Are you suffering with Heel Pain?
Are you fed up with pain everyday?
Are you feeling like you can’t do the activities you want to do?
OUR HEEL PAIN PROGRAM CAN HELP YOU!
Kristi Boles, our principal Podiatrist at Patterson Allied Health, has spent the last 15 years developing the Heel Pain Program to tackle this chronic, exhausting and life limiting condition.
The Heel Pain Program treats the Inflammation and Pain in the short term, and addresses the underlying cause of the problem with ongoing support and rehabilitation of the foot to reduce the risk of the condition reoccurring in the future.
A thorough and detailed Biomechanical Assessment, Foot Posture Assessment, Injury Analysis and Gait Assessment is conducted at the initial consultation to analyse the body and diagnose the condition.
An extensive Personalised Treatment Program is designed to treat your condition, utilising Foot Mobilisation Therapy, prescribed footwear options, stretching, strengthening exercises, anti inflammatory treatments, orthotic therapy, Radial Shock Wave Therapy and Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy.
Contact Patterson Allied Health on 9776 1600 to make an appointment with one of our experienced Podiatrists.
Don't suffer from foot pain anymore!
At Patterson Allied Health you will receive care from treating nails, corns and calluses, through to medical conditions such as Diabetes and Arthritis, biomechanical and sport related problems and conditions requiring minor surgery.
Our Podiatrists are university trained health care professionals who work to keep feet healthy and functioning well. Our Podiatrists use a wide range of therapies to treat conditions related to foot structure and function.
YOUR FEET ARE THE FOUNDATION OF YOUR BODY. It is critical that professional care and attention is given to ensure correct alignment and optimal functioning.
An average person walks approximately 128,000 kilometres in a lifetime. WILL YOUR FEET LAST THE DISTANCE?
A PODIATRIST is a health professional who deals with prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of medical and surgical conditions of the feet and lower limbs.