Biomechanical Assessment for Foot Pain
What problems can be treated?
Whether you have sore heels, aching arches, pain in the ball of your foot, sore toes or want to know why you build up hard skin in areas, a biomechanical assessment will find out why.
Why do I need a biomechanical assessment?
Our feet carry a lot of responsibility every day. If they are out of alignment, the rest of the body is likely to be, as well.
How it works…
Come and see one of our fully qualified podiatrists in either Royal Oak. They will assess your lower limb to see what isn't functioning optimally. If one muscle or joint is dysfunctional it can lead to compensation movements and pain throughout the lower limb and even the spine. Your personal podiatrist will work with you to put a treatment plan in place. We believe in a conservative approach to get optimal results without you spending all your hard-earned cash.