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Diabetes can cause nerve and blood supply changes to your feet, increasing your risk of having foot problems. If you have diabetes, you should see a podiatrist.
Having trouble reaching your feet? Or have a skin or nail condition, such as callus, corns, warts, thickened nails or ingrown nails? A podiatrist can help.
Custom orthotics can be a game changer for many people when pain, injury or function are the presenting problem.
Including mobilisation, manipulation and exercise, structural podiatry is an effective hands on approach to treating many common foot and ankle pathologies.
Pain can result from overuse, acute injury or poor function within the bones, joints and soft tissue. A podiatrist can employ one or many therapies to treat foot and ankle pain.
Using acupuncture needles, dry needling can be an effective treatment when pain, injury and function are the presenting problem.
Children can have a variety of unique issues, often stemming from growth and development, injury or genetic conditions. A podiatrist can assist in managing these concerns.
Toenail surgery is a minor procedure involving the temporary or permanent removal of part or all of a toenail. It is most commonly performed to treat ingrown toenails.