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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 15th of October, 2021
Thank you to all our patients from everyone in the team at Feet First Podiatry for your support and cooperation with our onsite health and safety protocols.
We are excited, like you at the re-opening of NSW, and look forward to seeing both new and familiar faces in our clinics over the coming months.
At Feet First Podiatry we have traversed the lockdown period without incident, thanks to these exemplary protocols!
So even though we are exiting ‘lockdown’, all these precautions which have kept us all so safe, will largely continue unchanged, and we look forward to the same support and cooperation you have shown so far.
We will continue to stay abreast of all COVID-19 updates and remain compliant with all public health orders, making changes only as and when needs be.
It is our hope, that like our team, our patients and their families and friends, will continue to comply with all NSW Health advice – as we all know, now is not the time for complacency!
So just a reminder of some of these key measures that you can trust us to continue;
Let’s all do our best to look after each other and avoid the spread of Covid-19, as we enjoy being out and about more in the coming months.