Do you have any foot problems that are causing you distress? Then you need to contact a podiatrist to treat the problem straight away. Whether it is to do with the foot, heels, toes or the ankle, we can help!
If you are experiencing foot pain, get in touch with our North Sydney podiatry clinic! Our Sydney specialist can give you the correct diagnosis and help you manage the problem. We have many years’ experience in dealing with feet problems and can advise you on the best solution.
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What are the causes of arch pain?
Gain in weight
Wearing high heels
A decrease in flexibility as you grow older
Change in your footwear
Increase in activity
Change in lifestyle
Wearing flip-flops or non-tie up footwear
Tight Achilles tendons
Most common in those aged between 30-70
What are the symptoms for arch pain?
Pain in the foot that has lasted longer than a week
Pain behind the toes
Achilles Tendon is tight
Pain in the morning
Pain in the heel
Pain under the arch of the foot
Pain after sitting
Pain while standing
Pain in the foot while crouching or standing on tip toes
How can barefeet Podiatry?
If you are located in Chatswood, Blacktown, Campbelltown, Central Coast, New South Wales or any of the surrounding areas, come and visit our Podiatry clinic to get a quick fix to your arch pain.
Whether you have a sharp pain in the arch of your foot or pain in the arch of the foot when walking, we can help you! Our professional understands the anatomy of the foot and can solve your pain under foot arch immediately, simple schedule an appointment online and we will see you as soon as possible.
What should you do next?
To get a quick solution to your arch pain, book an appointment with us at Barefeet Podiatry, just fill out our online form, and we will see you as soon as possible. Book now and you can enjoy a pain-free life!
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