Feetness Sports Podiatry Clinic

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Do you suffer from aching feet, painful legs & a sore back? Well look no further, we have the treatment for you!

If you want better balance, posture & movement for the whole body from the bottom up! Then GaitScan is your answer...


GAITSCAN IMAGES 004The TOG GaitScan™ is an innovative diagnostic tool and digital casting device that allows practitioners to analyse patient biomechanics and order custom orthotic products. With 4096 sensors and a scan rate of 300 frames per second, GaitScan™ is the industry leader in dynamic scanning capabilities.

What does this mean for you? A new, in-depth method of assessing your gait cycle with a dynamic scan gives your health care provider access to a wealth of information that cannot be obtained with the naked eye. Over a million points of data are recorded, tracking minor flaws in your biomechanics and shedding light on issues that if left untreated, could develop into painful conditions over time.

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littlesteps2littleSTEPS® are pre-fabricated foot orthoses specifically designed for kids. littleSTEPS® provide an affordable alternative to expensive custom foot orthoses while delivering a prescription based correction. This promotes earlier intervention and treatment of many musculoskeletal conditions common to children.

littleSTEPS® provide the same functional foot control found in prescription foot orthoses.

Sizing ranges from a toddlers 8.5 through child’s size 6 (euro sizes 25-38), suiting most kids teens.

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Foot Conditions


HEEL PAIN Heel pain is quite common in active people. There are some several types of heel pain that effect many people

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BUNIONS A bunion is a condition in which the big toe is pushed towards the second toe, causing the big toe joint to veer out

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FLAT FEET Flat feet is a condition where the foot arch is absent or collapses on weight baring and or also likes to roll inwards

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