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Foot And Leg Pain Centre

Podiatry Cheltenham

Nurturing healthy feet for a 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 Cheltenham 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

The foot is a complex structure, and pain may occur in many different areas, including the toes, sole, forefoot, rearfoot and ankle. 

A variety of reasons may lead to knee pain, affecting individuals of all ages. 

The feet can be impacted by skin and nail disorders such as ingrown toenails, plantar warts, corns and calluses, among others. 

Being small doesn’t spare children from experiencing discomfort in their legs and feet! It’s vital to detect the sources of pain at the earliest stage to support their growth and development. 

Problems affecting the feet and legs can lead to broader impacts, even extending to the hips and lower back. 

Persons living with diabetes and particular other medical conditions might be more susceptible to developing foot problems than their counterparts. 

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What To Expect From Podiatry

Podiatry Assessment Cheltenham

1. Assessment

Your Cheltenham podiatrist will examine the region you’re troubled by, whether on your foot’s sole, around a toenail, or involving your ankles, knees, or hips. This may mean them visually inspecting and touching the area, and watching how you walk to establish the potential origin of your trouble. 

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2. Diagnosis

Using these observations, your podiatrist should deduce and deliver a diagnosis of your condition. If required, X-Rays, ultrasound and MRI scans might be prescribed to aid in confirming your diagnosis. 

Podiatry Treatment Cheltenham

3. Treatment

Once they’ve diagnosed your condition, your podiatrist will ascertain and recommend the best suited treatment course for you. 

What is 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.

If you’re dealing with foot conditions like plantar fasciitis (heel pain), arthritis, flat feet, or sprains, or any other lower limb issues, a visit to a podiatrist could be beneficial. Other healthcare practitioners might also refer you to a podiatrist if they believe your issue originates from your feet or legs. A seasoned podiatrist is thoroughly knowledgeable about feet, ankles, and legs and aims to restore your mobility to the fullest extent in the quickest time possible. 

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How We Treat Your Feet

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Posture And Biomechanics

Your body's posture during movement and at rest can significantly influence any pain or discomfort you might be feeling.

General Podiatry Rehabilitation Cheltenham


A variety of rehabilitation methods for feet are available, such as dry needling, joint mobilisation, stretching, strengthening, and shockwave.

General Podiatry Falls Assessment Cheltenham

Walking Running And Falls Assessment

Assessing your gait— the way you walk and run— may be useful in preventing injuries and avoidable 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.

General Podiatry Ingrown Toenails Cheltenham

Ingrown Toenail Treatment

Ingrown toenail treatments vary from conservative methods to surgical options, all of which we aim to make as painless as possible.

General Podiatry Cosmetic Toenail Surgery Cheltenham

Painless Cosmetic Toenail Surgery

Occasionally, the recommendation might be to eliminate a segment of an ingrown toenail. We go to great lengths to perform this painlessly and with cosmetic consideration. Local anaesthesia is on hand when necessary.

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Why Foot and Leg Pain Centre?

30+ Years Of Experience

A second generation podiatrist, Dr Angus Chard, PhD, boasts more than 30 years in the field.

Wide Range Of Treatments

We offer many forms of treatment and will discuss all of your 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: Our aim in podiatry treatment is to help your patients maintain their independence and activity levels. Do you believe any of your patients could benefit from podiatry treatment? If so, we are delighted to accept your referrals. With our expertise in managing complex and chronic foot and leg pain, we offer quality care in a welcoming environment. We are also eager to collaborate with you and welcome patients under the Enhanced Primary Care Plan arrangement. Get in touch with our team today to discover more! 

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All Your Podiatry Questions Answered

A podiatrist assesses your feet and lower legs to determine if there are any issues and, if so, how they may be able to help. At Foot and Leg Pain Centre, our focus is on restoring your physical freedom. 

Common conditions addressed by podiatrists include flat or excessively arched feet, plantar fasciitis, ankle sprains, skin and nail disorders, and patients with ailments like arthritis and diabetes. 

General foot maintenance includes thorough washing and drying of your feet, maintaining tidy toenails, and seeking a podiatrist’s help if you observe any possible concerns. 

Many people decide to visit a podiatrist if they face pain or discomfort in their feet or ankles or suffer with conditions like plantar warts, bunions, or troublesome corns or calluses. Plus, people diagnosed with diabetes should see a podiatrist routinely due to their escalated risk of foot issues. 

No, you can directly visit a podiatrist without needing a referral.

Certainly, you will. Making you hip hop happy before you walk out the door, leaving your pain behind, is deeply rooted in our values. 

Certainly, our treatments are grounded in 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.

Foot And Leg Pain Centre

Step Up Your Foot Health

At Foot and Leg Pain Centre, we’re here for all of your foot and leg concerns. Whether you’re a student, athlete, senior, or all of the above (go you!), you deserve to experience the physical freedom that podiatry treatment may offer. We aim to restore your physical freedom and get you back up and running as quickly and safely as possible. To get started, book your initial assessment.