Corns and Calluses Penrith – Blue Mountains Podiatry

Corns and Calluses near PenrithOur team at Blue Mountains Podiatry provide expert and friendly podiatry care for corns and calluses in Penrith and the surrounding communities.About Corns & CallusesCorns A corn is a centralised mass of hard skin which generally occurs around high pressure areas such as under the ball of the foot, between toes or on the side of toes where a shoe may rub. Corns can be very painful and need to be addressed as soon as possible to prevent further tissue break down.Can a corn be treated? Yes, at Blue Mountains Podiatry people present to our clinic with corns daily, and in our experienced therapists can easily remove a corn with a sterile blade. The process is pain free and occurs within a couple of minutes. We then examine what is causing the corn in the first place and put together strategies to help stop it returning in the future.Callus A callus is where the skin becomes thickened and hard. Callus will occur at points of high pressure such as under the ball of the foot or under the heel. Poor footwear choices and poor foot mechanics commonly lead to callus build up.Can Calluses be treated? Yes, within minutes a specialised therapist at Blue Mountains Podiatry can remove a callus with a sterile blade, pain free. You will walk out feeling lighter and much more comfortable than when you walked in! We then need to work out what is causing your callus and put together a treatment strategy to prevent it from returning.Don’t let corns and callus prevent you performing the activities you love.Phone our office at Blue Mountains Podiatry for expert treatment and attention – We are in 3 locations – Faulconbridge (02 4751-7583), Lithgow (02 6352-5685) and Katoomba (02 4782-6169).

Corns and Calluses Blackheath – Blue Mountains Podiatry

Corns and Calluses near BlackheathOur team at Blue Mountains Podiatry provide expert and friendly podiatry care for corns and calluses in Blackheath and the surrounding communities.About Corns & CallusesCorns A corn is a centralised mass of hard skin which generally occurs around high pressure areas such as under the ball of the foot, between toes or on the side of toes where a shoe may rub. Corns can be very painful and need to be addressed as soon as possible to prevent further tissue break down.Can a corn be treated? Yes, at Blue Mountains Podiatry people present to our clinic with corns daily, and in our experienced therapists can easily remove a corn with a sterile blade. The process is pain free and occurs within a couple of minutes. We then examine what is causing the corn in the first place and put together strategies to help stop it returning in the future.Callus A callus is where the skin becomes thickened and hard. Callus will occur at points of high pressure such as under the ball of the foot or under the heel. Poor footwear choices and poor foot mechanics commonly lead to callus build up.Can Calluses be treated? Yes, within minutes a specialised therapist at Blue Mountains Podiatry can remove a callus with a sterile blade, pain free. You will walk out feeling lighter and much more comfortable than when you walked in! We then need to work out what is causing your callus and put together a treatment strategy to prevent it from returning.Don’t let corns and callus prevent you performing the activities you love.Call our clinic at Blue Mountains Podiatry for professional care and attention – We are in 3 locations – Faulconbridge (02 4751-7583), Lithgow (02 6352-5685) and Katoomba (02 4782-6169).

Corns and Calluses Katoomba – Blue Mountains Podiatry

Corns and Calluses near KatoombaOur team at Blue Mountains Podiatry provide expert and friendly podiatry care for corns and calluses in Katoomba and the surrounding communities.About Corns & CallusesCorns A corn is a centralised mass of hard skin which generally occurs around high pressure areas such as under the ball of the foot, between toes or on the side of toes where a shoe may rub. Corns can be very painful and need to be addressed as soon as possible to prevent further tissue break down.Can a corn be treated? Yes, at Blue Mountains Podiatry people present to our clinic with corns daily, and in our experienced therapists can easily remove a corn with a sterile blade. The process is pain free and occurs within a couple of minutes. We then examine what is causing the corn in the first place and put together strategies to help stop it returning in the future.Callus A callus is where the skin becomes thickened and hard. Callus will occur at points of high pressure such as under the ball of the foot or under the heel. Poor footwear choices and poor foot mechanics commonly lead to callus build up.Can Calluses be treated? Yes, within minutes a specialised therapist at Blue Mountains Podiatry can remove a callus with a sterile blade, pain free. You will walk out feeling lighter and much more comfortable than when you walked in! We then need to work out what is causing your callus and put together a treatment strategy to prevent it from returning.Don’t let corns and callus prevent you performing the activities you love.Contact the team at Blue Mountains Podiatry for professional treatment and attention – We are in 3 locations – Faulconbridge (02 4751-7583), Lithgow (02 6352-5685) and Katoomba (02 4782-6169).

Corns and Calluses Blaxland – Blue Mountains Podiatry

Corns and Calluses near BlaxlandOur team at Blue Mountains Podiatry provide expert and friendly podiatry care for corns and calluses in Blaxland and the surrounding communities.About Corns & CallusesCorns A corn is a centralised mass of hard skin which generally occurs around high pressure areas such as under the ball of the foot, between toes or on the side of toes where a shoe may rub. Corns can be very painful and need to be addressed as soon as possible to prevent further tissue break down.Can a corn be treated? Yes, at Blue Mountains Podiatry people present to our clinic with corns daily, and in our experienced therapists can easily remove a corn with a sterile blade. The process is pain free and occurs within a couple of minutes. We then examine what is causing the corn in the first place and put together strategies to help stop it returning in the future.Callus A callus is where the skin becomes thickened and hard. Callus will occur at points of high pressure such as under the ball of the foot or under the heel. Poor footwear choices and poor foot mechanics commonly lead to callus build up.Can Calluses be treated? Yes, within minutes a specialised therapist at Blue Mountains Podiatry can remove a callus with a sterile blade, pain free. You will walk out feeling lighter and much more comfortable than when you walked in! We then need to work out what is causing your callus and put together a treatment strategy to prevent it from returning.Don’t let corns and callus prevent you performing the activities you love.Call our practice at Blue Mountains Podiatry for professional treatment and attention – We are in 3 locations – Faulconbridge (02 4751-7583), Lithgow (02 6352-5685) and Katoomba (02 4782-6169).

Corns and Calluses Wentworth Falls – Blue Mountains Podiatry

Corns and Calluses near Wentworth FallsOur team at Blue Mountains Podiatry provide expert and friendly podiatry care for corns and calluses in Wentworth Falls and the surrounding communities.About Corns & CallusesCorns A corn is a centralised mass of hard skin which generally occurs around high pressure areas such as under the ball of the foot, between toes or on the side of toes where a shoe may rub. Corns can be very painful and need to be addressed as soon as possible to prevent further tissue break down.Can a corn be treated? Yes, at Blue Mountains Podiatry people present to our clinic with corns daily, and in our experienced therapists can easily remove a corn with a sterile blade. The process is pain free and occurs within a couple of minutes. We then examine what is causing the corn in the first place and put together strategies to help stop it returning in the future.Callus A callus is where the skin becomes thickened and hard. Callus will occur at points of high pressure such as under the ball of the foot or under the heel. Poor footwear choices and poor foot mechanics commonly lead to callus build up.Can Calluses be treated? Yes, within minutes a specialised therapist at Blue Mountains Podiatry can remove a callus with a sterile blade, pain free. You will walk out feeling lighter and much more comfortable than when you walked in! We then need to work out what is causing your callus and put together a treatment strategy to prevent it from returning.Don’t let corns and callus prevent you performing the activities you love.Phone our practice at Blue Mountains Podiatry for professional treatment and attention – Situated in 3 locations – Faulconbridge (02 4751-7583), Lithgow (02 6352-5685) and Katoomba (02 […]

Corns and Calluses Springwood – Blue Mountains Podiatry

Corns and Calluses near SpringwoodOur team at Blue Mountains Podiatry provide expert and friendly podiatry care for corns and calluses in Springwood and the surrounding communities.About Corns & CallusesCorns A corn is a centralised mass of hard skin which generally occurs around high pressure areas such as under the ball of the foot, between toes or on the side of toes where a shoe may rub. Corns can be very painful and need to be addressed as soon as possible to prevent further tissue break down.Can a corn be treated? Yes, at Blue Mountains Podiatry people present to our clinic with corns daily, and in our experienced therapists can easily remove a corn with a sterile blade. The process is pain free and occurs within a couple of minutes. We then examine what is causing the corn in the first place and put together strategies to help stop it returning in the future.Callus A callus is where the skin becomes thickened and hard. Callus will occur at points of high pressure such as under the ball of the foot or under the heel. Poor footwear choices and poor foot mechanics commonly lead to callus build up.Can Calluses be treated? Yes, within minutes a specialised therapist at Blue Mountains Podiatry can remove a callus with a sterile blade, pain free. You will walk out feeling lighter and much more comfortable than when you walked in! We then need to work out what is causing your callus and put together a treatment strategy to prevent it from returning.Don’t let corns and callus prevent you performing the activities you love.Call our office at Blue Mountains Podiatry for expert care and attention – Choose from 3 locations – Faulconbridge (02 4751-7583), Lithgow (02 6352-5685) and Katoomba (02 4782-6169).

Corns and Calluses Glenbrook – Blue Mountains Podiatry

Corns and Calluses near GlenbrookOur team at Blue Mountains Podiatry provide expert and friendly podiatry care for corns and calluses in Glenbrook and the surrounding communities.About Corns & CallusesCorns A corn is a centralised mass of hard skin which generally occurs around high pressure areas such as under the ball of the foot, between toes or on the side of toes where a shoe may rub. Corns can be very painful and need to be addressed as soon as possible to prevent further tissue break down.Can a corn be treated? Yes, at Blue Mountains Podiatry people present to our clinic with corns daily, and in our experienced therapists can easily remove a corn with a sterile blade. The process is pain free and occurs within a couple of minutes. We then examine what is causing the corn in the first place and put together strategies to help stop it returning in the future.Callus A callus is where the skin becomes thickened and hard. Callus will occur at points of high pressure such as under the ball of the foot or under the heel. Poor footwear choices and poor foot mechanics commonly lead to callus build up.Can Calluses be treated? Yes, within minutes a specialised therapist at Blue Mountains Podiatry can remove a callus with a sterile blade, pain free. You will walk out feeling lighter and much more comfortable than when you walked in! We then need to work out what is causing your callus and put together a treatment strategy to prevent it from returning.Don’t let corns and callus prevent you performing the activities you love.Call the team at Blue Mountains Podiatry for expert treatment and attention – Choose from 3 locations – Faulconbridge (02 4751-7583), Lithgow (02 6352-5685) and Katoomba (02 4782-6169).

Knee Pain Blackheath – Blue Mountains Podiatry

Care for Knee Pain near BlackheathOur team at Blue Mountains Podiatry provide expert and friendly podiatry care for knee pain near Blackheath and the surrounding communities.About Knee PainKnee pain is commonly seen in athletes of all sports but especially in runners, with over 50% of running injuries being knee related. Knees are constantly under an enormous amount of stress. This can lead to weakness; instability and overuse of soft tissue structures surround the knee joint. Poor foot mechanics and inappropriate footwear can be a common cause of knee pain and can lead to conditions such as Patella Femoral Dysfunction, Osteo arthritis, Osgood Shlatters disease and patella maltracking. Here at Blue Mountains Podiatry, knee pain is a condition that we see every day, and our expert therapists have a proven track record in getting the best outcomes for all our patients. A thorough initial examination will identify the precise source of you knee pain, which will be accompanied by the most up to date biomechanical analysis using our state of the art 3d technology to identify any contributing factors to your condition. Our goal is to remove your pain as opposed to providing a band aid, quick fix solution.Treatment options we have available to ensure the best possible outcome include:* Custom made orthotics (arch supports) * Deep connective tissue massage * Dry needling * Footwear advice * Stretching and exercise programsDon’t let knee pain prevent you from living an active and healthy life.Phone the team at Blue Mountains Podiatry for professional care and attention – Situated in 3 locations – Faulconbridge (02 4751-7583), Lithgow (02 6352-5685) and Katoomba (02 4782-6169).

Knee Pain Katoomba – Blue Mountains Podiatry

Care for Knee Pain near KatoombaOur team at Blue Mountains Podiatry provide expert and friendly podiatry care for knee pain near Katoomba and the surrounding communities.About Knee PainKnee pain is commonly seen in athletes of all sports but especially in runners, with over 50% of running injuries being knee related. Knees are constantly under an enormous amount of stress. This can lead to weakness; instability and overuse of soft tissue structures surround the knee joint. Poor foot mechanics and inappropriate footwear can be a common cause of knee pain and can lead to conditions such as Patella Femoral Dysfunction, Osteo arthritis, Osgood Shlatters disease and patella maltracking. Here at Blue Mountains Podiatry, knee pain is a condition that we see every day, and our expert therapists have a proven track record in getting the best outcomes for all our patients. A thorough initial examination will identify the precise source of you knee pain, which will be accompanied by the most up to date biomechanical analysis using our state of the art 3d technology to identify any contributing factors to your condition. Our goal is to remove your pain as opposed to providing a band aid, quick fix solution.Treatment options we have available to ensure the best possible outcome include:* Custom made orthotics (arch supports) * Deep connective tissue massage * Dry needling * Footwear advice * Stretching and exercise programsDon’t let knee pain prevent you from living an active and healthy life.Call our practice at Blue Mountains Podiatry for professional care and attention – Situated in 3 locations – Faulconbridge (02 4751-7583), Lithgow (02 6352-5685) and Katoomba (02 4782-6169).

Knee Pain Penrith – Blue Mountains Podiatry

Care for Knee Pain near PenrithOur team at Blue Mountains Podiatry provide expert and friendly podiatry care for knee pain near Penrith and the surrounding communities.About Knee PainKnee pain is commonly seen in athletes of all sports but especially in runners, with over 50% of running injuries being knee related. Knees are constantly under an enormous amount of stress. This can lead to weakness; instability and overuse of soft tissue structures surround the knee joint. Poor foot mechanics and inappropriate footwear can be a common cause of knee pain and can lead to conditions such as Patella Femoral Dysfunction, Osteo arthritis, Osgood Shlatters disease and patella maltracking. Here at Blue Mountains Podiatry, knee pain is a condition that we see every day, and our expert therapists have a proven track record in getting the best outcomes for all our patients. A thorough initial examination will identify the precise source of you knee pain, which will be accompanied by the most up to date biomechanical analysis using our state of the art 3d technology to identify any contributing factors to your condition. Our goal is to remove your pain as opposed to providing a band aid, quick fix solution.Treatment options we have available to ensure the best possible outcome include:* Custom made orthotics (arch supports) * Deep connective tissue massage * Dry needling * Footwear advice * Stretching and exercise programsDon’t let knee pain prevent you from living an active and healthy life.Contact the team at Blue Mountains Podiatry for expert care and attention – We are in 3 locations – Faulconbridge (02 4751-7583), Lithgow (02 6352-5685) and Katoomba (02 4782-6169).