Common Foot Problems & Podiatry Treatments in Dungannon

We treat or provide the following:

  • Corns & Calluses.
  • Verruca.
  • Fungal Infections.
  • Chilblains.
  • Bunions.
  • Nail Cutting.
  • Nail Conditions.
  • Ingrowing Toe Nails.
  • Local Anaesthesia.
  • Nail Surgery – Totals & Partials.
  • Cryosurgery.
  • Ultrasound.
  • Diabetes.
  • Skin Conditions.
  • Circulatory Conditions.
  • Arthritic Conditions.
  • Foot Deformities.
  • Toe Deformities.
  • Flat Feet.
  • Heel Pain.
  • Ankle & knee pain
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Sports injuries
  • Biomechanics
  • Gait analysis
  • Insoles & prescription casted orthotics
  • Wider fitting shoes & slippers
  • Children’s problems
  • Foot massage
  • Foot care advice
  • MRI or X-Ray referral
  • 3D foot scanning
  • 2D pressure analysis

Why do I need a treatment?

Our feet are a complex system of bones, muscles and ligaments, which when kept in good condition function in total harmony with one another and importantly with the rest of the body.

Unfortunately it is easy to neglect our feet, which may lead to pain and discomfort. Incorrect foot function can also lead to problems elsewhere in the body e.g. knee/back pain.

What will happen during the treatment?

At Happy Feet Foot Clinic, an HCPC registered podiatrist will thoroughly examine both your feet. They will then be able to identify and advise you on any treatments required.

What does the treatment involve?

We start with a complete nail treatment removing excess nail and filing away any rough edges. Then we will remove any hard skin, calluses, corns, etc. The podiatrist will also be able to advise you on how to care for your feet between appointments.

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If you have any enquiries please contact us:

Happy Feet Foot Clinic
22 Northland Row
Co. Tyrone
BT71 6AP

028 8775 0453

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