The human foot consists of 26 bones and 30 major joints. Over a quarter of all the bones in the body are found in the feet. Each foot takes approximately 1.5 times your body weight when walking and up to five times body weight when running.

Common injuries of the foot and ankle:

  • Achilles tendinopathy
  • Ankle ligament sprain
  • Stress fracture

Our team of Physiotherapists are all highly trained and skilled in assessment and management of foot and ankle problems. We have a specialist foot and ankle specialist (David Sprot) who can treat more complex cases.


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our experts

If you would like more information about any of our expert physios for your specific injury or issue, please see their bio below:

Steve Canning
Clinical Director & Senior Physiotherapist
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Ric Lockhart
Senior Physiotherapist
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Stacey Shepherd
Senior Physiotherapist
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David Sprot
Senior Physiotherapist - Foot and Ankle Specialist (ESP)
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