A podiatrist will assess and manage the podiatric needs of the person and the sport specifically related to the foot, ankle and lower extremity. They may carry out a physical biomechanical assessment, which looks at the way the bones, muscles, and associated structures such as tendons are aligned and interact. They may also look at factors such as stability, body posture and other musculoskeletal factors taking into account the type of sport and provide advice on what the patient can do for themselves, such as stretching and strengthening exercises. Please contact us for further details of how we can help.
Acupuncture is where fine needles are inserted in to certain parts of the body as a form of complementary or alternative treatment. Please contact us for further details of how we can help.
ACE Feet in Motion specialise in biomechanical gait analysis using state of the art pressure plate systems. Currently official podiatrists to the WRU, Cardiff City FC, Welsh Athletics and Disability Sports Wales.
Click Post My Problem and give us a few details about what’s wrong. We'll send it privately to local specialists in your area who will contact you directly if they can help.