• Heel Pain

    Heel Pain

    A possible cause of heel pain is a heel spur, a bony growth under the heel bone. There are no visible features on the heel, but a deep painful spot can be found in or around the middle of the sole of the heel.

  • Shockwave Therapy

    Shockwave Therapy

    During treatment the high energy radial waves interact with Substance P (a brain chemical that stimulates pain receptors in the body) and other tissues which leads to a cascade of beneficial effects.

  • Shin Pain

    Shin Pain

    Shin pain is usually a result of a condition called medial tibial stress syndrome. More commonly know and referred to as shin splints.

  • Kids Feet

    Kids Feet

    Children begin to walk anywhere between eight and 18 months of age. For the first two years, your child’s feet will seem to have fallen arches.

  • Diabetes

    Diabetes

    Your feet are supplied with blood to keep them healthy. They also have a multitude of nerves that act as an emergency warning system. For example, if you have a stone in your shoe, nerves will send a message to your brain to investigate.

  • Toenail Problems

    Toenail Problems

    Toenail problems occur in people of all ages. Problems include ingrown toenail, fungal infection and nail deformities. Professional care from your podiatrist can improve the health of your toenails.

  • Common Issues

    Common Issues

    Our feet play an important role in getting us around. Sometimes, pressure placed on the foot becomes out of balance and extra friction falls on particular areas of the foot.

  • Warts

    Warts

    Warts are the result of a viral infection. There are several different types which can look different depending on where they occur on the body. On the feet they may appear as flat multiple lesions or consist simply of a single large lesion.

  • Chillblains

    Chillblains

    Chilblains are an abnormal vascular reaction to cold. In cold conditions small arteries and veins narrow to conserve heat which is a normal response to low temperatures.

  • Numbness & Tingling

    Numbness & Tingling

    Diabetes can affect your feet by damaging nerves in the legs and feet. This condition is called peripheral sensory neuropathy, or diabetic neuropathy.

  • Footwear

    Footwear

    It is important that shoes fit your feet correctly. The most frequent mistake we make is buying shoes that are too narrow or short for our feet.

  • Orthotics

    Orthotics

    Your feet are like wheels on a car, if they are out of alignment they can lead to wear and tear on other parts of your body.