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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 13th of June , 2022
Our clinics will be closed on Tuesday June 13 for a major computer software upgrade, to make an enquiry please call 02 9564573 as our telephones will be attended.
In accordance with the public health order and NSW health the correct wearing of a face mask remains a Feet First Podiatry condition of entry, to be on our premises. If you have a lawful reason for not being able to wear a face mask, please inform our customer service team of this situation BEFORE making an appointment (or attending, if you have already made an appointment) so that we may discuss how best to assist you to receive Podiatry care.
We 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. ~FFP staff Thank You for your ongoing support and cooperation~
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