PODIATRY TREATMENT & FOOT CARE SERVICES
SKIN & NAIL CARE
The Foot Practice
The #1 Podiatry Clinic in Singapore
When it comes to personal wellness and health-related issues, turn to our experienced podiatric specialists to get you moving and back on your feet with an effective treatment regimen. Nevertheless, finding highly knowledgeable foot and ankle specialist is paramount to your overall, holistic well-being.
The Foot Practice Podiatry Clinic is where you will receive specialised care for a wide range of foot conditions by internationally qualified podiatrists. From injury prevention and intervention advice to skin & nail treatments, our practitioners diagnose and treat not only your specific condition but also work towards alleviating future foot issues when recommending a therapeutic approach.
Customised Shoe Insoles To Stablise and Control Function
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SKIN & NAIL CARE
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INJURY PREVENTION & INTERVENTION
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DIABETIC FOOT SCREENING
Diabetics Are 15x More Likely To Have Amputations ... Don't Wait Become A Statistic
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Specialised Services for Children Aged 2 and Above or Young Adults
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TREATMENT & SERVICES
From Sports to Dance, Paediatric or Geriatric, Skin Care and Injuries
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Conditions & Symptoms
What do our podiatrists specialize in?
Whether you’re a professional athlete with a sports injury, sprained ankle, or lower leg pains or an older person suffering from diabetic foot or geriatric foot conditions, our podiatric practitioners will work towards the right treatment programme for your feet. Whether performing a Gait Analysis, surgical interventions, medical massages, custom-made orthotic insoles or treatment of skin & nail diseases – warts, calluses, corns, diseased nails, ingrown toe nails, and everything in between, The Foot Practice is here to get you back in full stance!
Don’t wait until your foot condition becomes so severe that prevention and intervention of ongoing or reoccurring injuries transitions to a chronic foot condition. Keep your feet healthy today. Book an appointment at one of our podiatry clinics.
- Here’s a detailed list of some of the foot health issues we deal with:
- Ligament, muscle, and tendon sprains. Our qualified podiatrists can help you with any sprain grade. They will take all the necessary actions from performing an X-ray and applying an ACE wrap to the damaged area to prescribing medications to reduce inflammation. Ongoing ambulatory care through custom-made orthotics and arch supports.
- Corns, ingrown toenails, and calluses. These conditions can be cured by surgical interventions like trimming away extra skin and damaged tissue. A less invasive approach involves the use of salicylic acid and antibiotics.
- Joint and bone pain. We can curb inflammation caused by injuries or arthritis with ultrasound, medications, and cold laser therapy. In severe cases, our foot specialists can replace a joint or a bone with prostheses.
- Skeleton deformation. At our foot clinics, our podiatrists can treat various problems related to abnormal gait and bone deformities. These include scoliosis, metatarsus varus, flat feet, cavus foot, and bunions.
- Neurological conditions. We can ease the pain from Morton’s neuroma and diabetic neuropathy with medications, corticosteroids, and operations. Special shoe or custom orthotics may also bring you relief.
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