Many issues relating to the foot, ankle, knee, hip and lower back can be caused by irregular movement of the foot. An assessment, incorporating physical
examination and analysis using the latest computerised scanning technology by our experienced Podiatrists, will help to identify any irregularities
in the way in which your foot functions whilst moving.
If necessary, we will prescribe functional insoles to rectify any such discrepancies by supporting and correcting the foot throughout the gait cycle. As
a result, reducing the stress and strain on muscles, ligaments and joints, which contribute to the cause of the conditions mentioned.
Who needs to see a podiatrist?
It is estimated that 9 out of 10 of us will get a foot problem.
If you are an individual who spends a lot of time on their feet either in work or because you enjoy to run recreationally for example, it is important
to see our podiatrists regularly as a prevention of foot injury. Also, if you are an individual suffering with foot or lower limb pain then this is
the way of your body telling you that something is wrong. This is the time to consult our podiatrist for a foot health check-up for an in-depth analysis
to restore your foot function and reduce the pain as soon as possible.
- Heel Pain
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Achilles Tendinopathy
- Shin Pain and Calf Pain
- Knee, Hip and Back Pain
At The Treatment Room Newport, we have experienced qualified podiatrists available, with extensive knowledge of foot function and biomechanics. By attending
our clinic we can carry out a full assessment with the computerised scanning system wherever necessary and formulate a treatment plan.
Our Treatment Room Podiatry:
Our partners at ACE Feet in Motion were established to provide biomechanical gait assessment using state of the art pressure plate
technology. Through years of reliable, honest consultation we have built a solid reputation and have established links with the biggest sporting organisations
Currently being the official supplier of Podiatry services to the Welsh Rugby Union, Cardiff City Football Club, Welsh Netball, The Celtic Dragon, Disability
Sports Wales and Welsh Athletics.