1. Checkups

Routine check-ups are important. We often take care of our bodies but forget our feet. Our feet are connected to ankle problems, lower and upper limb problems and even back/neck issues. Regular checkups helps you to maintain good foot health before issues arise.

  • Emergency appointments available

  • Preventative checks

  • Ongoing support

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2. Routine Treatments

With each step we take, around one and a half times our body weight is carried on the heel and then onto the ball of our foot. This is why the skin is thicker in these areas- to withstand the stress and pressure. Sometimes, even with this extra layering, the pressure can be too much resulting in a number of minor foot problems. Treating these early on can help prevent these issues from worsening.

  • Corns and Calluses

  • Ingrown Toenails

  • Plantar Fasciitis


3. Biomechanics

If you find yourself with problem areas such as, your ankles, knees, hips or even your back/neck that are causing recurrent pain or discomfort; this may be linked to the biomechanical function of the feet.

  • Initial Assessment

  • Gait Analysis and Treatment

  • Preventative Care


4. Sports Injuries

Sometimes the most minor issues can have a major impact; a biomechanical assessment and gait analysis can identify such issues within your leg alignment and leg/foot stability. Treatment and therapy can then be used to prevent, treat and rehabilitate musculoskeletal injuries using a variety of techniques including soft tissue massage and mobilisation.

  • Analysis and Treatments

  • Evaluation and Treatment

  • Orthotics & Exercise Program