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Achilles Tendinopathy

Achilles Tendiopathy or Tendonitis relates to inflammation, degeneration or damage to the Achilles tendon. The affected tendon may result in increased pain during walking and exercise, and may prevent you from being able to participate in your favourite activities.

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Corns and Calluses

Corns and Calluses are areas of increased pressure and friction that result in hardened layers of skin. Calluses are defensive mechanism that protect the underlying tissues and structures like nerves and blood vessels. This pressure can sometimes become localised in a concentrated area and form a localised area of hard skin known as a corn. Callouses and problem nails can affect your daily activities.

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Foot Arch Pain

Pain within the arch of the foot can occur due to a variety of factors and can affect people of all ages and fitness levels, therefore it is important a correct diagnosis be made to ensure the most effective treatment option has been selected.

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Forefoot Pain

Forefoot pain can affect people of all ages and can vary in the way in which it presents. It can appear as general tenderness or a dull aching, through to a sharp pain, tingling, pins and needles and burning sensations

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Ingrown toenails

Ingrown toenails are common problem often caused by a poor nail cutting technique, curved nail edges, pressure from footwear or repeated trauma to the feet and toes. If left unattended ingrown nails can become infected and cause serious problems.

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Knee pain

Knee pain can occur due to a variety of factors and can result in varying symptoms, pain can occur through the front of the knee, behind or on either side. It can result from cartilage or joint damage, poor muscle strength and even poor foot mechanics. It can occur when standing, sitting or climbing stairs. If you are suffering from these symptoms then it is time to come and see us.

It can result from the cartilage and joint damage, poor muscle strength and poor foot mechanics.

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Plantar Fasciitis Heel Pain

Plantar Fasciitis or heel pain is one of the most common conditions treated by podiatrists and can occur in people of all ages and varying levels of fitness. The shape of your feet and the forces placed on them can increase the stress on the heel bone and the soft tissue structures attached to it.

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Shin splints or Shin pain

Shin Splints are the general term used to refer to pain or inflammation that occurs either in the front or inside section of the shin or lower leg. The tightness and tenderness that occurs with activities such as walking or running can be quite debilitating and prevent you from participating in these activities.

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Fungal Nails

Nail damage due to trauma and a toenail fungus infection are the most common causes of nail discolouration and thickening. Toenail fungus infections can often present as discolouration and thickening of the nail, and can sometimes cause the nail to separate from the nail bed. The nail may appear white, yellow and/or brown and without treatment may cause the nail bed to become infected.

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