Welcome to Axis Podiatry®

Assessment, diagnosis and treatment for problems of the foot and associated structures FOR ATHLETES, CLUBS AND INDIVIDUALS.

As a doctorate level podiatrist with over 20 years NHS experience and over 15 years experience working in professional sport, you can trust me to do my best to help with any injury you may have. I will assess your foot biomechanics and then work with you to help you get back to doing what you love or reducing your pain. I will always be honest and will base my treatment on the latest evidence. My treatment will be of the highest quality and will be based around your level of activity, occupation and footwear resulting in the best outcome possible, a decrease or elimination of symtoms such as foot & ankle, lower limb or back pain. Please see my google reviews to read numerous patient experiences.

Biomechanical Assessment

A special assessment which enables me to decide which is the most appropriate method to improve and support the way you walk.

GaitScan Analysis

Complimentary to the Biomechanical assessment, this system analyses gait and detects unusual foot functions which may be affecting other parts of the body.

Orthotic Prescription

Using my knowledge and experience I will design an orthotic prescription taking in to consideration the podiatric biomechanical assessment, the results of the Gaitscan, the sport you are involved in and your preferred footwear.

Armaskin anti-blister socks

UK Distributor of Armaskin anti-blister socks

Lindsay has started to sell these liners to wear under your socks because they are just soooo good!!!!

Latest News

Plantar Fasciopathy

Plantar Fasciopathy

My 2nd collaborative blog written with Sam at A6 Physiotherapy and Marc at the Endurance Store.... https://www.theendurancestore.com/blogs/the-endurance-store/the-injurance-blog-pt2-plantar-fasciitis-and-endurance-athletes

Is it a Morton’s Neuroma?

Is it a Morton’s Neuroma?

I have collaborated with Sam at A6 Physiotherapy and Marc at the Endurance Store in Wigan to write some hopefully - informative, interesting and useful blogs. Attached is the link to the blog, please feel free to ask any questions........

LACING UP THOSE RUNNING SHOES!

My blog last month discussed buying new running shoes and how it really doesn’t need to be that complicated. So, now you have the running shoes what is the best way of lacing them up??? for anyone who follows Axis Podiatry on social media, particularly my Facebook...

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