Foot Pain Treatment

Please book this appointment if it is your first time with us or if you haven’t been to see us in a year or more.

Routine Apointments

At Active Feet, we have a wealth of knowledge and experience which allows us to provide a huge range of foot pain treatments in Edinburgh and East Lothian. We have access to specialist equipment that helps us to identify the root cause of the ache or pain you are experiencing. With our team of experts, you are in the best hands possible and you can be sure that we will work hard to get you up and running as quickly as possible.

Related Treatments

Same Day Custom Orthotics

Gait Analysis

Foot Pain Treatment Explained

Foot Injury Treatment

Our clinic specialises in a huge variety of foot injury treatment methods for a large range of injuries including sports injuries, plantar fasciitis, peroneal tendonitis, lateral foot, and pain to the heel, big toe, or foot area in general. At Active Feet, we will book you in for an initial consultation where we will carry out a full assessment on the areas causing you pain, as well as checks to your joints, neurological, and vascular systems. From this, we can determine your personalised footcare requirements and create a plan of action using this information. With the use of innovate technology, we pride ourselves on being able to establish how and why you are suffering with aches and pains. We offer honest, reliable, and personalised advice tailored to the specific injury you have and your typical daily activity on how to prevent your injury from becoming a recurring issue.

If you are seeking foot pain treatment in Edinburgh or require any further information about any of our services, then please do not hesitate to get in touch. Our team works hard to ensure all of our patients feel at ease from the minute you pick up the phone, right up until your final aftercare consultation at Active Feet.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Biomechanics is the study and analysis of gait and human movement. Here at Podiatry Plus we observe patients for any alterations in the optimum sequence of events between the foot, the lower limb, and the rest of the body during the walking (running, cycling, skiing etc) phase. Deviations from the optimum, can lead to heel pain, foot strain, ankle, knee, hip, lower back and neck pain.

During your assessment we use the latest technology to collect data and provide the most detailed biomechanical analysis available within minutes and assists in involving you in your assessment.

With the help of orthotic devices, we can help you to walk, run and Live the Life you Love without pain. Suitably qualified professionals like us are best placed to advise you on these issues, and because we are not a ‘retailer’ the patient is always our first priority. We only offer advice based on a clinical need, not a sales target.

If you plan on attending for a biomechanical examination please remember to bring;

  • Your favourite/everyday shoes
  • Your running/sports shoes
  • Any previous/old orthoses
  • A pair of shorts

At the end of your assessment a full written report will be made available to you, which will include all findings and may include copies  of images taken as part of the assessment.

After your My Injury consultation your podiatrist may suggest that you would benefit from wearing an orthotic.

Orthotics are prescription insoles which stabilise the foot holding it in the ideal position. Re-positioning the foot alters the angles at which the foot strikes the surface. Wearing orthotics can improve corns and calluses, ankle sprains and knee, hip and back pain.

At Podiatry Plus we have the facility to manufacture our own custom orthotics in house to ensure that you have exactly what you need to get you back to Living the Life You Love.

At Podiatry Plus we treat a number of sports injuries with various therapies including – biomechanical assessments, orthotic prescriptions, muscle stretching exercises, strapping and low level laser treatment.

For a routine podiatry appointment the only requirement is that nail varnish is removed prior.  We’d also advise that you attend in the shoes that you wear most often, so we can assess if they may be contributing to any specific foot problem.

For a biomechanics appointment we ask that you come in (or change into) shorts so that we can assess your lower limbs properly and –

–  Your favourite/everyday shoes

–  Your running/sports shoes

–  Any previous/old orthoses

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Diabetic Footcare

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