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Do you have muscle, joint or bony pain in your feet, heels, ankles, lower leg, knee, upper leg or hips?
Everyday movement can affect your feet, leading to problems such as cracked heels, ingrown toenails and callouses.
Some children develop an unusual gait or walking and running style which makes it difficult to enjoy exercise and join in activities with other children.
Diabetes can cause reduced blood flow to the lower legs and feet, causing significant muscle cramping after only a short period of activity.
Pain and chronic inflammation of the plantar fascia (heel pain) is generally located on the bottom of the heel.
Nails that are discoloured, thickened, damaged and crumbly are clear signs of fungal infection.
Updated 20th of April, 2020
Firstly, we would like to acknowledge and thank all our patients who have shown or communicated their care and support, during this most challenging time.
Together, we can all contribute significantly to the slow down of the spread of this virus.
At Feet First Podiatry, our highest priority is patient treatment care in an environment that enables the best patient and staff safety.
We are committed to continuing to provide podiatry health services to those in need (as encouraged by The Hon Greg Hunt, Australian Minister for Health on the 23rd March).
Patients are encouraged to heed the recommendations for those over the age of seventy (70), and over the age of 60 with underlying chronic risk factors, to self isolate. If you are in one of these categories and require podiatric care, please call or email so we can discuss the options we have available to meet your foot care needs whilst minimising your risk of exposure to COVID-19.
In this ever changing environment, we continue to strive to stay abreast of all COVID-19 updates and are constantly reviewing our protocols relating to both the set up of our clinics and our offsite visits to provide podiatry health services in a most responsible way. https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19
For our patients visiting the clinics, thank you for continuing to respect and abide by all infection controls in place, and for taking instruction from our staff relating to our onsite protocols and procedures.
Please click here and close this window (X in the top right corner of this window) to read in more detail about the changes we have made and how important it is that our patients continue to abide by these safety measures during these times of health emergency for our communities.
Thank you again.
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