As podiatrists we love feet. Our feet give us independence, mobility, that bounce in our step and the empowerment to choose our own path in life. Feet are so amazing that we tend to take them for granted… until something goes wrong!
To help people far and wide, we’ve gone to work developing in-depth articles on various foot conditions, from common ailments to rare and unusual conditions. See our conditions library below to learn more about what’s making your feet hurt!
We assess and treat a wide range
of foot conditions including:
Bunions are a debilitating condition that many people experience. Developing over time, bunions are often accompanied by irritation, pain, redness and swelling.
Corns and calluses develop when a person’s skin protects itself from consistent pressure or friction by thickening and becoming hard.
Diabetes can cause devastating impacts on people’s feet. There is absolutely no doubt that prevention is the best course of action.
Ingrown toenails are a common foot issue that we see regularly coming into the clinic at Northern Rivers Podiatry, especially in athletes and teenagers.
Leg length discrepancy is caused by many different factors which can have widespread negative impacts for your body.
Osteoarthritis can appear in various joints throughout the body. At Northern Rivers Podiatry we treat osteoarthritis of the foot which has 33 joints.
There are a range of complex factors which can result in an infant, child or adolescent displaying paediatric flatfoot.
Plantar fasciitis (heel pain) is often experienced by a stabbing pain at the bottom of the foot on the heel area closest to the arch.
Plantar warts look like a grainy, rough and fleshy growth (lesion) with black pinpoints.
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