At the Foot Rehabilitation Centre, appointments are dedicated to helping you prevent, manage and overcome lower limb problems and foot pain.
Why visit our centre?
In some cases, the way your feet function can lead to debilitating pain and the inability to participate in, and enjoy life.
In other cases you may have noticed (or a family member or friend has pointed out) that your feet look different, even though you aren’t experiencing any pain.
A visit to a Foot Factor Podiatrist will set you on the right path to help relieve your pain, give you advise on managing concerns regarding walking and your feet; and advise how to prevent potential injuries occurring.
When you visit a podiatrist for foot pain or another condition, we firstly spend time to find out about you.
We will ask why you booked your appointment; where your pain is; how long you have had this pain and how it is affecting you. During your appointment, you’ll discuss what your specific concerns are regarding your feet and how you are walking; who you have sought help from previously and what has or hasn’t helped. This information is necessary for us to help you.
Your podiatrist will also observe you standing and walking to assess your whole body (foot, knee, hip, back and shoulder) alignment. Afterwards, he or she will examine your unique foot structure, how your individual joints move and how the muscles are functioning around them.
You will also discuss your footwear, including work, casual and exercise footwear options.
You can trust that the Podiatrists at Foot Factor will provide you with clear, honest and experienced advice. We will provide step by step, individualised treatment plans that may involve exercise programs with strengthening and stretching, footwear advice or shoe inserts, mobilisation and manipulation, dry needling, fascial release and massage.
Our aim is to help you get back to participating fully and enjoying your life again.
Take a look at some of the types of concerns people present with for Foot Rehabilitation Treatment at Foot Factor Podiatry:
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Visit a podiatrist for foot pain or to discuss any other concerns you have about your feet.
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