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    Keeping you healthy

    and performing at your best

Perform at your best. Exceed your goals.

Keeping your family on their feet and helping them to walk, run, play and exceed their goals is why we love getting up in the morning.

 

We understand how frustrating and painful developing a foot problem can be, and how it can impact your everyday life. That’s why we’re committed to delivering excellence in Podiatric care so you get the best outcomes and the fastest recovery.

 

From kids to athletes to grandparents, our expert team have years of experience across all fields of Podiatry and have you covered. More than our vast skills, experience and well-equipped clinic, we genuinely care about your health and getting you back to performing at your best.

 

We’re proud to be serving our community between Remuera and Newmarket at the One Health Medical Centre. No referrals required, full ACC accreditationfull onsite parking, wheelchair access and late night and weekend appointments available. Because you deserve the best in healthcare.

Appointments can be booked online or by calling us on (09) 523 2333

Our usual operating hours are:

Monday

9.00m – 6.00pm

Tuesday

9.00am – 6.00pm

Wednesday

9.00m – 7.00pm

Thursday

9.00am – 7.00pm

Friday

9.00m – 6.00pm

Saturday

9.00am – 4.00pm

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Common conditions we treat

Browse through the conditions below for a quick description:

Feel like you’re walking around on painful pebbles? Corns and calluses are thick, hardened layers of skin that develop when your skin tries to protect itself against friction and pressure. Corns have a central core which will often cause pain with direct pressure. Both can be removed efficiently and painlessly. They also don’t occur for no reason – we assess the cause of formation for you specifically and give recommendations on prevention so you don’t have to regularly struggle with them!

 

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 An ingrown nail can be excruciatingly painful, frustrating and dangerous. It occurs when the nail starts cutting into the skin next to the nail, causing pain, redness, inflammation and potentially infection. Usually the big toe is most prone to the condition but any toe can be affected.  This is a common problem in teens and young adults.

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heel painPlantar fasciitis is an inflammation of the ligament that extends from the heel to the toes, called the plantar fascia. The fascia becomes irritated and inflamed from overuse, strain or injury,  resulting in heel and arch pain. Plantar fasciitis typically causes a stabbing pain in the bottom of your foot near the heel. The pain is usually worst first thing in the morning and on standing after rest. 

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achilles painAchilles tendinopathy occurs due to overuse, strain or injury to the Achilles tendon, the band of tissue that connects calf muscles at the back of the lower leg to the back of your heel bone. This condition often occurs in active individuals, especially when they increase the intensity or duration of their runs activity.

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arch painFallen arches, or flat feet, is a postural deformity in which the arches of the foot come into complete or near-complete contact with the ground. Flat feet can sometimes be associated with pain in the feet, ankles, lower legs, knees, hips or lower back. 

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Warts, otherwise known as verrucae, are small, rough lumps on the skin caused by a virus (human papillomavirus) which causes a reaction in the skin. The shape and size of warts all vary, and they can easily spread on the foot and even to others. They can be uncomfortable and painful if they develop on a part of the foot that you walk on.

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A bunion is a bony bump on the inside of the big toe which causes the big toe to move towards the second toe instead of pointing straight. Some people may never develop pain or symptoms, whereas others get severe discomfort in the joint and great difficulty in wearing shoes. Bunions have a progressive nature and will worsen over time, the rate at which depends on each individual person and what they’re doing to help or hinder their bunion.

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    "The good physician treats the disease; the great physician treats the patient who has the disease."

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    Hanan Kane BHSc (Pod.)

    Principal Podiatrist & Managing Director

      Take care of your body. It's the only place you have to live.

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      Martin Kane BHSc (Pod.)

      Orthotic Specialist & Managing Director

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