See ya Sore Feet, Hello Happiness

Fully functioning feet are vital to enjoying a high quality life! Think we’re exaggerating, trust us, we’re not!

When you stop and think about it they carry you throughout your entire day! They’re responsible for moving you out of bed daily, walking to and around work, and almost everything else in between!

Therefore we know that they are entitled to some tender loving care every so often and that’s exactly what we’re here for!

Take a some time out while we take care of you and your feet.

Achilles pain or Achilles tendonitis

Achilles tendonitis is pain on the back of the heel. This is often described as stiffness, pain or a pulling sensation. The main cause of this pain includes incorrect footwear.

Athlete’s Foot

Skin infection caused by a fungal infection causing itching, scaling, cracking, redness and blistering. This is most commonly seen between the toes and soles of the feet.

Bunion discomfort or pain

A bunion forms when the big toe angles towards the second toe, causing a ‘bump’ that forms on the side of the big toe. The main causes of bunions include family history, footwear and wear and tear.

Corns and calluses

Corns and calluses are areas of dead, hard and toughened skin which can cause a great deal of discomfort and pain. Corns and calluses occur on bony areas that are subjected to high pressure and friction.

Calf Tightness & Cramping

At Atwell Podiatry, we understand the discomfort that calf pain can cause, and we are here to provide you with the information you need to understand its causes, recognize its symptoms, and find effective ways to ease the pain. Let’s explore calf pain in detail.

Cracked Heels

At Atwell Podiatry, we understand the discomfort and pain that cracked heels, also known as heel fissures, can cause. We’re here to provide you with the information you need to understand this condition, prevent its occurrence, and find effective ways to care for your heels. Let’s explore cracked heels in detail.

Ingrown Toenails

Minor ingrown toenails can be removed without anaesthetic. Severe ingrown toenails may require the use of local anaesthetic, and if the ingrown nail keeps re-occurring, a nail surgery may be required.


Metatarsalgia is a common foot condition that affects the ball of the foot, specifically the bones and joints in the metatarsal region. Individuals with metatarsalgia often experience discomfort and pain behind the toes, impacting their daily activities and quality of life.

Morton’s Neuroma

Morton’s neuroma is a condition where a nerve becomes thickened due to irritation and compression, specifically occurring in the nerves that run between the toes of the feet. This can lead to sensations of numbness, tingling, pins and needles, burning, and shooting pain around the toe areas. It is commonly observed in middle-aged women and can affect individuals with flat feet and high-arched feet.

Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis, commonly known as heel pain, is a condition that impacts the plantar fascia, a crucial fiber band stretching from the heel to the balls of the feet. This elastic bridge serves as a shock absorber, supporting the arch of your feet. However, when the plantar fascia experiences tension or stress, it can lead to micro-tears, often concentrated near the heel, resulting in plantar fasciitis.

Shockwave Therapy

At Atwell Podiatry, we are excited to offer shockwave therapy as an innovative treatment option. This cutting-edge therapy involves the application of pressure waves to areas experiencing chronic pain. These waves stimulate a healing response within your body, promoting bone, tendon, and soft tissue regeneration and repair.


Welcome to Atwell Podiatry, where we are dedicated to providing you with exceptional care and innovative solutions to address your foot health concerns. Today, we want to shed light on the remarkable benefits of orthotics and how they can enhance your overall well-being.

Are you battling with any conditions not mentioned above? Please contact us today, for more information on how we can help you!