Wax Bath2020-07-03T05:32:36+10:00

Project Description

Wax Bath

wax bath

Do you have arthritis pain or cold feet that hurt during winter due to the cold?

Have you previously tried reducing the pain but gave up?

Step Relief Podiatry can help!


A wax bath treatment uses warm oil-based wax to provide pain relief to hands, feet and sore joints and muscles. This treatment has skin-softening benefits as well.


A wax bath treatment soothes chronic joint pain and relaxes stiff muscles and improves blood flow to the treated area, as noted by the manufacturer. It increases range of motion for people with arthritis, bursitis and other chronic conditions that cause pain and stiffness. These treatments also smooth and soften dry, chapped, rough and scaly skin and increases blood circulation in cold feet. It can be helpful for chronic skin disorders such as eczema and psoriasis.

How it works:

Wax bath treatment is a form of deep heat therapy. Liquified paraffin wax is very efficient at absorbing and retaining heat.

The heat increases circulation and relieves pain and stiffness. To aid in skin softening, paraffin wax increases blood supply to the skin, while also opening pores and trapping moisture from underlying layers of skin.

So if you have Chilblains or Raynaud’s Phenomenon, Book now at step relief Podiatry and we will help reduce your pain/symptoms.


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What are the Payment Options available?2020-03-23T01:54:17+10:00

We request that you pay the amount during the time of the consultation. We accept cash, cheques, or credit cards and have EFTPOS and HICAPS facilities, in which we can also accept Australian health funds and health care providers.

Is a referral necessary?2020-03-23T01:52:02+10:00

– If you are on an Enhanced Primary Care (EPC), you will need to bring a written referral from your General Practitioner (GP).

– If you are a private patient, then you do not need a referral.

Do you accept Medicare Payment?2020-03-23T01:52:59+10:00

All patients with chronic conditions are eligible for Medicare rebates for standard podiatry visits through the Medicare system. You will need to see your General Practitioner and ask for an Enhanced Primary Care (EPC) referral.