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Foot And Leg Pain Centre

Podiatry Carlingford

Healthy feet, happy life. 

Dr Angus Chard PhD

The “Foot and Leg Pain Centre” has been established for 20 years and is about restoring your “Physical Freedom”.

Dr Angus Chard, PhD, has distinguished himself among his colleagues with 30 years of clinical experience and a doctorate in Podiatric Musculoskeletal Medicine with an emphasis in children’s foot and leg dynamics.

He leads a passionate team of highly skilled Podiatrists near Carlingford who are anchored by our shared values of credibility, integrity and delivering world-class outcomes. We specialise in the diagnosis, assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of chronic foot, leg, and lower back pain.

Our goal is to offer instant relief followed by long term symptom resolution.

Common Podiatry Conditions

Given its complex structure, various regions of the foot including the toes, sole, forefoot, rearfoot, and ankle can be susceptible to pain. 

Knee discomfort can arise due to numerous factors and can impact people at any age. 

Conditions like ingrown toenails, plantar warts, corns and calluses, and more are among the skin and nail issues that can affect the feet. 

Despite their small stature and little feet, children aren’t immune to pain! Determining the origins of pain as promptly as possible is crucial for their ongoing growth and development. 

Issues with the feet and legs can have far-reaching effects, such as to the hips and lower back. 

Those suffering from diabetes and specific other health issues might face a greater risk of foot complications compared to others. 

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What To Expect From Podiatry

Podiatry Assessment Carlingford

1. Assessment

The Carlingford podiatrist should inspect the area you’re worried about, be it on the sole of your foot, around a toenail, or in your ankles, knees, or hips. They might observe and manipulate the area, as well as observe your gait to identify the potential source of your problem. 

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2. Diagnosis

With the gathered data, your podiatrist should formulate a diagnosis of your condition. If it’s deemed necessary, X-Rays, ultrasound and MRI scans may be requested to support your diagnosis. 

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3. Treatment

Once your condition has been diagnosed, your podiatrist will devise and propose the most suitable treatment approach for you 

Everything You Need to Know About Podiatry

Podiatry is a branch of medicine devoted to the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of the feet and lower limbs. While it’s primarily associated with the feet, podiatry also extends to the lower legs, and the benefits of podiatry may be felt all the way from your toes to your head.

Seeing a podiatrist near Carlingford may be necessary if you are encountering problems with your feet such as plantar fasciitis (heel pain), arthritis, flat feet, sprains, or any other issues impacting your feet or lower legs. If a healthcare professional believes your feet or legs might be the root of a problem, they may refer you to a podiatrist. An experienced podiatrist, well-informed about all aspects of feet, ankles, and legs, strives to ensure you regain your mobility as swiftly and freely as possible. 

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How We Treat Your Feet

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Posture And Biomechanics

The way you hold your body when you move and when you’re still may play large roles in any pain or discomfort you may be experiencing.

General Podiatry Rehabilitation Carlingford


Numerous types of rehabilitation exist for feet, includiing dry needling, joint mobilisation, stretching, strengthening, and shockwave.

General Podiatry Falls Assessment Carlingford

Walking Running And Falls Assessment

Evaluating your gait— your walking and running style— can be beneficial in warding off injuries and unnecessary falls.

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Footwear And Orthotics

The correct footwear is key, while orthotics may be fitted to a wide range of footwear types to help you and your children move painlessly and more efficiently.

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Ingrown Toenail Treatment

The treatments for ingrown toenails extend from mild approaches to surgical solutions, all intended to be as painless as we can make them.

General Podiatry Cosmetic Toenail Surgery Carlingford

Painless Cosmetic Toenail Surgery

At times, it may be advised to extract a part of an ingrown toenail. We ensure utmost care to do this without pain and in a cosmetically pleasing manner. Local anesthetic can be provided if required.

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Why Foot and Leg Pain Centre?

30+ Years Of Experience

Dr Angus Chard, PhD, represents the second generation of podiatrists in his family, bringing with him more than 30 years of hands-on experience.

Wide Range Of Treatments

We present an array of treatment alternatives and will explore all potential options with you.

Evidence-Based Treatments

With a Doctorate and extensive clinical experience, Dr Angus Chard, PhD, recognises the importance of balancing evidence with clinical experience.

Referrals From Practitioners

Practitioners: We are dedicated to assisting your patients in maintaining their independent activity levels through podiatry treatment. Do you think any of your patients could benefit from podiatry treatment? If so, we gladly welcome your referrals. With a special focus on addressing complex and chronic foot and leg pain, we can provide high-quality care in a welcoming setting. We are also open to collaboration and accepting patients under the Enhanced Primary Care Plan arrangement. Contact our team today to find out more! 

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Answers to Your Podiatry Questions

A podiatrist examines your feet and lower limbs to identify any potential problems and, if identified, how they could be addressed. At Foot and Leg Pain Centre, our aim is to reinstate your physical mobility. 

Typical cases managed by podiatrists involve flat or overly arched feet, plantar fasciitis, ankle sprains, skin and nail anomalies, and patients living with conditions such as arthritis and diabetes. 

Regular foot hygiene involves good cleansing and drying of your feet, managing clean toenails, and resorting to a podiatrist if any potential issues are detected. 

Many people choose to see a podiatrist if they experience pain or discomfort in their feet or ankles or notice something such as a plantar wart, bunion, or a bothersome corn or callus. Additionally, people with diabetes should regularly see a podiatrist due to their increased risk of developing foot problems. 

No, you do not need a referral to see a podiatrist.

Yes you will. It is anchored in our values to get you hip hop happy before walking out the door so that you may leave your pain behind. 

Yes, we base our treatments on evidence, experience, and the individual patient’s needs and goals. Some of the studies referenced in this page include: 

Blair, S. N. (2009). “Physical inactivity: the biggest public health problem of the 21st century.” British Journal of Sports Medicine 43(1): 1-2. 

At the Foot and Leg Pain Centre, we regularly treat patients in Dural, NSW and the surrounding suburbs including Arcadia, Baulkham Hills, Beecroft, Bella Vista, Carlingford, Castle Hill, Cheltenham, Cherrybrook, Galston, Glenhaven, Hornsby, Kellyville, Norwest, Pennant Hills, Rouse Hill, Seven Hills, Thornleigh, Wahroonga, Westleigh & Winston Hills.

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Step Up Your Foot Health

At Foot and Leg Pain Centre, we’re here to assist you with all your foot and leg worries. Whether you’re a student, athlete, senior, or even all of the above (great job!), you deserve to reclaim the physical freedom that podiatry treatment can offer. Our aim is to restore your physical freedom and help you resume your activities as quickly and safely as possible. To get started, book your initial assessment.