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Knee Pain, Treatment & Lower Back Pain

Knee Pain and Knee Pain Treatment

Overview

There are many conditions within your feet that cause knee pain and lower back pain. If there is no anatomical damage i.e. cartilage damage, or torn ligaments, then a Podiatrist may be able to help. Contrary to belief, knee and lower back pain is not just down to ‘old age’. It is a treatable condition.

Treatments

Due to the feet being a complex part of your body, they can not be, and should not be, looked at in isolation. Your feet are placed at the bottom of the skeleton tree. Therefore, any problems within the the lower back, thigh muscles, knee joints, and lower limbs will contribute to your foot pain. Due to this, a condition cannot be solved simply by consultation, and a thorough hands-on assessment is required.

By carrying out a Biomechanical Gait Analysis Assessment, the Podiatrist will consider your foot condition, but also take into account symptoms being experienced further up the skeleton. The assessment will provide an accurate diagnosis, allowing the Podiatrist to prepare a suitable treatment plan, which may include recommended stretches, custom made orthotics, and footwear advice.

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COVID-19 STATEMENTLatest Update

The clinic has now reopened for emergency, vulnerable and high risk patients

After temporarily closing more than 2-months ago, we are now back and open to treat those in urgent need.  Following the advice given by Public Health England, and guidelines issued by The College of Podiatry, we are now able to treat those patients that fall within certain categories. Health and safety is paramount, so we will be introducing extra measures within the clinic to protect everyone. Patients can find out more about the changes being implemented on our website under ‘Coronavirus (COVID-19) Clinic Policy & Procedure’.

If you need to see a Podiatrist, please contact us and we will carry out a health check to confirm if we are able to offer you an appointment immediately. In the meantime, we are reviewing the situation on a daily basis, and will release updates on our website, by email and via our social media channels, when a change occurs. As soon as we are informed that we can treat non-emergency/routine patients, we will not waste time to inform you, as long as we also feel it is safe to do so.

We continue to offer online video and phone consultations!

Please note, we are still contactable as usual by telephone on 0203 327 0194, or by email at info@podiatrystation.com.

If you wish to discuss anything, require advise, or just want to have a chat, please feel free to get in touch with us. We are here to help!

Don’t give up… continue to stay safe, hopeful and happy. We will get through this!

Looking forward to returning to normality and seeing all our lovely patients soon…

Podiatry Station