With its 28 bones, the foot and ankle is a very complex area. The range of potential problems is broad - from fractures to bunions; arthritis to tendon conditions – and so is the number of treatments, both non-surgical and surgical.
Our multidisciplinary team consists of practitioners who specialise in diagnosing all problems related to the foot and ankle. They provide the best possible treatment, regardless of the complexity of the condition.
Our specialist foot and ankle team are a highly skilled group of surgeons, sports physicians, podiatrists and physiotherapists with dedicated experience in foot and ankle surgery and complex trauma reconstruction. They work closely together to provide personalised treatment for your particular problem. They aim to get you back to normal as quickly as possible.
Our podiatrist, Tom Maule, can provide thorough assessment of heel pain, Achilles problems and foot/toe pain. His expertise lies in the non-operative or less-invasive treatments that can be tried before resorting to surgery.
However, not all conditions can be treated with physiotherapy and other non-operative procedures. Our Foot and Ankle surgeon, Matt Solan, is an expert in Foot and Ankle surgery from arthroscopy to major foot and ankle reconstruction. Matt has over 20 years of experience and his research has been published in more than 40 peer-reviewed scientific journals. He is a highly respected foot and ankle specialist.
Our different specialists work together to offer the best treatment, combining both surgical and nonsurgical treatments depending on each patient’s specific case. For instance, when surgery is needed, our podiatrists and physiotherapists are consulted to help minimise recovery times afterwards.
If you think you require treatment for a foot or ankle problem, you can find more information about a specific condition using the menu or search feature of the website. Our condition pages on the left hand side highlight the key symptoms, causes and treatments for common foot and ankle problems.
Alternatively, you can book an appointment with one of our experts and we will answer any questions you may have and discuss treatment options with you.