Mobilisation

This form of manual therapy is aimed at improving foot and leg function and alleviate any pain you may be experiencing in these areas.   Normal function can be restored by freeing up stiff, poorly aligned or dysfunctional joints by using specific mobilisation techniques in conjunction with exercise programs and footwear assessments/modification as prescribed by your podiatrist.

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Nail Surgery

Sometimes conservative care is not enough when dealing with persistent ingrowing toenails, particularly if they keep becoming infected thereby affecting normal activity. Our Podiatrists can assess whether this procedure is required and a Doctor’s referral is not necessary. Partial or total removal of the nail is performed under local anaesthesia within the comfort and convenience…

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Rehabilitation

If you have recently had a foot or ankle injury or undergone surgery of the lower limb, it is essential to rehabilitate properly to minimize future problems and the incidence of osteoarthritis in the affected joint. Rehabilitation aims at restoring and enhancing the functional ability of joints and associated soft tissue structures such as muscles,…

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Trigger Point, Acupucture & Dry needling

‘Trigger points’ are hyper-irritable spots within muscles of myofascia (dense, tough tissue covering muscles and bone) that are painful on palpation and refer pain.  Muscles which contain trigger points are also not able to function to their full capacity and thereby affect mobility and the way you walk or run.  By using techniques such as…

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