Borders Podiatry & Chiropody


What to expect during your Podiatry appointment

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When your podiatrist arrives they will take a brief medical history and discuss your sporting activities, as this may play a large part in the development of your injury. Your podiatrist will then perform a number of assessments, for example, small joint, foot function, biomechanical and gait analysis assessments. Our biomechanical specialist Dan Broadhead is one of the few Podiatrists who is trained in foot mobilisation and manipulation so if your problem is due to a restriction or limitation in joint range of motion he will perform manipulations that will help. Your appointment will last as long as required but typially will be 30 - 45 minutes.

 

Following your assessment, your Podiatrist will diagnose your problem and provide treatment which may be in the form of padding and strapping, foot manipulation, foot orthotics, exercise and stretching programmes. If foot orthotics are required then your Podiatrist will discuss the options and pricing with you.

 

If you are not able to make your appointment we ask that you notify us as soon as possible so we can offer the appointment to another patient.

Contact Info

Phone: 01835 870414
Mobile: 07915 605145
Web: www.borderspodiatry.com
Email: info@borderspodiatry.com

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