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Conditions we treat

  • Morton’s Neuroma

    By Isela Lavadenz on 21st March 2019
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    Named after Dr. Thomas George Morton who described the condition in 1876. This is a  common cause of metatarsalgia, (pain in the ball of the foot!) A common presentation in the clinic with common symptoms such as: Mild to severe pain in the ball of the foot or on top sometimes radiating to toes Sharp, Shooting pain Bruise like pain […]
  • Cracked Heels

    By Isela Lavadenz on 21st March 2019
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    The sun is out, you’ve bought your new summer sandals, but the skin on your heels looks dry, cracking and likely to be looking inflamed and feeling quite sore….. You possibly have cracked heels! – A common condition that usually occurs as a consequence of exposing the skin to the elements. Skin on the heels can easily get dehydrated when […]
  • Corns

    By Isela Lavadenz on 21st March 2019
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    What is a corn? This is a question Podiatrists are often asked. Does it have a root? Is it viral? Can it be contagious?…..The answer to all these common myths you’ll be pleased to know is NO! Corns are cone-shaped concentrated areas of hard skin which occur when putting too much pressure on a particular area of skin. Areas most […]