Heel pain is often caused by Plantar fasciitis which is an overuse condition of the ligament running along the sole of the foot.
Plantar warts, or Papillomas as they are sometimes known are the dermatological effect of the HumanPapilloma Virus (HPV).
Fungal nails are a common condition, characterised by discolouration and thickening of the nails.
Ingrown toe nails are extremely painful. The corner of the nail digs into the side of the toe cutting into the skin, often becoming bacterially infected.
Sever’s Disease is a condition of growth, where the rapidly growing bones of the lower leg pull on the muscles and tendons ) along the back of the leg.
One of the most common complications of Diabetes is foot disease. It is therefore crucial people with Diabetes have regular foot check ups
Corns and callous are the result of excess pressure, not infection and are easily treated in the clinic.
If you are in pain, having someone look at your standing and walking posture can shed light on the true problems. And they are not always at the site of your pain