PCP can help you with many of the following common problems that may affect your lifestyle:

Achilles Pain
Achilles tendinitis is a common injury, particularly for middle aged athletes, and usually results from overtraining. 

Ankle sprain and pains
Ankle pain is normally caused from an accident, when walking on uneven surfaces, playing sports or someone standing on the foot. 

Arch pain or Plantar Fasciitis
Arch pain (usually Plantar Fasciitis) is pain that is usually felt first thing in the morning or after rising up from a prolonged resting position. The pain is found to increase following an increase in activity. 

Bunions
What is a bunion, how do you know you have one and what can be done to treat or prevent it? 
We can help assess your needs with non-surgical treatments available.
 
Calf Strain
Pain in the calf muscle can happen in upper, mid or lower calf. Pain can be caused by an accident, overuse, training error, poor biomechanics (e.g. abnormal pronation), muscle imbalance or poor flexibility. 

Corns and Callus Pain
Corns and Calluses are one of the most common foot problems that Podiarists treat. Treatment is usually pain free, and gives instant relief. 

Crack Heels or Fissures
Cracked heels are a common foot problem often caused by dry skin around the heel, which can be further complicated by the presence of callous around the heel. 

Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS)
DOMS is a type of muscle soreness that sets in hours after exercise. 
Call us for help in this area.
 
Diabetic Foot Care
Diabetes Mellitus is a disease that affects the way the body uses food. The food we eat is converted into sugar (also known as glucose) by a hormone called insulin. 

Flat Feet Treatment (Pronation)
Flat feet and pronation are terms often used but poorly understood from a medical point of view. 

Fungal Toe Nails
Fungal nail infections are very common. The infection causes thickened, discoloration and at times deformity of nails. 

Ganglion Cyst
A ganglion cyst is a benign tumor, or lump that can occur anywhere on the body but most commonly found on the hands and on the feet. 

Hallux Limitus, big toe joint pain
Pain and Restricted Movement in the Big Toe Joint. 

Ingrown Nails
Ingrown nails are very painful. Treatment is easy, cost effective and in most cases you can be back to work the next day. 

Hamstring Tear or pain
A hamstring tear is a pull at the back of the upper leg. The causes of a hamstring tear are a tight nerve, sprain, sudden stop and start, poor muscle strength imbalance, inflexibility, training error, wrong shoes, overuse. 

Heel Pain or Plantar Fasciitis
Plantar Fasciitis (Heel Pain) is one of the most common foot conditions that Podiatrists deal with. A pain in the heel which is usually most painful first thing in the morning... 

Knee Pain
Gradual onset knee pain often indicates a biomechanical cause for the pain. If your knee pain is not a result of an acute injury a biomechanical examination may uncover the cause of your pain. 

Lower Back Pain
As Podiatrists we often see people who have had lower back pain for many years, and often without any specific incidence of injury that started the pain. Because feet are the foundation for your body it make sense to start there when looking for the cause of lower back pain. 

Forefoot Pain, Morton's Neuroma
Morton's Neuroma is a painful condition of the forefoot or the "ball of the foot".

Severs Disease
Heel pain in children is most often Sever's Disease. Although Sever's can be extremely painful the symptoms can be treated successfully. 

Rheumatoid Arthritis, Joint Pain
Rheumatoid Arthritis is a condition that causes inflammation in many joints of the body. Unlike osteoarthritis which is caused by wear and tear, rheumatoid arthritis is a chronic inflammatory disease where a faulty immune system attacks the tissue that lines and cushions the joints, leaving them swollen, painful and stiff. 

Shin Splints or Shin Pain
Shin Splints is a common term, but not an actual injury, or condition. There are many injuries that fall into the broad term shin splints... 

Thick Toe Nails (Thickened Nails)
Thickened toenails are very common and can become problematic as they can be very difficult to cut with normal nail clippers. 

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