At Sydney West Sports Medicine, we have friendly and experienced Podiatrists who can help treat a variety of general and sports Podiatry issues.

Whether you are suffering disorders such as Plantar Fasciitis, Morton’s Neuroma, heel and arch pain, bunions, shin splints, stress fractures or sports related injuries, you can be confident in knowing that Sydney West Sports Medicine has a variety of treatments to alleviate pain, improve performance and minimise the risk of further injury.

With access to exceptional facilities, patients of Sydney West Sports Medicine can expect our Podiatrists to undertake comprehensive assessments, which may include a Video Gait Analysis of walking, running, and sport specific movements. Our Podiatrists may utilise a combination of stretching, strengthening, custom orthotics and footwear prescription, strapping, rest and icing to assist in the treatment of your concerns.

Specialists in paediatric treatment and intervention, Gait Analysis, Laser Therapy, footwear analysis and Custom Orthotics, our expert team at Sydney West Sports Medicine are equipped to treat the following conditions:

  • Bunions
  • Callus
  • High Arches
  • Corns
  • Cracked Heels
  • Flat Feet
  • Ingrown Toenails
  • Plantar Warts
  • Fungal Toenails
  • Tinea (Athletes Foot)
  • Exercise and Sports Injuries

Arch Pain and Heel Pain

  • Fat Pad Syndrome (Bruised Heels)
  • Heel Spur Syndrome / Arch Pain / Plantar Fasciitis

Forefoot Pain

  • Stress Fractures / Metatarsalgia / Periostitis
  • Morton’s Neuroma (Perineural Fibroma)
  • Seasamoiditis

Contact a Podiatrist

For any queries or for further information on our range of Sports Performance & Testing services please contact Sydney West Sports Medicine on 1300 13 SWSM.

Your Podiatrists

Sydney West Sports Medicine is owned and operated by a team of high profile sports medicine professionals. Our practitioners at Sydney West Sports Medicine are recognised as leaders in their field across many different sports. The team possesses an extensive client network at an elite and amateur sporting level, while also working with the general community on their health, disability, chronic conditions, and rehabilitation.