Podiatrist Coffs Harbour & Woolgoolga – Karin Sutton is the head of Podiatry at CCSP she has a special interest in Sports and Family Podiatry…

 

Sports podiatrists have a special interest in the diagnosis and treatment of foot and lower limb pain and injuries. Podiatrists specialise in understanding lower limb biomechanics and an appointment with a podiatrists may include:

 

• Comprehensive history taking
• Walking gait analysis
• Running gait analysis
• Digital video gait analysis with dartfish computer software and treadmill
• Detailed biomechanical assessment looking at how the joints and muscles in your foot and lower limb are functioning.
• Identification of dysfunctional structures causing pain
• Specific diagnosis
• Detailed management plan

 

Management plan may include:

• Stretching and strengthening regime
• Running style modifications
• Footwear changes or prescription
• Orthotic therapy

 

Conditions we treat:

• Plantar fasciitis
• Heel pain
• Achilles tendonopathy
• Shin splints/medial tibial stress syndrome
• Bursitis
• Knee pain
• Mortons neuroma
• Bunion pain
• Patellar tracking
• ITB syndrome

 

Podiatrist Coffs Harbour and all aspects of Podiatry.

The below is taken from The Australian Podiatry Association and has some great information if you wish to read on.

 

Podiatry is all about foot health and can act as a key tool in detecting other medical conditions.

Podiatrists are qualified health professionals specialising in the prevention, diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation and surgical conditions of feet and lower limbs.

The Podiatrist’s Scope of Practice includes paediatrics, diabetes, sports injuries, structural problems (biomechanics), treatment of the elderly and general foot care. The complex mechanics of feet (52 bones, a network of muscles, joints and ligaments) and a wide range of foot problems (over 200 identified conditions) demand professional expertise.

Australian Podiatry Association (NSW&ACT) members practise under a strict code of ethics and adhere to compulsory  infection control guidelines of the NSW Department of Health.

– See more at: http://www.podiatry.asn.au/#sthash.IQEdB0TN.dpuf

Podiatrist Coffs Harbour & Woolgoolga – Karin Sutton is the head of Podiatry at CCSP she has a special interest in Sports and Family Podiatry…

 

Sports podiatrists have a special interest in the diagnosis and treatment of foot and lower limb pain and injuries. Podiatrists specialise in understanding lower limb biomechanics and an appointment with a podiatrists may include:

 

• Comprehensive history taking
• Walking gait analysis
• Running gait analysis
• Digital video gait analysis with dartfish computer software and treadmill
• Detailed biomechanical assessment looking at how the joints and muscles in your foot and lower limb are functioning.
• Identification of dysfunctional structures causing pain
• Specific diagnosis
• Detailed management plan

 

Management plan may include:

• Stretching and strengthening regime
• Running style modifications
• Footwear changes or prescription
• Orthotic therapy

 

Conditions we treat:

• Plantar fasciitis
• Heel pain
• Achilles tendonopathy
• Shin splints/medial tibial stress syndrome
• Bursitis
• Knee pain
• Mortons neuroma
• Bunion pain
• Patellar tracking
• ITB syndrome

 

Podiatrist Coffs Harbour and all aspects of Podiatry.

The below is taken from The Australian Podiatry Association and has some great information if you wish to read on.

 

Podiatry is all about foot health and can act as a key tool in detecting other medical conditions.

Podiatrists are qualified health professionals specialising in the prevention, diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation and surgical conditions of feet and lower limbs.

The Podiatrist’s Scope of Practice includes paediatrics, diabetes, sports injuries, structural problems (biomechanics), treatment of the elderly and general foot care. The complex mechanics of feet (52 bones, a network of muscles, joints and ligaments) and a wide range of foot problems (over 200 identified conditions) demand professional expertise.

Australian Podiatry Association (NSW&ACT) members practise under a strict code of ethics and adhere to compulsory  infection control guidelines of the NSW Department of Health.

– See more at: http://www.podiatry.asn.au/#sthash.IQEdB0TN.dpuf

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