Foot clinic for foot arch pain?

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sid_seal
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Foot clinic for foot arch pain?

Postby sid_seal » Fri Sep 01, 2017 12:35 pm

Hello,
Not the sexiest of topics I know - I have been experiencing foot arch pain, I guess as a consequence of running, for about a month and a half, and have come to the conclusion that it won't go away if I pretend it isn't there :lol:.
Can anyone recommend a local foot clinic for this type of problems? Any experiences of Balham Foot Care, who seem to be treating sports injuries?
Many thanks!
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Rocks
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Re: Foot clinic for foot arch pain?

Postby Rocks » Fri Sep 01, 2017 1:30 pm

Been to Foot Health Battersea on Battersea Rise for hard skin and new orthotics... would recommend...
Good luck! Its the worst not being able to run!
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Re: Foot clinic for foot arch pain?

Postby sid_seal » Fri Sep 01, 2017 4:49 pm

Thank you Rocks! I'll definitely look it up.
And yes, it's a pain not being able to run :(
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Re: Foot clinic for foot arch pain?

Postby BodyLogicRunning » Mon Sep 04, 2017 9:21 am

We are movement specialists with a specific running analysis and training facility in Battersea. We have successfully treated many clients with foot arch pain getting to the bottom of the issue and most importantly getting them back running safely injury free and preventing further injury!

BodyLogicHealth.co.uk
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Re: Foot clinic for foot arch pain?

Postby IllaHayward » Tue Dec 29, 2020 6:20 pm

Orthotic insoles are great for arch pain and many other foot/knee/hip/ back problems. I'd suggest going to see Norbert at Foot Factor (020 7631 0077). They're in central London but worth the journey especially as they offer a free consultation and assessment if you're not sure what you want/need.

If you decide to have orthotics they are then made with you in the workshop. This results in a very precise fit/support and is fascinating to see too. They're ready to wear when you leave. It's a very different approach to how most UK orthotics are made, it's simple but works so well.
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