Children's Podiatry Care
At Complete Podiatry, we understand how important is it to help keep our children active, mobile and healthy.
There are too many distractions these days that can keep our kids away from sports and activity so, we want to make sure pain is not one of them. Keeping your kid's feet and legs strong and free from pain is the first step to helping them build an amazing life from the feet up.
Our children are amazing
None of us wants to see the children we care about sidelined because of pain.
Children are constantly changing and developing and because of this, they can develop foot and leg problems that are unique to this period of life.
Our Podiatrists can help you understand what is a normal part of your child's development versus something that shouldn't be occurring and needs to be addressed.
The Podiatrists at Complete Podiatry are trained to be able to identify the many reasons for childhood foot and leg pain and to offer you a plan for how best to get your children back to doing what they love again as soon as possible.
Pain stops kids from enjoying sport
Research into physical activity tells us that the longer we can keep children in sport and exercise, the happier and healthier they will be throughout their lives.
Foot and leg pain is one of the biggest reasons children drop out of sport. Some of the most common conditions we see in children are:
- Severs Disease (heel pain)
- Osgood Schlatters Disease (knee pain)
- Ingrown toenails
- Ankle sprains
- Flat feet
Whether it is heel pain during football or soccer, an ankle sprain in netball, toe pain from cricket or a range of other issues from a multitude of sports, our Podiatrists will thoroughly assess your child to identify the causes of their pain and plan a treatment approach that suits them and their lives.
At Complete Podiatry, we want to help build an amazing life for your child from the feet up.
Your child's best life starts with their feet
At Complete Podiatry, we love to help active children stay active. Let us help your child fulfil their potential and keep them running, throwing, playing and exploring life.