Many people understand the importance of taking good care of their health, but not everyone pays enough attention to the health of their feet. This is somewhat surprising when you consider how much time you spend using them every day. Our team contains a highly qualified podiatrist and podiatric surgeon who is experienced in providing high levels of customer service, ensuring that each and every patient is treated ethically and warmly.
As with any industry in the world of medicine, there are always new and exciting ways to treat our patients. This is why we work hard to stay ahead of the latest trends in ankle and foot medicine. If you are looking for a professional and friendly podiatrist to help you to combat anything from foot pain to a problem with your nails, then we can help.
Let’s take a look at some of our most commonly sought after services to find out more about how we can help you:
From keen athletes to those who exercise when they have spare time, sport injuries that affect the feet are common. Every type of sport from football and tennis to golf and rugby involves spending time on your feet, and many injuries will be picked up as a result of jogging, running or even walking. It is vital to get an accurate diagnosis of the problem in order to develop a plan for treatment. This way our sports podiatrist can create a personalised rehabilitation plan to suit your specific needs.
Many foot injuries can be healed without the need for surgery but some will require help from a specialist foot surgeon.
There are a multitude of conditions that can lead to foot surgery, including the following:
- Skin/nail disorders
- Heel pain
- Bone spurs
- Nerve entrapment syndromes
- Tendon and tissue disorders
- Degenerative and inflammation joint diseases
Our podiatrists will work to identify the cause of the problem in order to work out what the best course of action is and sometimes surgery is the best way forward, in terms of treating and rectifying a problem.
There are all kinds of conditions that can cause your nails to look unattractive, to become brittle and to need professional help to get them healthy again. These include:
- People who suffer from diabetes
- General foot and ankle disorders
- After an injury to the foot or toes
- Anyone who suffers from onychomycosis, brittle or split nails
- Patients who have spoon-shaped, split or discoloured nails
We can work with you to create a nail restoration treatment plan that suits your lifestyle, after we detect what is causing the problem.
Our experienced clinicians have access to state of the art equipment such as a 3D orthotics scanner and we deal with everything from work related injuries and diabetic wound care through to foot surgery and sports injuries. Whatever is causing your foot or ankle disorder, we aim to pinpoint the root cause before establishing a treatment plan that will suit your personal situation.