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Do You Have:

Corns, Callouses and Cracked heels

Callouses are thick skin buildups caused by pressure or irritation to the foot or toe, usually over a larger area.


Corns occur with pressure and torsion over a concentrated area.


Cracked heels can occur when the skin opens up due to extreme pressure and impact.

Verrucae/Plantar Warts

Verrucae and warts are small bumps or growths in your skin.

These can be very painful - especially if they are on a weightbearing area.


Caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV), they are very contagious and most common in childhood.

Gait and Balance Issues

Although we mostly see these issues in our elderly population, they can occur at any age.


Gait and balance rely on complex processes in the body between the nervous system and the musculoskeletal system; abnormalities in either of these areas can lead to falls. 


Stretching and simple exercises are conservative yet effective approaches to this problem.


We can also make or supply braces, orthotics, and splinting to assist with keeping you upright.

Heel Pain

Often the most common culprit of heel pain is plantar fasciitis. This condition is one of many that will worsen without proper advice and treatment.


There are a few other things that might cause heel and arch pain:​

  • Sciatica, or other nerve entrapment

  • Achilles Tendonitis

  • Posterior Tibial Tendonitis

  • Sprains

  • Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome

  • Some types of disease, like Diabetes


Bunions, Hammer Toes, Claw Toes

Bunions –  A bony protrusion and misalignment that occurs most often near the base of the big toe.

Hammertoes – Usually affects the second or middle joint in the toe causing it to bend downward.  

Claw toe - When your toe points downwards and cannot straighten. ​

Children's Foot Conditions

Common issues amongst children from infants to teenagers include:

  • Gait related issues like toe walking, flat feet, frequent tripping

  • Growing pains such as Sever's heel pain

  • Reluctance to participate in physical activity 

  • Skin and nail conditions

  • Verrucae and warts

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