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Role of a Podiatrist

A Podiatrist is a specialised medical practitioner.

A Podiatrist deals with the diagnosis, prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of foot and lower limb.

A Podiatrist is capable of preventing, treating and relieving foot disorders and their symptoms.

A Podiatrist cares for feet medically from initial consultation to check-ups to surgery.

A Podiatrist is not a pedicurist, and will not massage the feet or varnish toenails.

A Podiatrist is not concerned with the aesthetics of the feet.

A Podiatrist is concerned with what matters most: the comfort and health of the patient's feet.

Treatments at FootWise

General Treatment

General treatments are the first appointment for first-time patients or for a regular check-up of a FootWise patient. The general treatment is an overall examination and maintenance of the health of the patient's feet.

Such a consultation may include the following procedures:

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To make an appointment, give us a call and tell us what time suits you.

Also available to all patients wishing to receive a general treatment is a home visit.

Specialised Treatments

The specialised treatments offered at FootWise Podiatry Centre are:

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For any questions about our services or treatment procedures, give us a call.