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Ankle Sprains

Pain, swelling or bruising around your ankle joint? A sprained ankle can be a real problem - early management is key to recovery.

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Heel Pain

Heel pain or painful arches first thing in the morning? Pain on standing after prolonged sitting? This could be plantar fasciitis.

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Shin Splints

Do your shins ache during or after a run? Shin splint type pain should not be ignored and correct management is important.

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Stress Fractures

Pain and swelling in the foot that is getting worse with running could be a sign of a stress fracture. Early diagnosis and treatment is essential

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Forefoot Pain

Are you experiencing forefoot pain? Pain in the front of the foot could be due to a pinched nerve, tendon or muscle injury.

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Calf Muscle Problems

Sudden cramp or sharp pain in the back of your calf while exercising? You may have a calf muscle strain or tear.

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Athlete's Foot

Embarrassed by athlete's foot? Find out more about how to treat this fungal infection and how to avoid it in the first place.

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Verrucas or verrucae can be painful and infectious. A variety of treatments are available to stop them spreading.

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Blisters are the most common sports injury! Find out how to deal with them here.

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Achilles Injuries

Achilles Tendinitis, or Tendinopathy, is a common injury in runners and active people. The right treatment plan can speed your recovery

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Corns & Calluses

Corns and calluses, areas of hard skin on the foot caused by pressure can be removed easily giving instant pain relief

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Junior Athletes

 Foot and leg pain is common in junior athletes and it is important to get proper advice and treatment.

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Ingrown toe nails

Ingrowing toe-nails can be extremely painful, but there is no need to suffer. Find out how I can help.

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