At All Podiatry & The Shoe Co. our digital gait analysis technology allows us to take a specialised approach to examining your foot and lower limb alignment, whether it be for assessment, a guide for treatment plans for our patients, or to make recommendations on running shoes for an individual. For customers seeking running or … Continue reading What is a running analysis?
The festive season is upon us, it’s time for Christmas Parties and end of year celebrations. Good times can however mean hard times for your feet. Sandals and high heels can lead to a plethora of foot problems, so we have a few tips to avoid pain and problems. First of all, sandal and strappy … Continue reading The Silly Season and Your Feet
Neuromas are a thickening of the nerves that run between the bones in the ball of your foot, the metatarsals. When the thickening occurs between the 1st and 2nd metatarsals it is called a Joplin’s neuroma. It is called a Morton’s neuroma if it runs through any of the other metatarsal spaces, but they most commonly … Continue reading Neuromas
KIDS SALE We're inviting everyone with school aged children out there to get a jump on the 2018 school year with some big savings on ASICS, NIKE and Birkenstock kids shoes. To celebrate a new direction for 2018, we need to clear all of our kids shoe stock. We are having a 2 day sale on … Continue reading A new direction & look for All Podiatry & The Shoe Co.
Throughout the year your style and outfit choices change to reflect the weather, footwear changing is no exception. As the weather heats up, we naturally gravitate to a more open style of shoe. With endless choices in colour and style, it is important to choose the most appropriate shoe not only for the occasion, but … Continue reading Summer sandals and your feet
Pesky corns and calluses are often disproportionate in the amount of pain they can cause. Often ignored and thought to be normal, pressure lesions like corns and callouses can actually be quite debilitating. Calluses and corns are actually caused by excessive force or friction in an area which can be an indicator of more complex … Continue reading Corns & Calluses
Warts (sometimes referred to as Verruca) are small lumps of skin that occur when a break in the skin is infected with the human papilloma virus. Most warts will go away on their own within in 2-3 years. However, if the wart is on a weight bearing surface on the underside of your foot … Continue reading Warts
Shin splints is a blanket term for many different pathologies that cause pain around the tibia, or shin bone. These pathologies can vary from being a serious as a tibial stress fracture, to compartment syndrome, but most commonly a condition known as medial tibial stress syndrome. Medial tibial stress syndrome (or MTSS) is defined as … Continue reading Shin Splints
Did you know, between the ages of 1 to 3 years old the foot can grow as much as 1.5mm in length per month? At this age, there are bones in the feet that are still forming and the arches have not yet fully developed. That’s why when it comes to choosing a pair of … Continue reading Correct shoes for Toddlers
Fungal toe nails are one of the most common causes of discoloured or oddly shaped nails. Treatment is available in a number of ways, with most people opting to try at home solutions. These are often fiddly and rely heavily on the nail not being reinfected whilst waiting for the damaged tissue to grow out. Quite often over the counter … Continue reading Nail Laser Therapy