At TFC Podiatry we provide a full and comprehensive range of gold standard foot pain treatment. Our clinics cater to a wide range of patients, with the most common presentation to our clinic being various types of foot and ankle pain. The single most common condition we see at TFC Podiatry is heel pain. The ailment affects a high percentage of people during their lives and can have a significantly negative impact on their quality of life. Our team is very experienced at diagnosing and managing foot and heel pain.
When you visit TFC Podiatry for foot pain, you can expect a thorough examination and assessment of your pain. Our Podiatrists can identify the diagnosis in most cases during the initial consultation and this will be clearly communicated to you during the appointment. Together, we build a management plan formulated for you that will help you reach your goals.
We understand that your pain and presentation is unique, and we will make your management plan specifically for you. Whether you require conservative treatment options or more advanced therapies, our Podiatrists can guide you through the process of helping with your foot pain.
Our team is very experienced at diagnosing and managing foot and heel pain.
Conservative treatment options for your foot pain include: Custom orthotics, exercise prescription and tissue rehabilitation, shockwave therapy, dry needling, soft tissue massage, functional mobilisation and many other therapies that may form part of your rehabilitation plan.
The most common reason to visit TFC podiatry is for heel pain, heel pain is often but not always cause by plantar fasciitis. Plantar fasciitis is a unique but common condition caused by a soft tissue that runs from the heel, through the arch into the ball of the foot. Plantar fasciitis can happen to adults of any age, plantar fasciitis can lead to interruptions to sport or even daily life depending on the severity of the problem. At TFC Podiatry we have treatment protocols around plantar fasciitis based on evidence and research that aim to reduce your pain and safely guide you through the rehabilitation process.