Meet Karen WoodKaren Wood below has had a significant 16 and 12 degree in her bunions. She is now able to wear more shoes and pleased she doesn't need expensive surgery!Well done Karen!read post
Do your feet hurt? If you suffer from heel, knee or back pain when you exercise or stand for long periods of time, like 45% of the population, you may have misaligned feet or ankles.read post
Meet Cheryl, a motivated client with a typical case of bunions. Determined to prevent her bunions getting worse she decided to get a bunion assessment here at Corrective Foot Solutions.read post
Jim presented to Corrective Foot Solutions because he had severe pain in his right knee that wasn't going away. Frustrated that he had seen physiotherapists,doctors and even tried orthotics from a general podiatrist, with no relief. Desperate to get back to running he decided to give us a go after hearing some positive results at our clinic.read post
Do you want feet like your mother? For many people, the answer to that question is a resounding no! The great thing is you can avoid and correct common problems suffered by your parents - like bunions, hammertoes and other foot pain. Whats more, you can do it without surgery and without orthotics.read post
Bunions affect one in three New Zealanders. According to doctors and most podiatrists, the only way to correct a bunion is surgery. Many people remain unaware of the fact that here's a painless and natural way to effectively treat and correct your bunions, which doesn't require either expensive surgery or orthotics.read post
Many people think that surgery is the only treatment option for bunions. However, FMT is extremely successful in most cases. Using this method, we gently guide the joints back into the correct position and then strengthen the muscles around that joint to reinforce a new position. As a result, the body will naturally straighten the bunion, with help from the hands-on therapy that you receive in the clinic.read post
Normally, heel pain or pain in the arch of the foot is due to a condition called plantar fasciitis.Approximately 10% of people will have this problem at some stage in their life. Plantar fasciitis is brought on by a misalignment of the joints, leading to inflammation of the tissue under the bottom of theread post
Normally, heel pain or pain in the arch of the foot is due to a condition called plantar fasciitis. Plantar fasciitis is one of the most common causes of foot pain.read post
Osteoarthritis is a serious health condition and is the single greatest cause of disability in New Zealand. More than half a million people are affected by arthritis during their life time. In fact 25,440 New Zealanders will not be able to work this year due to this crippling condition leading to lost earnings, production productivity and not to mention the negative effects on quality of life.read post
The majority of foot problems we see at Corrective Foot Solutions are chronic in nature, and their foot issues have happened over a long period of time. Most of our clients don’t realise this is the case. In fact some research tells us that we might only feel the most recent deterioration in our feet. (Approximately 7% of the overall foot pathology).read post
Meet Lorraine, aged 60. Lorraine had advanced bunions bilaterally (the big toe turned inwards), and she was concerned that they were getting largerread post
Meet Andriany (56) with a common case of bunions (big toe turned inwards). Frighted by the idea of her bunions getting worse, painful surgery, adjusting her footwear to accommodate the deviation of her joint, she decided to get some advice about her further developing big toe problemread post
What are bunions? A bunion is a deviation of the big toe towards the middle of the foot. Without treatment, a bony growth may develop, causing a bump or enlargement on the side and over the top of the big toeread post
A number of patients that have attended Corrective Foot Solutions have been frustrated that no one has discussed the underlying cause of their foot issues or created a plan to address the underlying cause, for long term benefits. Pain as a result of tissue damage or inflammation is usually caused by two main underlying causes.read post
Meet Janine a patient who attended Corrective Foot Solutions due to a painful bunion on her right foot. Janine was highly motivated to get her bunion treated as she had a few family weddings to attend.read post
I have no pain in my calves or feet and I can now wear my ballets flats and high heels with no pain!.
I've noticed a significant change in my bunions. My feet feel a lot more free!.
I'm so relieved that I did the treatment because I was told, surgery was my only option for my feet.
For the first time my feet are pain free, I don't wear orthotics anymore and my bunions feel and look great! Highly recommend!.