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Common Complaints

General Foot Advice

General Foot Advice

General Foot Care It's never too late to start caring for your feet. If you don't have a particular concern but you want to improve the appearance of your feet or get some advice about foot care we can help. Bo...
Verrucae (plantar warts)

Verrucae (plantar warts)

Verrucae (plantar warts) Verrucae are warts that can appear anywhere on the hands and feet. They're caused by a virus that infects the upper layers of the skin and are very contagious. Verrucae can all look ver...
Ingrown toenails (nail surgery)

Ingrown toenails (nail surgery)

Ingrown toenails (nail surgery) An ingrown toenail occurs when the side of the nail pierces the skin causing it to become inflamed, painful and swollen. The big toe is most commonly affected and young children,...
Orthotics/Insoles

Orthotics/Insoles

Orthotics/Insoles If you've had a biomechanical assessment that alerts us to postural problems affecting your feet, or if you're suffering from heel pain, we can prescribe orthotics. Orthotics are insoles that...
Biomechanics

Biomechanics

Biomechanics Biomechanics is an area of podiatry concerned with the movement of the body and it can be used to diagnose and treat pain and discomfort from the back down to the toes. Biomechanics is for everyone...
Heel Pain

Heel Pain

Heel Pain Heel pain is a general term used to describe pain and discomfort experienced anywhere in or around the rear of the foot. There are many different causes of heel pain and the most common is referred to...
Diabetes

Diabetes

Diabetes Even though most of us are likely to have some sort of problem with our feet, people with diabetes are potentially at greater risk of developing serious foot problems. This is because people with diabe...
Athletes Foot (tinea)

Athletes Foot (tinea)

Athletes Foot (tinea) Athletes foot is a contagious fungal infection of the skin and up to 70% of us will suffer from it at some point in our lives. Because feet are often warm and moist, the fungus thrives and...
Corns and calluses

Corns and calluses

Corns and calluses Corns and calluses are areas of hardened and thickened skin that usually develop over a joint or bony area of the foot as a result of friction or pressure. Corns are a compacted area of harde...
Nail Care

Nail Care

Nail Care For your feet to look and feel at their best it's essential to look after your nails. Fungal infections and ingrown nails are just some of the complications that can arise if you don't. We can show yo...

BiomechanicsBiomechanics

Biomechanics is an area of podiatry concerned with the movement of the body and it can be used to diagnose and treat pain and discomfort from the back down to the toes.

Biomechanics is for everyone - you don't have to be sporty or even very active for it to benefit you.

Most people have a biomechanical assessment because they're experiencing pain within the lower limbs. This pain can be anywhere from the back down into the feet.

You don't have to have a specific sports injury, it may just be pain which is present when walking or doing a specific movement.

We can also offer biomechanical assessments to improve posture or prevent and reduce the risk of injury.

 

 


Further ways we can help

  • Our biomechanical treatments often run simultaneously with other forms of healthcare, such as physiotherapy and osteopathy. We'll work together to improve the biomechanics and eradicate pain.
  • Treatment can include an orthotic which is an insole that goes into your shoe in an attempt to improve foot/lower limb function, encourage shock absorption and relieve symptoms.