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  • Specialised in all aspects of foot care.
  • Devoted to the diagnosis, treatment and care of all foot and ankle injuries and pathologies.
  • Diabetic Foot Management: Prevention and treatment of foot ulcers including debridement (surgical and chemical), and wound care.
  • Management of foot conditions related to osteoporosis and arthritis.
  • Dealing with all kinds of foot fractures
  • Management of all sports injuries related to the foot and ankle.
  • Specialised in corrective surgeries for foot cases such as halux valgus and ingrown toenails.
  • Treatment of a wide range of nail conditions.

Conditions commonly seen by Podiatrists:

  • Diabetic Foot Care: Ulcer debridement (Surgical, Chemical), and reducing increased plantar foot pressures using insoles and orthotics. Inclusive of annual vascular and neurological assessments of the lower limb, and optimal wound dressings.
  • Biomechanics:
  • Assessing and improving foot and lower limb function.
  • Treating Foot Pain such as Plantar Fasciitis, tendonitis, heel spurs, flat feet and different foot deformities.
  • Orthotics, insoles and footwear modification.
  • Podopaediatric Problems.
  • Nail Problems including Onychauxis (thick hard nails), Onychocryptosis (ingrown toe nails) and others.
  • Routine Podiatric treatment for corn and callus ( Sharp debridement, reducing pressure from area, and advice).
  • Treatment of Verruca and Warts.
  • Conservative management of different foot pathologies (Hallux Valgus (Bunions), Hallux Rigidus, Plantar Fasciitis, Overuse injuries, etc).

Surgical procedures performed by Orthopaedic/Podiatry:

  • Digital deformity Procedures (Hallux Valgus, Hallux Rigidus, and lesser toe procedures).
  • First Ray Procedures.
  • Soft Tissue Procedures (Tarsal tunnel syndrome, corn excision, wart excision).
  • Foot Fracture fixation.
  • Ankle scopes.
  • Surgical management of plantar digital neuromas.

Surgical procedures performed by Vascular surgery/ Podiatry:

  • Wound debridement and lesser toe amputations.