How our podiatrists can help
Orthotics are customised devices that sit underneath the foot and inside the shoe to support and improve foot function and lower leg mechanics.
When required, they are prescribed after an extensive biomechanical analysis where your Podiatrist has recognised abnormal foot and leg mechanics that are contributing to your injury or imbalance.
One typically uses these in conjunction with an individualised strength and rehabilitation plan to help them reach their goals faster.
Your orthotics are custom designed by your podiatrist to suit your footwear, lifestyle and activity choices.
They are comfortable, slim and tailored to suit your needs. Focusing on function combined with practicality, they can be made from various materials in order to treat your injury or improve the way you move.Custom Orthotics
Toenail Fungus Laser
Fungal toenail infections are unsightly, frustrating and affect approximately 14% of the population.
Fungal toenail infections often appear as yellow or white discoloration of the toenail, with debris accumulating under the nail bed. Left untreated, toenail fungus can result in crumbling and thickening of the nail, rough nail ridges and spreading of the infection to other toes.
The infection is caused by fungi that feed on Keratin; a protein found within our nails. The fungal colonies flourish in moist environments and spread slowly through the nail and nail bed.Toenail Fungus Treatment
Walking + Running Assessments
A biomechanical assessment is a detailed consultation, in which we assess the way that your feet, legs and body function during movement. They are a fundamental part of the process whereby we assess and diagnose your injuries and foot pain.
This consultation is designed to help patients with short or long-term injuries, those wanting to achieve a greater understanding as to how their body functions, and those aiming to improve athletic performance.
Have your walking and running assessed on our state-of-the-art Zebris pressure and force analysis treadmill. Using this, your podiatrist will capture and relay information about the way that you walk and run in a matter of minutes, giving us invaluable information to help get you better faster.The Assessment Process