Foot PainFoot problems can affect all areas of your life, limiting your sports or work performance and generally just being a nuisance!

But It shouldn’t come as a surprise to you that these types of injuries occur. The foot is a very complex appendage and takes a lot of strain during our busy lifestyles. Especially during Sports.

Foot pain problems that we treat stem from trauma through to gradual onset injuries which creep into your everyday life.

Common foot conditions we treat include:

Heel Pain and Rear foot pain

Plantar fasciitis (spur heel)

Pain in the heel which may radiate into the arch of the foot.

Plantar fascia strain
A strain (tear) in the fascia underneath the foot.

Bruised heel (Fat pad contusion)
Pain from bruising under the heel.

Calcaneal stress fracture
Stress fracture of the heel bone or calcaneus.

Achilles bursitis (Retrocalcaneal bursitis)
Pain at the back of the heel caused by in inflamed bursa.

Inflammation of the MTP joints in the forefoot

Morton’s Neuroma

Pain in the forefoot, specifically on one side of a toe and the adjacent side of the next toe.

Turf toe/1st MTP joint strain
Toe pain – Sprain at the base of the big toe.

Post fracture Rehabilitation

Expert guidance and rehabilitation following your foot fracture is available at our 5 clinics.

Hallux Rigidus

Pain and stiffness in the 1st MTP joint at the base of the big toe

Metatarsal fracture
Fracture of the long bones in the foot.

Mid-tarsal joint sprain

Sprain to the main mid-foot joint of the foot, common in footballers.


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