Do You Have Cracked Heels?

Cracked heels can be very painful, embarrassing, and sometimes even bleed. They are usually caused by dryness or the thickening of the skin (callus). When your heels become dry or thickened, they can crack under the simplest of pressures... READ MORE HERE

What is a Bunion?

A bunion (also referred to as hallux valgus or hallux abducto valgus) is often described as a bump on the side of the big toe. But a bunion is more than that. The visible bump actually reflects changes in... READ MORE HERE

What is a Verruca?

A Verruca is a viral wart that is found on the feet caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). Also known as Plantar warts, they are inwardly growing and can be painful “myrmercia” on the sole of the foot... READ MORE HERE

Osgood Slatter’s Disease and Sever’s Disease

Growing children who play a lot of sport can develop inflammation in their knees and heels. A podiatrist will carry out a biomechanical assessment... READ MORE HERE

Do you have skin abnormalities?

Is the skin on your feet dry, cracking and difficult to manage? Do you have painful callous and corns on your toes or on the ball of your foot? A Podiatrist can effectively treat and manage these conditions... READ MORE HERE

Do you have a toenail condition?

Does the colour and shape of your toenails concern you? Have you thick brittle toenails, are they ingrowing, are they discoloured? A Podiatrist can treat and advise you on the best course of action... READ MORE HERE

Does your child have flat feet?

Many children present with flat feet or walk with an in-toeing gait. Some children who present with Dyspraxia and Hypermobility Syndrome require assistance with... READ MORE HERE