Musculoskeletal foot and leg pain including:
- Plantar heel pain (previously referred to as plantar fasciitis or heel spurs)
- Flat Feet
- Ankle sprains
- Hammer toes
- Shin Splints
General Foot Concerns including:
- Thickened, damaged or fungal nails.
- Ingrown or involuted nails.
- Thickened skin such as corns or callus
- Viral skin infections know as ‘Warts’
- Fungal skin infections such as tinea or athlete's foot
Children’s or Paediatric Podiatry:
- Toe walking
- Intoeing gait
- Painful bone conditions such as Sever's Disease and other osteochondrosis' due to growth of children.
Diabetes and the feet
Do you have high blood sugar? Do you know how Diabetes can affect your feet?
Unfortunately, in Australia every 3 hours a person with diabetes has a lower limb removed as a direct result of diabetes-related foot disease. 80% of these amputations are preventable with best practice treatment and ongoing management. *
It is recommended that people who suffer from diabetes should have their feet assessed annually to help detect if there are changes to the blood flow or nerve supply of your feet.