Australia has an aging population which means that it has never been more important to focus on aged foot care of our seniors.
A biomechanical assessment looks at the way your foot and lower limb (hip, lower back, knee, etc) functions during movement (walking, running, etc).
A popular belief is that children will outgrow pain or whatever symptoms they face as an infant or toddler. However, this is not always the case. Early detection of abnormalities is important to address.
If you have been diagnosed with diabetes then you are not alone. Diabetics are prone to having problems with their legs and feet due to loss of normal nerve function and circulation.
Shoes are the protective layer that keeps your feet safe from the elements. The quality and type of footwear makes a difference in how you feel and the way you walk or run.
General podiatry involves assessing any concerns you have about your foot health and treating any condition that is preventing you from being happy with your feet.
Orthotics are devices that sit underneath your foot and inside your shoe to correct the way in which your foot moves. We offer two types of orthotics: custom (prescribed) and prefabricated (non-prescribed).
At some point throughout your fitness journey, you may encounter discomfort or pain as a result of a sporting injury. This can be either acute or chronic pain.
Aging feet require regular care and maintenance due to your body’s weakened physiology. While there are a number of conditions that directly and indirectly impact your feet; pain is always a problem felt among seniors.Learn More
A bunion develops when the bone at the bottom of the big toe moves out of place causing the big toe to point inward (toward the other digits). Bunions can form on one or both feet.Learn More
Corns and calluses are a build-up of hardened pressure, normally occurring in areas where there is increased pressure. Almost everyone experiences this condition one way or another throughout their life.Learn More
Diabetes has the potential to affect many systems of the body. Living with diabetes means that it is important to pay close attention to your feet and legs.Learn More
Flat feet is a condition wherein a person has a very low or no arch in the foot. The role of arches is to help distribute body weight across the feet and legs.Learn More
Did you know that many adult foot problems start in childhood? We look past the physical symptoms in kids’ feet and examine anything that may be a cause of concern during your child’s growth.Learn More
If you are unsure whether your symptoms call for a podiatric check, you are not alone. Many people avoid going to the doctor, thinking their condition is not serious enough to require medical attention. However, if left unattended, these symptoms can develop into something more serious.
If you are experiencing some of the following, it’s time to schedule an appointment:
Don’t let pain turn into a serious issue! Contact our clinic in Manly as soon as possible!
We know just how difficult it is for someone who’s experiencing foot problems to lead an active and happy life. Symptoms such as ankle pain, sore heels, cramps or numbness in your feet can cause a great level of discomfort and lead to various health problems that can decrease quality of life.
You can make all these issues a thing of the past by visiting us at our Manly practice where our expert podiatrists can assess your condition and find a suitable treatment for you. If this is not a good option for you, we can travel to your location in Freshwater, and provide the care you need right where you are.
At Manly Cove Podiatry, we value offering the best experiences to our patients. That is why we provide the opportunity for you to make an appointment with one of our professional podiatrists online. Our 24/7 online booking system will allow you to make an appointment quickly and hassle-free.
If you need help with managing and treating your foot pain and condition, contact Manly Cove Podiatry today for expert assistance!
You can make an online appointment or give us a call on (02) 8966 9552 and speak to our friendly and helpful team about your concerns.
Contact Manly Cove Podiatry today to take care of your feet and maintain your mobility and independence!