When to consult?
You may need to see a podiatrist either to treat pain (e.g., an ingrown nail) or to treat its causes (e.g., a flat foot).
The body is composed of a multitude of segments forming one. No worries the podiatrist takes care of treating the pain but also the cause of this pain for lasting comfort. You may therefore need to see a podiatrist to treat pain directly on your foot or elsewhere but caused by it.
Care: skin and/or nail disorders:
- Classic care
- Ingrown nails or painful nails
- Tough or horned
- Mycoses (nails or skin)
- Hematomas under agueaux
- Partial nail loss
- Bells to feet
- Toe deformity (Hallux valgus, toe claws, etc.)
- Toe overlap (superductus, infraductus)
Biomechanical analysis: Bone, muscle and joint disorders of the foot, lower limb and spine:
- Chronic foot pain (toes, sole of foot, heel, kick, plantar apotheosis)
- Chronic pain in the knees, hips, back
- Abnormal gait (feet inwards, foot outwards, flat feet, hollow feet, knees in X, arched knees, etc.)
- Growth diseases (Sever disease, Osgood Sclatter, Renader, etc.)
- Leg length inequality
Who can consult?
From young children to the elderly, sportsmen, diabetics and people with rheumatism.
Indeed, there are pathologies specific to age groups, sports or professional activities, as well as chronic diseases.