Bunion Treatment

A Bunion (Hallux Valgus) occurs when the 2 bones surrounding the big toe joint move out of alignment. The big toe often moves towards the outside of the foot and can cross under the 2nd toe. The bone below the big toe, called the metatarsal can move towards the other foot.

Hallux Limitus Treatment

Hallux limitus is a mechanical condition characterized by limited extension of the big toe joint. Hallux rigidus is the ‘end-stage’ of the condition whereby any noted range of motion is negligible; by this stage the joint is almost fused.

Heel Pain Treatment

Pain underneath the heel of the foot is a very common symptom and is usually due to a condition called Plantar Fasciitis or heel spur. Whilst this is the usual cause, heel pain can sometimes be referred from the back or calf, involve nerve impingement, or related to inflammatory arthritis. Your podiatrist can assess you to make a correct diagnosis.

Morton Neuroma Treatment

A Morton’s neuroma is a type of nerve entrapment or irritation. It is also referred to as interdigital neuroma or metatarsalgia. The 5 long bones that form the ball of the foot(metatarsals) have a nerve that runs between each of them.

Orthotic Treatment

Feet can be likened to the wheels on a car- if the alignment is not correct then excessive stress and pressure is placed on other parts of the body leading to incorrect or misuse and even wear and tear.

Plantar Warts Treatment

A plantar wart is a skin lesion that presents on the sole or toes of the foot due to a viral infection. The lesions are usually self-limiting but treatment is often indicated.

Corn And Callus Treatment

Corns and calluses are irritating and sometimes painful thickenings that appear in the skin in areas of excessive pressure. Hyperkeratosis is the medical term used for the thickened skin that forms corns and calluses.

Foot Pain

Metatarsalgia is a very common overuse injury which in Latin translates as pain in the forefoot due to increased or repetitive stress or strain over the metatarsal head region.