Foot and Ankle Disorders

Foot and Ankle Disorders at Westbourne Centre

Foot and ankle problems are very common. After all, your feet and ankles support your entire body and help to maintain your balance, posture and overall wellbeing. It is important to act quickly if you have a foot and ankle disorder to relieve your pain, to prevent it from getting worse and to help get your life back in motion. 

Our multi-disciplinary team of experts include radiologists, physiotherapists, podiatrists and foot and ankle surgeons. They work together to give you rapid and convenient access to a diagnosis and a personalised treatment plan. Our aim is to restore function and reduce pain quickly, so you can get back to doing the things you love.  

Our hospitals are easily accessible and located across the UK. We have no waiting lists and offer the latest techniques performed by experienced foot and ankle specialists.

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While you may think an ingrown toenail can be effectively treated at home by clipping the sharp edge digging into the skin, a large percentage of the population require a professional to assist as the condition is recurring, swollen or infected.

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Corns

Corns and calluses are thickened layers of skin caused by friction or pressure. Corns are small, focused areas, while calluses are broader and usually form on the soles of feet. Both can be managed over-the-counter treatments and proper footwear to alleviate discomfort, but if they are recurring there could be an underlying problem with the bones in your feet.

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