Griffith Foot Clinic is a locally owned and operated service that offers afriendly and reliable team to assist you with any needs.
Bunions are often seen as a bump on the side of the big toe. A bunion occurs when the joint at the base of your big toe becomes enlarged, sore and swollen.
Children are naturally active and activity is something we all encourage in our children. However, sometimes children experience problems with their feet and lower limbs.
Diabetics need to take great care of their feet to prevent serious complications. Diabetes causes damage to the nerves and the blood supply.
Most feet have an arch on the inside of the foot; however, some children have flat feet, also known as fallen arches or pes planus.
Feet allow us to stand, walk, run and jump so it is understandable that you can experience foot pain.
Heel and arch pain can affect men and women of all ages. The most common forms of heel pain are Plantar Fasciosis, and Sever’s Disease.
The average person will walk around 128,000kms in a life time – that’s more than three times around the earth – so it is not surprising that you can sometimes suffer pain.
Many people underestimate the power of proper lacing. Instead of over tightening your shoes, try these simple techniques to ensure a secure fit.
A neuroma is the inflammation and thickening of a nerve often causing discomfort and pain. A neuroma can present in several locations in the foot.
Toenail problems tend to be more common with advancing age. Problems include fungal infection, nail deformities and brittle nails.
Plantar fasciosis or more correctly Plantar fasciitis which is often referred to as ‘stone bruise’ or ‘heel spurs’ is an inflammation or irritation of the plantar fascia that extends from the heel to the toes.
PTTD is the inflammation and/or degeneration of the posterior tibial muscle tendon. This can be a painful condition where structures supporting the arch fail and cause flat feet in adults.
Severs’ Disease (Calcaneal Apophysitis) is the inflammation of the heels growth plate due to muscle strain and repetitive stress.
Sport forms a large and important part of many people’s lives.
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