Paediatrics

As children’s feet are still forming they are quite fragile and easily damaged by shoes and socks that are too small. Uneven shoe wear, pain in the feet and legs or frequent tripping and falling are signs of potential problems. Early examination of your child’s feet is a good preventative measure of future foot problems.…

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Sports Podiatry

Ankle sprains Foot and ankle pain Knee pain/ patellofemoral pain Heel pain (spurs) Arch pain/plantar fasciosis Shin Splints Stress Fractures Bursitis Achilles tendonitis Tendinopathies Metatarsalgia/Morton’s Neuromas Ingrown toenails or damaged nails Flat/Pronated feet High arched/Supinated feet Hip and lower back pain Referred pain Ingrown toenails or nail damage/bruising Skin conditions: dry cracked skin, corns, callouses,…

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Chronic Conditions

Correct nail care and treatment of any corns, callouses or pressure areas by a professional are thus of great importance. Conditions which may affect your feet include; Nail conditions: fungal nails, thick, brittle and hard to manage nails, ingrown toenails (both conservative and surgical treatment options are available) Skin conditions: dry cracked skin, corns, callouses,…

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General Foot Care

Nail conditions: fungal nails, thick, brittle and hard to manage nails, ingrown toenails (both conservative and surgical treatment options are available) Skin conditions: dry cracked skin, corns, callouses, verrucae (warts),fungal infections, blisters & rashes. Foot, ankle and lower back pain: including management of stress fractures, heel pain (spurs), arch pain, shin splints and sports or work related injuries…

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