spike or ragged edge remaining
Damage or trauma to the nail resulting in regrowth malformation
Infection secondary to trauma or nail plate deformity
Inherited nail shape where the nail is too wide or deep for the toe
At Equilibria Podiatry we can provide a simple, effective and permanent solution for your painful ingrown toe nail.

Treatment can range from gentle removal of a painful nail spike, regular appointments for routine care or permanent correction of the nail by reducing the overall width from one or 2 sides. If permanent correction of the nail width is required the procedure is performed under local anaesthetic in the clinic where the painful edge is removed and the nail root is cauterised. Typically there is minimal or no pain and bleeding afterwards.
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Heel Pain

The plantar fascia is a broad band of fibrous tissue located along the bottom surface of the foot that runs from the heel to the forefoot. Excessive stretching of the plantar fascia, usually due to over-pronation (flat feet), an excessively high arch, or increased body weight, causes inflammation and pain in either the heel and/or mid arch.

Symptoms are usually more prevalent in the morning or after prolonged rest. If left untreated and strain on the arch continues, a bony protrusion may develop, known as a heel spur.

You don’t have to suffer any longer, call us today and let us help you!
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Warts are often mistaken for other conditions such as corns or calluses, but a wart is actually a viral infection which has invaded the skin.

Children, especially teenagers, tend to be more susceptible to warts than adults while some people seem to be immune.

Treatment options for warts in the past have been burning with acid preparations, freezing with liquid nitrogen and surgical removal.

Depending upon the size of the wart and its location all past treatments have had their limitations and varying degrees of success.
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Orthoses are in-shoe devices, custom made to your foot to comfortably align and improve function.

We provide a comprehensive range of sizes, from very soft supportive devices through to more rigid (usually very comfortable) functional devices to control and improve the mechanics of the foot. These orthotic devices improve symptoms and reduce damage occurring to the feet.

We have an onsite orthotic laboratory so further updates and changes to your orthotic can be made as your needs and biomechanical needs change.