Flat Feet/Pronation

Pronation is part of normal foot function during gait. It is the inward rolling of the foot that lowers the arch to the ground thus absorbing shock and accommodating irregularities in ground surfaces. Some feet ‘over-pronate’, which means they pronate too much or too rapidly, resulting in abnormal alignment of the foot and lower limb…

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Foot, Ankle, Knee, Lower Limb & Back Pain

Pain in these areas is due to either joint, muscle or myofascial problems. Alignment of the lower limb is very important in maximising optimal, pain free function. At Wanneroo Podiatry Surgery we will assess your biomechanical alignment, muscle and joint function and then work out a treatment plan to suit your needs. This may involve…

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Heel Pain/Spurs

Are you suffering from Foot or Heel Pain? Inflammatory types of pain felt in and/or around the heel, which may affect one or both feet can be caused by a range of different issues. The pain is often burning, throbbing or stabbing in nature and may extend into the arch of the foot and seem…

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