Joints, Muscles & Bones (Biomechanical)

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Foot & Ankle Pain

At My Podiatrist Canberra we treat foot & ankle pain. By addressing the root causes of issues, we help individuals regain mobility, alleviate discomfort, and improve their overall quality of life.

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Heel Pain (Plantar Fasciitis)

Heel or arch pain can be a debilitating condition that significantly affects an individual’s mobility and overall quality of life. We have extensive experience in the treatment of Plantar Fasciitis.

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Flat Feet (Overpronation)

Overpronation is a common foot condition where the arches of the feet collapse, causing the feet to roll inward excessively when walking or running. This results in an increased medial pressure and injury.

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Limb Length Differences

A limb length difference (LLD) refers to an inequality in the length of the legs. Limb length differences can causes back pain, leg pain and changes in gait.

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Bunions

Bunions are bony deformities that form at the base of the big toe joint. A bunion occurs when the big toe leans toward the second toe, causing the base of the bone to stick out. Bunions tend to get worse in time unless addressed.

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Knee & Back Pain

Podiatrists play a crucial role in addressing knee and back pain by examining and addressing alignment issues in the feet, ankles, and lower extremities.

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Forefoot Pain

Forefoot pain refers to discomfort or pain located in the front part of the foot, encompassing the area between the toes and the metatarsal bones.

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Joints, Muscles & Bones

At My Podiatrist Canberra, we recognise the importance of addressing issues in joints, muscles & bones and well as their underlying biomechanical causes to enhance overall foot function, alleviate pain, and improve mobility. Our approach involves a comprehensive and personalised treatment plan designed to address the unique biomechanical needs of each individual.

We conduct thorough biomechanical assessments to evaluate the structure and function of your feet and lower limbs. This involves analysing gait patterns, foot alignment, joint mobility, and muscle strength. The goal is to identify any irregularities or imbalances contributing to biomechanical issues.

Here are some common biomechanical issues that we treat at My Podiatrist Canberra:

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Foot & Ankle Pain

At My Podiatrist Canberra we treat foot and ankle pain. By addressing the root causes of foot and ankle pain, podiatrists can help individuals regain mobility, alleviate..
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Heel Pain (Plantar Fasciitis)

Heel or arch pain can be a debilitating condition that significantly affects an individual’s mobility and overall quality of life.
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Flat Feet (Overpronation)

Overpronation is a common foot condition where the arches of the feet collapse, causing the feet to roll inward excessively when walking or running. This results in an increased …
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Limb Length Differences

A limb length difference (LLD) refers to an inequality in the length of the legs. Limb length differences can be categorised into two main types: structural and functional.
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Bunions

Bunions are bony deformities that form at the base of the big toe joint. A bunion occurs when the big toe leans toward the second toe, causing the base of the bone to stick out.
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Knee & Back Pain

Podiatrists play a crucial role in addressing knee and back pain by examining and addressing alignment issues in the feet, ankles, and lower extremities. Here’s how we can help:
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Forefoot Pain

Forefoot pain refers to discomfort or pain located in the front part of the foot, encompassing the area between the toes and the metatarsal bones. The forefoot is …