Foot pain is debilitating and can affect your everyday life. Don’t let it slow you down. 



Many things can contribute to foot pain. Here at Corowa Podiatry, we assess, diagnose and provide treatment on all types of foot, ankle and lower leg pain. Symptoms that commonly occur include a sharp or dull pain, an ache or heaviness, burning/tingling sensation that can be acute or chronic. Most musculoskeletal injuries present with stiffness or tightness.  Let us help you in providing the best treatment plan and getting you back doing the things you love.

Heel Pain

Do you get pain first thing in the morning or after periods of sitting? Does the pain get worse after being on your feet all day?

Heel pain in one of the most common musculoskeletal conditions we treat as Podiatrists. Heel pain can affect anyone at anytime so it is important to see a Podiatrst if you start to notice any symptoms. Symptoms may include aching, stiffness, sharp pain, numbness or burning or bruising. Heel pain management includes a thorough biomechanical assessment, a comprehensive management plan and a load management program that includes strapping, padding, orthomechanical therapy, footwear advice and rehabilitation. We are able to refer to radiology and other specialists as required. Lets us help you get back on your feet!

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Achilles Tendinopathy

Achilles Tendinopathy is a condition causing pain, swelling and stiffness of the Achilles tendon. The Achilles tendon is a thick tendon that attaches your calf muscles to the back of the heel bone. Various components of this tendon can become injured including the tendon itself, tendon sheath, the paratenon, the bursa and insertion portion of the tendon.

Achilles tendinopathy can be caused by:

  • Excessive loads in training
  • Training errors
  • Muscles weakness
  • Tight posterior chain (calf muscles, hamstrings
  • Poor footwear
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Forefoot Pain

Forefoot pain is pain that occurs in the ball of the foot. It is another common complaint that podiatrists treat. The forefoot is a complicated area of the foot with many joints, muscles, bones and ligaments that can become injured.

Some of the most common conditions we treat are:

  • Metatarsal stress fractures and overload
  • Capsulitis/synovitis
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Plantar plate injuries
  • Bursitis
  • Neuroma/Neuritis

Do you experience any pain or discomfort in the ball of your foot? Corowa Podiatry can help you!


We will assess your pain and then implement a management plan specific to you at Corowa Podiatry. This may include but not limited to activity modification, strengthening and stretching programs, foot mobilisation techniques, footwear advice and orthomechanical therapy.


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Ankle Injuries

Ankle pain usually develops due to injury to the ankle bones or soft tissue and in most cases, it occurs due to an ankle sprain or wear and tear. The best way to treat ankle pain is to get professional advice from a podiatrist.

Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction

PTTD is a condition caused by changes to the tibialis posterior tendon impairing it’s ability to support the arch of the foot. This results in flattening of the foot over a period of time.


Bunions are deformities of the great toe, where the big toe migrates towards the second toe. Not all bunions are painful and some people may never experience pain but if you experience pain or discomfort, reach out to a podiatrist for assessment and management.



“Great friendly professional service. Feet have never felt better” – Neill B.

“Excellent communication and service with clear explanations and very easy to understand treatment” – Rodney B. 

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2A River Street
Corowa, NSW 2646

0438 269 658