A list of the Biomechanical related conditions that we treat.
Raut S (2015) states that ankle sprain usually occurs in musculoskeletal alignments problems, and the incidence in the general public is 2.15 per 1000 persons per year.
Find out more
Back pain is a very common condition, the majority of the time the pain occurs in the lower back, but it can be felt anywhere along the spine, from the neck down to the hips.
Throughout our body there are hundreds of small sacs that act as cushion to help reduction friction and pressure between bones, tendons and muscles moving across each other, and the name for them is bursas.
Calf pain is an umbrella term used for pain or discomfort experienced in the posterior lower leg.
According to Arabshahi HR (2017) is an inflammatory of the ligament near the toe joints, brough on by excessive force to the forefoot.
Pes planus is the name of the deformity of the foot where the arch on the inside of the foot is abnormally low.
A degenerative condition that affects the joints in the foot, usually due to wear and tear and a breakdown of cartilage.
Scoliosis is not an illness or a medical condition, but a descriptive term that is used for a sideway “S” or “C” curvature of the spine when looking at the back directly from behind.
A stress fracture is a small crack that appears in a bone as a result of repetitive stress.
Most cases of heel pain have a mechanical cause, other causes include trauma, neurological, arthritis, infectious, neoplastic and autoimmune conditions.
The hip joint can withstand repeated motion and a fair amount of wear and tear.
Iliotibial band syndrome is most frequently seen in active persons such as runners, cyclist or other athletes submitted to repetitive flexion and extension movements of the knee.
Osteoarthritis of the knee affects the inner surfaces of the knee joint, this is where the femur meets the tibia (the thigh and lower leg bone).
Knee pain is a common problem with many causes, from acute injuries to complication of medical conditions.
Where one limb is a different length from the other, it can vary from person to person. The condition is very common.
Morton’s neuroma is a benign but painful condition that affects the ball of the foot. It is also called an intermetatarsal neuroma because is located in the ball of the foot between your metatarsal bones.
A condition affecting the knee, usually children and teenagers. It is a overuse injury rather than a disease, producing discomfort just below the knee cap.
Plantar fasciitis or plantar fasciopathy is the most common cause of heel pain, referring to inflammation of the plantar fascia/ plantar aponeurosis.
The pain comes from the area of bone that make up the heel. As you go through a ‘growth spurt’ the tendon at the back of the heel (Achilles tendon) pulls at the heel bone. This makes you limp or walk on your toes and can create a lump on your heel.
It is an inflammation of the muscles, tendons and bone tissue around your tibia.
Within anatomy, a ‘sinus’ can be described as cavity/sac within the tissues.
Ankle sprains are very common injuries, they can be described as a painful injury to the soft tissues of the ankle, most of the time it happens whilst playing or doing sports.
The tarsal tunnel is a narrow space found under the inner ankle bone, this is where multiple blood vessels, tendons, and nerves lie.
Achilles tendonitis is an overuse condition that causes pain, inflammation and or degeneration of the tendon which is found at the back of the ankle.
We provide podiatry and chiropody services in Liverpool.
See our clinic locations
If you prefer to be treated in your own home then Liverpool Podiatry can provide a home visits to suite you.
Our clinics are open Monday to Saturday 8am - 8pm. We can usualy see you within 24 - 48 hours. Sometimes same-day appointments are available.
Liverpool Podiatry offers a range of podiatry services that are suitable for all individuals. This means that whether young or old, amateur or elite athlete - Liverpool Podiatry can help you!
Liverpool Podiatry is a leading provider of quality podiatric assessment and treatment services in Liverpool and Merseyside.
We are part of Chiropody.co.uk - We provide immediate access to a high quality, value for money bespoke podiatry service. Our podiatrists provide specialist treatments to meet the needs of individuals, case managers, solicitors, organisations, care homes, and sport teams.