The Feet People utilise the latest technology to ensure you're getting the best treatment possible. With our tools and expertise, we are able to assess your lower limb issue then determine how we can implement a range of treatment options specific to your individual needs and goals.
By utilising industry-leading equipment & technology, our treatment solutions are often less painful, less intrusive and have a shorter recovery time, meaning we can get you back on your feet quicker and out of pain.
Learn more about the treatments we offer, and how they might best suit you and your needs.
Do you have a fungal nail infection? We recommend photodynamic therapy (PACT) as a great alternative to traditional nail lacquers and oral medications. It is a safe, effective, and pain-free treatment for your fungal nail issues.
Custom foot orthotics are special shoe inserts that can help treat a number of common foot concerns. Our podiatrists recommend custom-made orthotics as these are designed specifically for your feet, helping to support the natural shape of your foot, and improve your overall posture and foot function.
Diabetes can reduce the blood supply and damage the nerves in your feet, leading to a number of serious foot problems. Diabetic assessments involve examination of the feet and legs to determine your diabetic foot risk status
Dry needling is used to target trigger points, commonly found in tight, sore and weak muscles that have formed knots. It is a common treatment for conditions such as plantar fasciitis, bursitis and Achilles tendinopathy.
Strapping is a temporary form of bracing that is applied to your foot, leg or knee to offload painful areas, muscles or tendons. It helps to reduce the amount of stretching and movement allowed at the area, while also providing pain relief.
Through video analysis, we analyse your running technique throughout the different phases of running. From this we can provide a detailed assessment that is used to highlight any biomechanical defects that may increase your risk of injury or be the cause of any current pain.