Podiatrists assess, diagnose and manage systemic and local conditions affecting the foot and related lower extremity structures.

Assessment and diagnosis carried out by a podiatrist find the relationship of lower extremity conditions and the rest of the body. 

Foot Massage

General Podiatry 

General podiatry is much more than just nail cutting!

It’s includes:

  • Nail cutting and filing

  • In growing toenail management

  • Reduction of thickened nail

  • Debridement of callus (hard skin) and corns

  • Fungal nail diagnosis, treatment, and advice

  • Verruca and Plantar wart treatment

  • Treatment and advice for people with Diabetes

Ankle and Ligaments
Biomechanical assessment

Conducting a biomechanical assessment helps us see exactly how your body moves, and helps us determine any underlying mechanical issues.


During the assessment we will test and assess your ranges of joint motion, muscle strength, gait, and your footwear.


Following this, we will be able to determine a personalised treatment plan for you. 

Orthopedic Insoles


Orthotics are devices which we use to balance or align your feet.


Many people’s feet may not be functioning as effectively as they should, and this can lead to pain, not just in your foot or ankle, but also your knees, hips and lower back; after all our feet are out first point of contact with the ground and if they aren’t doing the ‘right’ thing, the rest of the body follows this.

Podiatry Dry needling 

Dry needling is a technique similar to acupuncture where a thin sterile needle is inserted into an area of muscle that has developed a ‘knot’.


The aim of the treatment is to release the ‘knot’ (myofascial release). Dry needling has so many benefits including; reducing muscular pain and swelling, increasing mobility, and promoting healing and speeding up injury recovery times!

Cute Feet

Children’s Podiatry

Children’s body’s go through many changes as they grow and develop. Sometimes these changes can lead to pain or discomfort, sometimes we just want to check these are normal for their stage of development.

Common concerns we assess and treat are:

  •  Flat feet (pes planus)

  • High arched feet (pes cavus)

  • In-toe walking

  • Out-toe walking

  • Tripping or unbalanced/unsteady gait

  • Heel or Achilles pain 

  • Hip, knee, ankle or foot pain

  • Plantar warts and verrucas

  • Ingrown toenails