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Have you ever been in the position where you have hurt your foot and don’t really know who to see about getting help? At Complete Podiatry, we believe you should always see the specialist in the field to get the help you need for the best results possible and, when that comes to feet and legs, that's your Podiatrist!
So something is wrong with your feet or legs - something that isn't just a niggle that might go away in a few days! When should you see a doctor and when should you come straight to your Podiatrist to get the problem fixed?
Perhaps you’ve sustained an injury, put up with pain for long enough, or it has been suggested to you by a health professional that it’s time to go and see a Podiatrist. Unless you receive a great referral or recommendation from someone, how do you know who is the best Podiatrist for you?
We see too many clients who have sought help for their foot and leg problems only to be left confused and unsure as to what to do next. This is why we develop clear, written management plans for all our clients to provide absolute clarity about what is needed to get better fast.
I'd like all of our amazing clients and friends to help us welcome Alex Taylor to the Complete Podiatry Team! Alex starts working with us in January so let's all make him welcome and help him settle in.
At Complete Podiatry, we are always looking for great Podiatrists to join our team. Meet Hannah, one of our amazing Podiatrists at Complete Podiatry.
At Complete Podiatry we are always looking to delivering better outcome and experiences for people experiencing foot pain, skin and nail concerns and childhood foot and leg problems. This is why we are moving Complete Podiatry Blackwood to 3/237 Main Road Blackwood.
Extra-corporeal Shock Wave Treatment (ESWT) is a modern and highly effective treatment method: high-energy sound waves are introduced into the painful areas of the body. With this innovative treatment, pathological alterations of tendons, ligaments, capsules, muscles and bones can be eliminated systematically.