sports & injury

Our podiatrists are specialists in the assessment,

diagnosis and treatment of lower limb disorders

Our podiatrists are specialists in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of lower limb disorders

Sports & Injury

We understand how frustrating foot pain can be, whether limiting your mobility in everyday life or preventing you from competing at the highest level. Our team of Podiatrists have undergone rigorous and advanced training in order to get you back on your feet as quickly as possible, using evidence based treatments.

Whether you are suffering from plantar fasciitis or you have unidentified pain, MyFootMedic are here to help and can undertake a full biomechanical assessment.

What is the Achilles Tendon?

The Achilles tendon is the largest tendon in the body. It is found at the back of the ankle and spans from the heel bone into the calf muscles of your leg. This tendon enables you to point your foot towards the floor and helps to generate the force required to propel yourself forward with each step. It is also crucial for shock absorption and stabilisation.

What is Tendinopathy?

A tendon is the soft tissue that joins a muscle to a bone. Tendinopathy refers to the damage of a tendon. Injuries can range from a mild strain to a complete rupture. Achilles Tendinopathy typically occurs when trying to accelerate from a complete stand-still, or via sudden and intense jumping actions. It can present in any age group and is not always associated with sporting activity.

How can MyFootMedic help?

Podiatrists are specialists in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of conditions related to the foot and ankle. Achilles Tendinopathy can be a debilitating condition, limiting your ability to walk or exercise. If you believe that you are suffering with Achilles damage, early detection and treatment can prevent more serious harm.

Services we offer include:
Biomechanical Assessment
Rehabilitation
– Stretching regimes
– Strengthening regimes
– Joint manipulation
– Soft tissue mobilisation
– Strapping and taping
• Footwear advice
Insoles and Orthotics
• Activity advice
• Prevention advice

What is Anterior Impingement Syndrome?

This condition causes pain at the front of your ankle. It can be due to either inflamed tissues (such as ligaments and tendons – specifically; the joint capsule and synovium), or bony changes (arthritic) to the ankle joint. This problem will often cause an acute pain whilst the foot is flexed/bending towards the shin bone.

What causes Anterior Impingement Syndrome?

Stress from excessive ankle bending and compressive forces, such as squatting, can cause inflammation to the soft tissues at the front of the ankle. If repetitive or substantial, then arthritic bony changes can present, causing pain and a reduction in motion.

How can MyFootMedic help?

Podiatrists are specialists in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of conditions related to the foot and ankle. Early detection and treatment can help prevent bony damage and the requirement of invasive therapies.

Services we offer include:
Biomechanical assessment
Rehabilitation
– Stretching regimes
– Strengthening regimes
– Joint manipulation
– Soft tissue mobilisation
– Strapping and taping
• Footwear advice
Insoles and orthotics
• Activity advice

What is an Ankle Sprain?

A sprain refers to damage to a ligament. Ligaments are soft tissues that connect one bone to another bone and help to keep our joints stable and prevent dislocations. An Ankle Sprain implies damage to the ligaments surrounding the ankle.

What causes an Ankle Sprain?

Ankle Sprains are a common occurrence. They are often caused by twisting awkwardly on your foot. This trauma leads to damage of the ligaments on either side of you ankle, more often surrounding the outside ankle bone (lateral malleolus). Typically tendons are also injured. Repetitive ankle sprains may lead to bony changes (arthritic) and muscle imbalance within the foot and ankle. Predisposing factors include:
• Foot structure
• Ankle strength
• Muscle and tendon tightness
• Joint restrictions
• Footwear
• Genetic factors (e.g. hypermobility)

How can MyFootMedic help?

Podiatrists are specialists in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of conditions related to the foot and ankle. Early detection and treatment can prevent permanent damage and foot deformity.
Services we offer include:
Biomechanical Assessment
Rehabilitation
– Stretching regimes
– Strengthening regimes
– Joint manipulation
– Soft tissue mobilisation
– Strapping and taping
• Footwear advice
Insoles and Orthotics
• Activity advice
• Prevention advice

What is Arch Strain?

Arch Strain is not a specific diagnosis but a more generalised term for pain within the arch(es) of your foot. A strain refers to damage to a muscle or tendon.

What causes Arch Strains?

Arch Strain occurs when the muscles, tendons and ligaments supporting the arch undertake more load than they can handle. There can be many causes for the tissues surrounding the arch to become strained. These include a single moment of excessive tissue stress, or repetitive micro-injuries. For a specific diagnosis your Podiatrist may undertake a thorough neurological, vascular and musculoskeletal assessment. Predisposing factors are:
• Foot structure
• Muscle weakness or imbalance
• Walking style, poor footwear
• Weight
• Medical conditions
• Genetic factors (e.g. hypermobility)

How can MyFootMedic help?

Podiatrists are specialists in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of conditions related to the foot and ankle. Causative factors of Arch Strain must be addressed in order to prevent recurrence of this painful condition.

Services we offer include:
Biomechanical assessment
Rehabilitation
– Stretching regimes
– Strengthening regimes
– Joint manipulation
– Soft tissue mobilisation
– Strapping and taping
• Footwear advice
Insoles and orthotics
• Activity advice
• Prevention advice

How can a Podiatrist help treat Back Pain?

Back pain can be caused by a variety of conditions and maybe due to lower limb dysfunction. Podiatrists are not specialists in back pain, but are able to assess whether your lower limb function may be linked to your back pain. For this reason, we recommend that initially you visit a back pain specialist (Orthopaedic Doctor, Physiotherapist, Osteopath, Chiropractor) prior to assessment by one of our Podiatrists. If your back pain specialist believes that your lower limb function may be a contributor, we would then further assess your lower limb function and discuss the treatment options available.

How can MyFootMedic help?

Services we offer include:
Biomechanical Assessment
Rehabilitation
Insoles & Orthotics

What is a Bursa?

A Bursa is a fluid filled sac that forms between two structures, most commonly between a tendon and a bone. The Bursa acts as a protective cushioning and lubricating layer. Typically, bursa function to benefit the joint, however, if the bursa becomes inflamed or infected it may cause pain. This is known as Bursitis. Symptoms present with heat, swelling and redness over a painful joint.

How can MyFootMedic help?

Treatment of a Bursa is dependant on the location and severity of the case.

Services we offer include:
Biomechanical Assessment
Rehabilitation
• Pressure redistributing techniques via: strapping and taping, Insoles and Orthotics
• Prescription medications if infected
• Aspiration (draining if required)
• Referral for private surgical excision

What is a Capsulitis?

A joint capsule is the formation of ligaments surrounding a joint. Its function is to allow the joint to move without dislocating. If the joint bends too far, these ligaments can become damaged and inflamed. This is known as a capsulitis. Symptoms can range from sharp acute episodes to a constant low level ache. Commonly the impacted joint is visibly swollen and red.

How can MyFootMedic help?

Podiatrists are specialists in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of conditions related to the foot and ankle.

Services we offer include:
Biomechanical Assessment
Rehabilitation
– Stretching regimes
– Strengthening regimes
– Joint manipulation
– Soft tissue mobilisation
– Strapping and taping
• Footwear advice
Insoles and Orthotics
• Activity advice
• Prevention advice
• Referral for private surgical assessment
• Providing a letter to the GP to request a referral to the appropriate services in the NHS

What is Freiberg’s Infraction?

This is a rare condition whereby the blood supply to one of the metatarsal bones (long bones in the midfoot) is damaged. This is most common in the second metatarsal bone. Freiberg’s Infraction occurs when the integrity of the bone diminishes due to a lack of nutrients, which is known as avascular necrosis. Often the area will become enlarged at the joint linking the metatarsal to the phalanges (toe bones). Although the causation of this condition is poorly understood, it is thought to be linked to repetitive microtrauma.

How can My Foot Medic help?

Podiatrists are specialists in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of conditions related to the foot and ankle.

Services we offer include:
Biomechanical Assessment
Rehabilitation
– Strapping and taping
• Footwear advice
Insoles and Orthotics
• Activity advice
• Referral for private surgical assessment
• Providing a letter to the GP to request a referral to the appropriate services in the NHS

Is Heel Pain common?

The heel is a very common location of pain; 10% of the UK population will suffer with heel pain during their life time. The heel bone takes substantial impact during every step you take and when pain occurs at this location walking becomes particularly difficult. Plantar fasciitis is a commonly used term in relation to heel pain, but is simply one condition that may be causing symptoms. A thorough investigation must be undertaken prior to a diagnosis. This investigation and diagnosis will determine which treatment options would best suit the problem at hand.

How can MyFootMedic help?

Podiatrists are specialists in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of conditions related to the foot and ankle. Our team of qualified HCPC registered Podiatrists are experts in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of heel pain.

Services we offer include:
Biomechanical Assessment
Rehabilitation
– Stretching regimes
– Strengthening regimes
– Joint manipulation
– Soft tissue mobilisation
– Strapping and taping
• Footwear advice
Insoles and Orthotics
• Activity advice
• Prevention advice
• Referral for private surgical consultation
• Providing a letter to the GP to request a referral to the appropriate services in the NHS

What is a Heel Spur?

A Heel spur is bony protrusion on the underside of your heel. Symptoms are usually described to feel as though there is a pebble on the underside of your heel bone and can be particularly painful; more commonly increasing later on in the day or upon exercise. This condition may be genetic or caused via injury. Many people will have a heel spur without any symptoms, but for those whom present with pain, the condition can be debilitating.

How can MyFootMedic help?

For the majority of cases, surgical treatment is not require to relieve the symptoms associated with a heel spur. Podiatrists are specialists in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of conditions related to the foot and ankle.

Services we offer include:
Biomechanical Assessment
Rehabilitation
– Stretching regimes
– Strengthening regimes
– Joint manipulation
– Soft tissue mobilisation
– Strapping and taping
• Footwear advice
Insoles and Orthotics to reduce pressure to the Heel Spur
• Referral for private surgical consultation
• Providing a letter to the GP to request a referral to the appropriate services in the NHS

What is Lis Franc’s Injury?

This condition can occur if the bones or ligaments in the midfoot are broken or damaged, the result is separation between the first and second metatarsals above the arch. A twist or fall maybe all that is required to cause this injury, resulting in gapping between these metatarsals. Injuries can range from a sprained ligament to more complicated fractures and dislocations. This injury presents with bruising and swelling on the top and bottom of the foot. Pain can range from mild to intense and is often increased by standing or raising up onto tip toes. Dependant on the severity of the injury, either conservative non surgical or surgical treatment may be required.

How can MyFootMedic help?

Podiatrists are specialists in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of conditions related to the foot and ankle.
Services we offer include:
Biomechanical Assessment
Rehabilitation
– Stretching regimes
– Strengthening regimes
– Joint manipulation
– Soft tissue mobilisation
– Strapping and taping
• Footwear advice
• Stretching regimes
Insoles and Orthotics
• Activity advice
• Prevention advice
• Referral for private surgical assessment
• Providing a letter to the GP to request a referral to the appropriate services in the NHS

How can a Podiatrist help treat knee pain?

Knee pain is a common complaint seen by Podiatrists. There are a wide range of factors that can contribute to knee pain, such as: injury, weight, muscle weakness/tightness, back/hip/knee/foot dysfunction, walking style, footwear, genetic factors, nerve damage, arthritis and certain activities. Your Podiatrist will undertake a biomechanical assessment before discussing your tailor made treatment plan.

How can My Foot Medic help?

Podiatrists are specialists in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of conditions related to the lower limb.

Services we offer include:
Biomechanical Assessment
Rehabilitation
– Stretching regimes
– Strengthening regimes
– Joint manipulation
– Soft tissue mobilisation
– Strapping and taping
• Footwear advice
Insoles and Orthotics
• Activity advice
• Prevention advice

What is Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome?

Often referred to as ‘shin splints’, this condition causes pain to the middle third of Tibia (shin bone). It is thought to occur when the Tibia bends under pressure/impact. This can be caused by landing from a height or repetitive impact, for example by running. The middle third of the Tibia is the thinnest and weakest part of the Tibia, impact and compression is thought to create a ‘bone bending moment’ at the Tibia’s weakest point. This may lead to micro fractures of the periosteum (thin layer surrounding the bone) or of the bone itself. The condition is often related to foot structure and tight musculature, as well as poor footwear choices.

How can MyFootMedic help?

Podiatrists are specialists in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of conditions related to the lower limb.

Services we offer include:
Biomechanical Assessment
Rehabilitation
– Stretching regimes
– Strengthening regimes
– Joint manipulation
– Soft tissue mobilisation
– Strapping and taping
• Footwear advice
Insoles and Orthotics
• Activity advice
• Prevention advice
• Providing a letter to the GP to request a referral to the appropriate services in the NHS

What is Metatarsalgia?

Metatarsalgia is more of a descriptive term than a diagnosis. It simply implies that there is pain located in the front of the foot. This can be caused by a multitude of conditions such as: bunions, impact injury, hammer toes, poor footwear, muscle imbalance, corns etc.

How can MyFootMedic help?

Our team of qualified Podiatrists specialise in foot pain assessment, diagnosis and treatment.

Services we offer include:
Biomechanical Assessment
Rehabilitation
– Stretching regimes
– Strengthening regimes
– Joint manipulation
– Soft tissue mobilisation
– Strapping and taping
• Footwear advice
Insoles and Orthotics
• Activity advice
• Prevention advice
• Referral for private surgical assessment

What is a Morton’s Neuroma?

A Morton’s neuroma is a condition whereby the sheath surrounding the nerve between the third and fourth metatarsals of the foot becomes inflamed and enlarged. Symptoms can vary between a mild ache and numbness, to an acute, sharp and severe pain. This condition is more common in women than men and is typically due to: footwear, foot structure, genetics or injury.

How can MyFootMedic help?

Podiatrists are specialists in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of conditions related to the foot and ankle.

Services we offer include:
Biomechanical Assessment
Rehabilitation
– Stretching regimes
– Strengthening regimes
– Joint manipulation
– Soft tissue mobilisation
– Strapping and taping
• Footwear advice
Insoles and Orthotics
• Activity advice
• Prevention advice
• Referral for private surgical assessment
• Providing a letter to the GP to request a referral to the appropriate services in the NHS

What is Patellofemoral Syndrome?

The Patellofemoral joint consists of the Femur (the long bone between the hip and the knee) and the Patella (the knee cap). Patellofemoral syndrome is a common form of pain that is felt on the underside of the Patella. This pain is thought to be due to stress and irritation of the joint surfaces between the Patella and the Femur. The Patella normally glides in a groove at the front end of the Femur. Irritation and stress occurs when ineffective gliding takes place or if the Patella ‘mis-tracks’ in this groove. Pressure is increased in the Patellofemoral joint when the knee bends.

This condition is most commonly caused by muscle imbalance (of the Quadriceps muscle) but may also be the result of injury or poor biomechanics. If this pain is ignored and repetitive trauma is caused over a long period of time, permanent bony changes can occur to the joint surfaces. Patellofemoral Syndrome can impact anyone, however, it is most commonly seen in the sporting population.

How can MyFootMedic help?

Podiatrists are specialists in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of conditions related to the lower limb.

Services we offer include:
Biomechanical Assessment
Rehabilitation
– Stretching regimes
– Strengthening regimes
– Joint manipulation
– Soft tissue mobilisation
– Strapping and taping
• Footwear advice
Insoles and Orthotics
• Activity advice

What is Patella Tendinopathy?

The Patella tendon links the Patella (knee cap) and Tibia (shin bone) at the front of the knee. It is controlled by the function of the Quadricep muscles. When the Quadriceps contract, the Patella tendon pulls tight and straightens the leg. Damage to this tendon can cause pain to your knee or upper Tibia, and is often painful when using stairs.

How can MyFootMedic help?

Podiatrists are specialists in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of conditions related to the lower limb.

Services we offer include:
Biomechanical Assessment
Rehabilitation
– Stretching regimes
– Strengthening regimes
– Joint manipulation
– Soft tissue mobilisation
– Strapping and taping
• Footwear advice
Insoles and Orthotics
• Activity advice

What is Peroneal Tendinopathy?

A tendon connects a muscle to a bone. There are three Peroneal tendons: Peroneus Longus, Peroneus Brevis and Peroneus Tertius. These function as powerful ankle stabilisers and all cause your feet to abduct (rotate/twist outwards) and evert the foot (cause the arch of the foot to reduce in height, with the outside of the foot raising off of the floor). They are commonly injured in combination with an ankle sprain, this can cause elongation and trauma to the Peroneal tendons.

If severe or repetitive, damage can lead to weakness of the Peroneal tendons, allowing the invertor muscles (muscles that raise the arch profile and lift the inside of the foot off of the floor) to over power the evertor Peroneals. This can lead to an acquired high arch deformity. Symptoms can range from mild to debilitating depending on the severity of the condition. Pain is usually present to the outside of the ankle and up the outer edge of the leg.

How can MyFootMedic help?

Podiatrists are specialists in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of conditions related to the lower limb.

Services we offer include:
Biomechanical Assessment
Rehabilitation
– Stretching regimes
– Strengthening regimes
– Joint manipulation
– Soft tissue mobilisation
– Strapping and taping
• Footwear advice
Insoles and Orthotics
• Activity advice

What is Plantar fasciitis?

Plantar fasciitis (also known as plantar fasciopathy and plantar fasciosis) is a common form of heel pain. 10% of the population suffer from this debilitating condition during their life time. The plantar fascia is a ligament that runs from your heel bone via three bands (medial, central and lateral bands) into the front of your foot. These bands prevent over elongation of the foot and aid in stabilisation and shock absorption.

Plantar fasciitis occurs when the ligament becomes degenerative (originally thought to be inflammatory), typically at the inside of the heel bone. Symptoms are often at their worst during the first steps in the morning, upon standing after periods of rest, or during periods of exercise. This condition impacts both the sporting and non-sporting population.

Factors relating to plantar fasciitis include:
• Sudden increase in activity levels
• Injury
• Foot structure
• Muscle imbalance
• Footwear
• Weight
• Employment whereby you are standing for prolonged periods of time (8hours+)

How can MyFootMedic help?

Podiatrists are specialists in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of conditions related to the foot and ankle.

Services we offer include:
Biomechanical Assessment
Rehabilitation
– Stretching regimes
– Strengthening regimes
– Joint manipulation
– Soft tissue mobilisation
– Strapping and taping
• Footwear advice
Insoles and Orthotics
• Activity advice
• Prevention advice
• Providing a letter to the GP to request a referral to the appropriate services in the NHS

What is Posterior Tibial Tendinopathy?

Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction (PTTD) is the leading cause of acquired flat foot syndrome. This condition is caused by damage to the Tibialis Posterior tendon, which helps to invert the foot and raise the arch profile. When this tendon weakens or elongates, its capacity to raise and maintain the arch height is diminished. Symptoms usually consist of a deep ache that worsens with activity, but may become a sharp pain. Knee pain is also typically associated. If caught early, conservative treatment can resolve the problem, however, if severe or left for too long, surgery may be required.

How can MyFootMedic help?

Podiatrists are specialists in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of conditions related to the lower limb.

Services we offer include:
Biomechanical Assessment
Rehabilitation
– Stretching regimes
– Strengthening regimes
– Joint manipulation
– Soft tissue mobilisation
– Strapping and taping
• Footwear advice
Insoles and Orthotics
• Activity advice
• Immobilisation via a cast
• Referral for private surgical assessment
• Providing a letter to the GP to request a referral to the appropriate services in the NHS

What is Sesamoiditis?

The sesamoids are two accessory bones that are located underneath the big toe joint. They are important to help aid in the function of the flexor tendons that run on the underside of the big toe. Sesamoiditis occurs when these two bones become inflamed or fractured. Symptoms are typically localised with sharp acute pain, and often the area will appear swollen and red. Pain experienced can be replicated via compression of these bones.

This condition may be caused by impact, either repetitive or a single high impact movement. The use of high heels is also commonly associated.

How can MyFootMedic help?

Podiatrists are specialists in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of conditions related to the foot and ankle.

Treatments we offer include:

Biomechanical Assessment
Rehabilitation
– Stretching regimes
– Strengthening regimes
– Joint manipulation
– Soft tissue mobilisation
– Strapping and taping
• Footwear advice
Insoles and Orthotics
• Activity advice
• Immobilisation via a cast
• Referral for private surgical assessment
• Providing a letter to the GP to request a referral to the appropriate services in the NHS

What is Sever’s Disease?

This is a condition that impacts the growth plate of the Calcaneus (heel bone), which can become inflamed due to repetitive trauma in adolescence (Calcaneal Apophysitis). Pain is typically felt in the Achilles and Calcaneus at the lower ankle, and may impact one or both feet. This condition is a common injury in active children.

How can MyFootMedic help?

Podiatrists are specialists in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of conditions related to the foot and ankle.

Services we offer include:
Biomechanical Assessment
Rehabilitation
– Stretching regimes
– Strengthening regimes
– Joint manipulation
– Soft tissue mobilisation
– Strapping and taping
• Footwear advice
Insoles and Orthotics
• Activity advice

What is Shin Splints?

Shin splints is an umbrella term for pain within the Tibia (shin bone). An accurate diagnosis is required to determine an effect treatment plan. The most common cause of shin splints is a condition known as Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome (MTSS).

How can MyFootMedic help?

Podiatrists are specialists in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of conditions related to the lower limb.

Services we offer include:
Biomechanical Assessment
Rehabilitation
– Stretching regimes
– Strengthening regimes
– Joint manipulation
– Soft tissue mobilisation
– Strapping and taping
• Footwear advice
Insoles and Orthotics
• Activity advice

What is a Stress Fracture?

A stress fracture is a crack within a bone that does not fragment the bone into two or more pieces. Fractures can occur in any bone, though are most common in weight bearing bones such as the Calcaneus (heel bone) or Metatarsals (smaller bones of the forefoot). Often these cannot be diagnosed via X-ray and may require an MRI examination.

How can My Foot Medic help?

Services we offer include:
Biomechanical Assessment
Rehabilitation
– Stretching regimes
– Strengthening regimes
– Soft tissue mobilisation
– Strapping and taping
• Footwear advice
Insoles and Orthotics
• Activity advice
• Prevention advice
• Immobilisation via a cast
• Referral for private surgical assessment
• Providing a letter to the GP to request a referral to the appropriate services in the NHS

What is Synovitis?

The synovium is the connective tissue membrane surrounding certain (synovial) joints, and secretes lubricants to aid in joint motion. Synovitis refers to damage of this connective tissue, where the membrane surrounding the joint becomes traumatised and inflamed. Inflammation increases the fluid and pressure levels within the joint and can cause instability. Synovitis typically presents similarly to that of a capsulitis; with swelling and redness of the impacted joint.

How can MyFootMedic help?

Podiatrists are specialists in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of conditions related to the foot and ankle.

Services we offer include:
Biomechanical Assessment
Rehabilitation
– Stretching regimes
– Strengthening regimes
– Joint manipulation
– Soft tissue mobilisation
– Strapping and taping
• Footwear advice
Insoles and Orthotics
• Activity advice
• Immobilisation via a cast

What is Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome?

The Tarsal Tunnel is an important passage way for tendons, nerves and blood vessels, which runs behind and underneath the inner side of the ankle bone. The condition is similar to Carpal Tunnel Syndrome of the wrist. Pain is caused via compression of the Tibial nerve. Symptoms range from pins and needles to intense and debilitating pain.

How can MyFootMedic help?

Podiatrists are specialists in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of conditions related to the foot and ankle.

Services we offer include:
Biomechanical Assessment
Rehabilitation
– Stretching regimes
– Strengthening regimes
– Joint manipulation
– Soft tissue mobilisation
– Strapping and taping
• Footwear advice
Insoles and Orthotics
• Activity advice
• Prevention advice
• Immobilisation via a cast
• Referral for private surgical assessment
• Providing a letter to the GP to request a referral to the appropriate services in the NHS

What is Turf Toe?

Named after its link to injuries on artificial turf, this problem is caused by hyperextension (over bending) of the big toe towards the shin bone. This motion can sprain, strain or rupture ligaments and tendons on the underside of the big toe joint. Swelling, bruising and a reduction in motion to the big toe joint is common with this type of injury.

How can MyFootMedic help?

Podiatrists are specialists in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of conditions related to the foot and ankle.

Services we offer include:
Biomechanical Assessment
Rehabilitation
– Stretching regimes
– Strengthening regimes
– Joint manipulation
– Soft tissue mobilisation
– Strapping and taping
• Footwear advice
Insoles and Orthotics
• Activity advice
• Prevention advice
• Immobilisation via a cast
• Referral for private surgical assessment
• Providing a letter to the GP to request a referral to the appropriate services in the NHS

Whether you are a new patient or a regular, you will be advised of our prices and no treatment will be undertaken without your prior consent.

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