B. Skin & Nail Conditions:
  • Corns & calluses
  • Warts
  • Athlete's foot, aka tinea pedis
  • Onychocryptosis, aka ingrown toe nails
  • Onychomycosis, aka fungal nails
  • Thick toe nails (there are many conditions ranging from the benign to seriously life threatening that can manifest in thickened nails. Some conditions will be referred to specialist doctors)
  • Diabetic wounds (some patients will be advised to seek specialist treatment at a diabetes clinic in a hospital or local area health high-risk foot clinic, depending on their risk status)
A. Musculo-skeletal Conditions:

This is a list of conditions that Family & Sports Podiatry addresses frequently. It is by no means exhaustive but can be used as a general guide. Self-diagnosis is a serious issue that patients must avoid. Visitors to this website are reminded that any information here is for general knowledge only and cannot, & must not, be used for self-diagnosis & treatment.

2. Sporting Injuries:
  • Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome (example, shin splint)
  • Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome, aka Runner’s knee
  • Achilles tendinopathy
  • Ankle sprains

1. General Wear & Tear Conditions:

  • Plantar fasciitis, aka Heel Spur Syndrome, aka heel pain
  • Heel fat pad contusion/injury/pain aka Policeman’s heel
  • Toe deformities
  • Arthritis in joints of feet
  • Generalised pain due to flat feet
  • Tibialis posterior dysfunction, aka Adult acquired Flat Foot Syndrome
  • Morten’sNeuroma, aka  interdigital perineural fibroma (more accurate name)

3. Children & Adolescent’s Conditions:  

  • Growing pains
  • Tarsal coalitions
  • Sever’s syndrome
  • Osgood-Schlatter’s Syndrome
  • Gait concerns: in-toed or out-toed
  • Freiberg’s infarction, aka Freiberg’s infraction
  • Knocked knees, aka genu valgum. Bow legs, aka genu varum