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Foot Pain

Foot pain can be caused by a number of different conditions, including inflammation, nerve damage, stress fractures, injuries or poor foot alignment. We determine the cause of your foot pain, then design a treatment, using a gentle hands on approach to correct and strengthen the foot.

Plantar Fasciitis

Caused by a misalignment of the foot and resulting in heel or arch pain due to tissue inflammation, Plantar Fasciitis can be a debilitating condition. However, addressing the issue with swiftness and appropriate measures will ensure that you are able to regain a healthy and active lifestyle.

Ankle Pain

So, you are suffering with pain in the ankle? Or maybe your ankles feel weak and it’s hard to balance because your ankles are unstable? Or maybe you have had an ankle injury, been told you have healed but the ankle is not functioning like it used to? Finding the cause of this dysfunction is the key to putting a spring back in your step.

Knee Pain

Knee pain is one of the most common conditions we treat. The foot bone is connected to the knee bone (as the song goes). To have good functioning knees you need good functioning feet!


Sometimes resulting in a bony growth and quite possibly pain and osteoarthritis, bunions are the deviation of the big toe towards the middle of the foot, and are caused by the way a person walks or stands. Gentle foot mobilisation therapy will realign the joint into the correct position and then strengthen the muscles surrounding it for further reinforcement.

Heel Pain

The main underlying cause of heel pain is misalignment of the bones of your foot and ankle that leads to compensation of the soft tissues around the heel area, which in turn leads to micro tears in the tissue and inflammation that leads to pain. This misalignment affects the way you stand and the way that you walk. We use gentle hands on techniques to correct the alignment and then we reinforce this position by strengthening the muscles that surround the relevant joints. 

Shin Pain

Shin pain is a common complaint in athletes, sport participants and active individuals. Pain along the inside of the shin has been historically termed ‘shin splints’. However, there are many different injuries which come under the umbrella of ‘shin splints’. Accurate diagnosis is needed if treatment is to be successful.  Shin pain should not be ignored and early and appropriate treatment will help to ensure a full and speedy recovery.


The more common type of arthritis, Osteoarthritis is the degeneration of the bone due to lessening levels of synovial fluid, which acts as a lubricant for the bone and decreases its wear and tear. FMT will help to stimulate the flow of this fluid back into the bone to prevent any irreversible damage.

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