Is Foot or Ankle Pain Holding You Back? Chronic foot and ankle pain can severely limit your ability to enjoy the activities you love. Whether it's walking, running, or simply going about your daily routine, the constant discomfort can take a toll on your quality of life.
At our state-of-the-art facility, our dedicated team of orthopaedic surgeons specialise in foot and ankle replacement surgery. Our goal is to help you regain pain-free movement and restore optimal functionality to your feet and ankles.
By utilising the latest advancements in surgical techniques and prosthetic devices, we strive to provide our patients with lasting solutions to their foot and ankle problems.
We understand that each case is unique, and our experienced surgeons take a personalised approach to your care. From the initial consultation to post-surgery recovery, our team will be with you every step of the way.
We work closely to understand your specific condition, goals, and concerns in order to create a treatment plan that best suits your individual needs.
A foot and ankle pain clinic is a specialised medical facility or department that focuses on the diagnosis, treatment, and management of conditions and injuries related to the feet and ankles.
Foot and ankle pain clinics commonly treat conditions such as plantar fasciitis, ankle sprains, Achilles tendonitis, bunions, neuropathy, and various other foot and ankle disorders.
You can make an appointment by contacting us on 01689 490 111 directly or obtaining a referral from your GP consultant.
During your initial visit, a healthcare provider will conduct a thorough examination, review your medical history, and may recommend imaging tests such as X-rays or MRIs to diagnose your condition.
Yes, these clinics offer non-surgical treatments such as physiotherapy, custom orthotics, medications, injections, and lifestyle modifications to manage pain and improve foot and ankle function.
The recovery process depends on the type of surgery performed. Rehabilitation, physiotherapy, and post-operative care are typically involved, and recovery times can vary widely.
Yes, these clinics often offer services for individuals looking to optimise their foot and ankle health, such as preventive exercises, footwear advice, and diabetic foot care.
In many cases, a referral from a primary care physician is not necessary to visit a specialist at a foot and ankle pain clinic. However, it’s advisable to check with the clinic’s policies and your insurance provider for specific requirements.
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