Our podiatry services are designed to identify and reduce pain in your feet and lower legs.

Podiatry Exercise for feet

What is Podiatry?

Podiatry aims to assess the biomechanics of the ankle and foot and how the patterns of movement influence how load is transferred to the, Podiahip and lower back.  Our podiatrist uses a force plate analysis system (Digitsole system) to accurately assess the way you walk. This gives an indication of how force is distributed from your toes to your lower back and can help identify why you may be suffering from pain or a loss of performance and whether orthotics may help to improve your function and reduce pain.

What Conditions Can Podiatry Treat?

Podiatry is helpful in the treatment and management of persistent ankle and foot pain. It can help to treat an manage: 

  • Metatarsalgia
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Knee Pain
  • Hip Pain
  • Back Pain
  • Muscle Problems of the Leg
  • Achilles Tendon Issues
  • Loss of Running Performance

Podiatry - Run Pain Free

What Are the Benefits of Podiatry?

Podiatry accurately assesses the way you walk and can help identify why you may have developed the pain you are in.  Results following analysis can help to guide orthotic prescription to ensure your orthotics are produced exactly to the specification you need to help you manage your pain or help with sports performance.  Your podiatrist will guide you through the entire process from assessment to using your orthotics each day

How Can Podiatry Help Me?

Podiatry can help by reducing pain in the lower limbs, helping to improve comfort, improve walking and running function and can help you to participate in your sport for longer and helps to reduce the risk of future injury. 

Podiatry Recovery Timeline
Podiatry Recovery Timeline

What Treatments Are Available?

  • Biomechanics Basic Assessment

  • Biomechanics/Gait Analysis

  • Podiatry Review

Biomechanics Basic Assessment

A biomechanics basic assessment within podiatry is an initial evaluation conducted by a podiatrist to assess the structure, alignment, and function of a patient's feet and lower limbs. The assessment aims to identify any biomechanical abnormalities or imbalances that may contribute to foot pain, gait issues, or other lower limb conditions. It serves as the foundation for developing a comprehensive treatment plan to address the patient's specific needs. 

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