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Ankle Sprains

We diagnose and assess all foot injuries.

Common Conditions

Our podiatrists are fully trained and experienced to treat the following conditions to get you back on your feet sooner.

Heel Pain/Plantar Fasciopathy: Heel pain may be called many titles (Plantar Fasciiopathy/Plantar Fasciitis/Calcaneal Spur etc.) it is essentially pain and inflammation occurring under the heel and sometimes extending into the arch of the foot.

Skin and Nail Conditions: There are many different skin and nail conditions. Some of the most common seen are ingrown or fungal toenails, tinnea and corns and warts.

Toe Pain: There can be several causes of your toe pain and in many cases we see more than one factor leading to the pain.

Ankle Sprains: An ankle sprain is essentially a partial dislocation of the ankle joint. Most people report ‘rolling’ their ankle on uneven ground or landing awkwardly from a jump.

Bunions: Bunions can occur in two different places on the foot, one involving the 1st metatarsophalangeal joint complex and the other involving the 5th.

Stress Fractures:  Stress fractures are small micro-fractures in the bones of the feet, most likely caused by overuse or repetitive activity placing strain on certain bones.

Achilles Tendinopathy: The Achilles tendon is a large tendon at the back of the ankle which attaches two major muscles to the heel bone. This allows you to push off during walking and running.

Shin Splints: Shin splints is a common cause of leg pain in athletes.  Research suggests that there may be several causes leading to shin splints dependent on the location of pain.

If you have any of the above conditions please make an appointment with our podiatrist today.

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