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For most disorders there is more than one form of treatment and management of foot and ankle problems may involve surgery, medicines, casts or splints and allied therapies. We will discuss the merits of surgical treatment options for your individual case and help you to select the best treatment plan. Surgery should never be the first line of treatment, in fact should be avoided where necessary. However, where foot surgery is required, Kensington Podiatry will direct you to the best surgeon for you.

What We Treat

Podiatric surgeons deal with bone, joint, ligament, muscle and tendon pathology of the foot and ankle, including:

  • Structural deformities, including bunions, hammertoes, painful flat foot and high arched foot deformity
  • Bone spurs
  • Heel pain
  • Nerve entrapments
  • Tendon and soft tissue problems
  • Degeneration and arthrosis of the joints of the foot and ankle
  • Skin and nail conditions
  • Congenital deformities
  • Trauma-related injuries, including fractures and dislocations and posttraumatic arthrosis
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