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Care for feet and lower limbs to improve mobility and address issues.

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Many have experienced foot pain, but have you ever understood the intricacies of foot health?

Let's delve into the world of podiatry.

Often seen as a specialised realm, podiatry focuses on diagnosing, treating, and preventing conditions related to the foot and lower limb. In simpler terms, it's about ensuring your feet support your body's needs, from walking to running and everything in between.

Podiatrists don't just address pain...

They work on developing an understanding of the biomechanics of your feet!

Consider this: our feet are complex structures, made up of bones, joints, and soft tissues, all working in harmony. Each foot movement, be it a simple step or a complex dance move, relies on this intricate system. However, sometimes, issues arise, restricting our natural foot function. This is where podiatrists step in, offering guidance, treatment, and preventive measures.

Beyond this, there's a passive range of motion, a realm we can't access on our own. This is where the expertise of chiropractors comes into play, guiding joints to achieve this extended range. The goal of an adjustment is to restore this proper movement, especially in joints that are restricted.

What issues can a Podiatrist help me with?

Our podiatrists address conditions ranging from bunions to plantar fasciitis, ensuring each foot functions at its best. It's not just about immediate relief; it's about long-term foot health. Podiatry is a holistic approach to foot and lower limb health, ensuring you're on the right foot, every step of the way.

Other services we offer:


Adjustments of the spine and joints to alleviate pain and improve function.

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Rehabilitation and exercise to enhance movement, reduce pain, and restore physical function.

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Sports Therapy

Manual manipulation of muscles and tissues to optimise performance and activity, expedite recovery, and alleviate strain.

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Want to know what's causing your pain?

Use our free Pain Finder tool which may help point you in the right direction to establish what might be causing your pain.

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