Diabetic foot care
People with diabetes are strongly advised to have their feet checked annually by a podiatrist for assessment of blood circulation, nerve function and potential risks and advice on preventative foot care.
Diabetic wound care
Individuals with diabetes are more likely to experience reduced blood circulation and nerve degeneration in their feet and legs, causing a decreased ability to fight infection. All these factors contribute to a reduced ability to heal even minor cuts and abrasions, which may deteriorate critically.
Non diabetic wound care
People who have wounds that may be non-diabetic in origin may also attend our clinic for specialist wound management.
Bio mechanical assessment
To identify abnormalities in foot function when weight bearing and non-weight bearing and subsequent footwear, orthotic and exercise management.
Ingrown toenail management
Adolescents are most prone to this condition, as well as individuals with poor nail management and those wearing inappropriate shoes. Come visit us for instant relief from this painful condition.