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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 27th of July, 2020
To help stop the spread of Covid-19 in NSW, at Feet First Podiatry we continue to be vigilant.
In accordance with NSW Health recommendations made on the 24th of July, all patients, visitors, and staff are currently required to wear a face mask at all times, masks will be issued on arrival and we ask that it is not removed while in clinic.
We also have additional screening questions in place when making and confirming appointments, these only take a moment and your cooperation is appreciated.
Social distancing, hand hygiene and increased disinfecting of surfaces and all equipment remain equally important and monitored by our staff.
If you are self isolating 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.
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.
We will continue to stay abreast of all COVID-19 updates and review our protocols relating to both the set up of our clinics and our offsite visits according to government recommendations. https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19
Please click here and close this window (X in the top right corner of this window) to read in more detail the measures we have in place to help protect you and our community.
Thank you again for your patience, understanding and support to help keep NSW safe.
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