Feet are an important part of our basic support system and need attention by health care professionals who can correct and guide you through a healthy, active and pain-free life style.
- Biomechanical foot abnormalities (structural and functional disorders – for example, toe deformities)
- Treatment of lesions (Corns, Calluses, Fissures, Warts)
- Injuries (Trauma)
- Arch Pain & Heel Pain
- Foot Pain
- Ankle Pain
- Pathological nail conditions (ingrown nails, thickened or infected toe nails)
- Injuries from sports related activities
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Orthotics and Compression Stockings
- Diabetic Foot Care
Generally speaking, problems such as; arch pain, heel pain, fatigue, or even corns and calluses, may indicate a misalignment in foot structure. Orthotics may help in providing support or correction for a foot abnormality. Prescription orthotics are based on many different factors such as: weight, activity level, type of shoe or activity for which the orthotics are designed. Orthotics should only be used as an adjunct to proper assessment and treatment.