Only a Runner truly understands other runners and their frustration of being injured.
Our Running Podiatrist - Craig Schooth, has a 30-year history of running, completing 10 Marathons, several half marathons as well as being former Australian Triathlon Representative.
Book an appointment with Craig today, to get your running back on track!
Sunnybank Hills Podiatry has been founded upon providing Professional and Personalised Podiatry care for all clients.
Sunnybank Hills Podiatry offers a full range of foot and lower treatments, including Bio-Mechanical Assessments, Orthotic Therapy, Foot Mobilisations and Adjustments, Running Gait Retraining & nail surgery.
4 Noelana Street
Sunnybank Hills, Qld 4109
(Sunnybank Hills Medical Centre)
Orthotic therapy describes the prescription of an in shoe device to provide pain relief and ongoing support at allow for realignment of feet, knees, hips and spine, thereby providing relief for a range of musculoskeletal problems not limited to the feet. In most cases orthotics can prevent disability and further deformity of the foot caused by incorrect biomechanics.
Our feet come in all shapes and sizes, and all function slightly differently. Similarly not all shoes are the same, especially sports shoes. Sunnybank Hills Podiatry offer an in depth knowledge of a wide range of footwear styles and can recommend appropriate footwear for your feet and lifestyle.
Nail surgery is a procedure carried out to remove part, or all of a nail. Problem nails that are commonly treated are, infected ingrown toenails and curved or distorted/thickened nails which are causing pain.
Biomechanical assessments involve a range of tests which include weight bearing and non-weight bearing activities designed to identify possible causes of your foot and lower limb pain. Typically the assessment would include a video gait analysis, passive & resisted muscle testing, skeletal alignment and joint ranges of motion assessment. The information gained from this assessment
Sports related injuries of the foot and lower limb can mostly be categorised into trauma or over-use related onset, with the vast majority of those injuries tend to fall into the category of over-use. Typically over-use type injuries are caused by either, poor technique, incorrect footwear and/ or over- training.
The unfortunate fact is that people with diabetes have the highest rate of lower limb amputation amongst the general population. Two of the main problems associated with foot complications and diabetes are, nerve damage (or a loss of feeling) as well as reduced circulation (or a loss of blood flow) to the feet.
Are those first few steps unbearable? Do you then feel better after a couple of minutes only to become painful again each time you stand after resting? Is your pain stopping you from enjoying your usual activities?