Podiatry Services

General Podiatry

At Chris Morey Podiatry, all aspects of General Podiatry & foot care are covered including:

  • Plantar wart treatment

  • Fungal nail management

  • Ingrown nail treatment

  • Treatment for cracked & painful heels

 

  • Nail treatment

  • Corn removal

  • Thick skin and

       callus reduction

  • Tinea treatment

  • Paraffin wax bath

 

Diabetic Foot Care

If you have diabetes, your feet are at risk of serious complications including permanent damage to nerves and reduced blood flow to the feet.

 

Assessment by a Podiatrist can quickly and easily detect any changes  to blood flow and sensation in the feet. Early signs of complications can often be detected without the patient experiencing any symptoms. Early  assessment by a Podiatrist is very important and can help to prevent any serious complications at a later date.

Shockwave Therapy

Used all over the world to treat chronic musculoskeletal conditions, Chris Morey Podiatry is excited to now offer this treatment. Please click the box below for more information

 

Orthotics

We use orthotics to treat a wide range of foot and lower limb conditions by supporting and correcting foot posture

 

The team at Chris Morey Podiatry are able to assess the biomechanics of your feet to determine if you would benefit from orthotics and provide a range of orthotic options from off the shelf through to fully customised.

 

 

Sports Injuries

Some of the most common sport related injuries a Podiatrist will treat include:

  • Heel & arch pain

  • Plantar fasciitis

  • Achilles pain

  • Ankle pain

  • Ankle sprains

  • Ball of the foot pain

  • Big toe pain

  • Leg pain / Shin splints

  • Stress fractures of the foot

  • Calf pain

  • CAM walker fitting

Ingrown Nails & Nail Surgery

Ingrown toenails are one of the most common complaints that we see as Podiatrists.

If you suspect an ingrown toenail, it is advisable to see a Podiatrist as quickly as possible to prevent it worsening and the creation of an even larger problem.

 

There are a number of possible treatments for ingrown nails and in many cases surgery is not required. Most toes can be addressed in a single consultation without the need for follow up