Podiatrists specialise in the diagnosis and treatment of the lower limb, foot and ankle. We closely analyse the complex foot structures and mechanics to determine the best way to manage your pain or injury.
• Run technique analysis and training
• Custom and pre-made foot orthoses
• Foot Mobilisation Therapy
• Western Dry Needling
• Footwear prescription and modification
• Exercise rehabilitation
• Heel pain and arch pain (Plantar Fasciitis)
• Achilles Tendinopathy
• Shin pain
• Ankle pain
• Toe pain
• Ball of foot pain
Kids’ feet are growing feet, as they are not fully formed until their mid-teens. This is why kids’ feet need to be assessed and managed in a different way to adults. Our Kids Foot Health consult is designed specifically for kids and their active growing feet in a relaxed enjoyable atmosphere. We use the Gallop Assessment Tool developed for paediatric lower limb assessment which helps in our diagnosis and tailored management plan.
Common kids feet issues we manage include:
• Severs (heel pain)
• Osgood-Shclatters and knee pain
• Shin pain
• Ankle pain
• Toe walking and in-toe walking
If you ride, you know that comfort is a premium when you are on the bike for hours at a time if you’re on the road or trail. As cyclists ourselves, we understand how important feeling comfortable on the bike is.
If the foot is not comfortable or not working efficiently, your ride enjoyment and potentially performance can suffer. Our focus is the foot and lower limb and how it relates to your biomechanics, cleats and your bike. We work closely with local bike fitters to ensure your foot comfort and performance is at its optimum.
Common issues we manage:
• Hot foot
• Numb feet and toes
• Uncomfortable cleats
• Knee pain and patella tracking
How we can help:
• Cleat placement adjustment and shoe recommendation
• Biomechanical assessment on and off the bike
• Use of Cobra9 cycling orthoses to improve foot comfort and performance
• Lower limb exercise therapies
Podiatrists are experts in the management of skin and nail concerns of the feet. This may include the treatment and management of:
• Ingrown nails
• Corns and callus
• Skin infections
• Diabetic and Rheumatology assessments and education.
Painful ingrown toe nails are common foot pathology. They can be very painful but treating them can be surprisingly easy to manage. In some cases, a Partial Nail Avulsion may need to be performed to remove a small section of the nail which is causing the problem. This is done under Local Anesthetic and can be conducted by the Podiatrist in the clinic. If you are suffering from a painful ingrown nail, book an appointment with our Podiatrist today.