Corns/callous

  • Thick, hardened layers of skin that build up when your skin tries to protect itself against friction and pressure.

Nail disorders (e.g. Ingrown toenails, thickened toenails)

  • Partial nail avulsion surgery
  • Total nail avulsion surgery
  • Annual foot check-up with podiatrist is necessary
  • Diabetes reduces blood flow in feet, which leads to delayed healing of cuts and abrasions
  • Causes nerve damage in your feet and legs

Bunions

  • A bony bump that forms mainly on the joint at the base of the big toe

Hammer toes

  • A foot deformity that causes curling of the toes
  • Inflammation and swelling caused from wear and tear on your joints

Warts (Verruca Pedis)

  • Skin growth caused by a viral infection

Athletes Foot (Tinea)

  • A contagious fungal skin infection that affects the foot
  • Arch pain or pain under the heel
  • Inflammation at the back of the ankle

Sesamoiditis

  • Pain at the base of the big toe

Morton’s neuroma

  • Sharp burning pain in the ball of your foot that may radiate to your toes

Heel Spurs

Orthotics

Custom-made shoe inserts that support the feet and correct imbalances

  • Reduces forces on your feet
  • Enable your feet to work in the most stable and efficient position to perform daily activities
  • Reduce pain in your feet and other joints such as knees and hips

Footwear education

A good shoe should have:

  • A firm heel counter (provides stability to the foot)
  • Sufficient depth and width at the toes
  • Un upper made of natural material to allow it to be more breathable
  • A sole made of rubber to allow for shock absorption

Caused by too much activity and stress on foot and ankle muscles

Paediatric podiatry

  • specialists in children’s feet

Flat feet (fallen arches)

  • when arch of foot is lower than normal
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