Foot Pain Treatment in Adelaide

Foot Pain Treatment in Adelaide

Sometimes the foot pain you may be experiencing could be due to past injuries or underlying conditions. At Keep Me Walking Podiatry in Adelaide, we will assess your pain and choose a suitable treatment plan for your specific condition.

Why Choose KMW for Foot Pain Treatment:

At Keep Me Walking Podiatry we understand that pain can be very different between individuals. Aches, shooting pain or numbness…pain in the feet can present in many different forms. This is why at Keep Me Walking Podiatry we will assess your specific situation and work on a tailored plan that suits your needs and helps with your symptoms.

How do we diagnose feet pain in our patients?

• Gait or walking assessment
• Assessment of medical conditions regarding the pain
• Checking the range of motion at the joints of the lower limb
• Assessment of imaging such as x-rays and ultrasounds

Pain in the arch and feet may present as an ache, burn, shooting pain, or pain with movement in some instances.


Treatment Options:

Some treatments at Keep Me Walking Podiatry in Adelaide may include;

Exercise &

Shoe wear adjustment

Weight-bearing Modification

Ankle straps


These are some of the treatment methods that are used to deal with pain in the flat feet. However, every person is different. It is important first to have an assessment to understand the pain better and formulate a personalized treatment plan.
At Keep Me Walking Podiatry in Adelaide, we can help you with the treatment and prevention of foot pain and foot wart. Call us on 1800962113 to make a booking today.

Frequently Asked Questions

A foot pain is because of a physical issue or abuse, it will frequently answer well to rest and cold treatment. Keep away from exercises that can deteriorate your feet pain, and put ice on your foot for 15 to 20 minutes a few times each day.
The pain in your feet can travel to your legs and cause leg pain and muscle weakness. It can be the result of imbalance due to foot problems. You are more likely to suffer accidents and injuries if your feet are not aligned with the rest of your body.
Plantar fasciitis is the most common cause of feet pain, according to the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons. The condition happens when the plantar fascia on the lower of the foot becomes inflamed. This ligament is responsible for supporting the feet's arch or pain.
The following are part of the manners in which heart conditions can cause leg pain and feet pain: Congestive heart breakdown: If your heart doesn't pump as well, you can experience leg and feet pain.
Many people think that pain in the feet is normal and continue to push through their daily life with foot pain. Sometimes after a long day, its normal to feel some pain the feet. However over time if you are having constant foot pain you should get some medical attention to avoid long term chronic pain.
If your feet hurt it is important to know what type of pain you are experiencing. Different types of pain may allude to different conditions. This is why it is very important to have your foot pain checked by a podiatrist.

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