Podiatry is a medical modality that specializes in the foot and lower limb.

We treat newborns to elderly patients. 


Our Mission

To get you out of pain and back on your feet fast


There are 9 sub specialties in Podiatry - the ones highlighted in bold are the ones we manage:

  1. Diabetic foot - high risk wound care

  2. Forensic Podiatry

  3. General Podiatry - corns and callus

  4. Gerontology

  5. Podopediatrics - children's feet

  6. Reconstructive Surgery

  7. Rheumatology - arthritic feet - orthotic therapy

  8. Soft Tissue Surgery - ingrown nails and warts

  9. Sport and Biomechanics - orthotic therapy


Podiatrists diagnose and treat over 300 conditions.

Some of the conditions commonly treated are:

  • achilles tendonitis

  • bunions

  • clubfoot

  • corns and callus

  • diabetic foot disease

  • flat feet

  • foot pain

  • heel spurs

  • hip pain

  • ingrown nails

  • knee pain

  • metatarsalgia

  • morton's neuroma

  • osgood schlatters disease

  • pigeon toes

  • plantar fasciitis

  • severs disease

  • shin splints

  • toe walking

  • warts

  • X and O legs


What ARE ORTHOTICS

  ORTHOTICS eliminate or greatly improve pain symptoms

 

ORTHOTICS eliminate or greatly improve pain symptoms

  • customized light-weight plastic or foam insoles that go inside your shoes

  • re-align your feet and legs in the best functioning position

  • protect you from prolonged micro-trauma or further injury caused by mal-alignment

  • get you back to a normal quality of life fast

You are going to cover 128,000 km during your lifetime - that’s 3 times around the earth ... more if you are active in sports.

If it doesn’t look right or doesn’t feel right, then you need to see us.
— Dr Peter Norton, Podiatrist

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  Clubfoot patient, Sintia Lestari and her mum receiving treatment from Dr Peter Norton on Gili Trawangan

 

Clubfoot patient, Sintia Lestari and her mum receiving treatment from Dr Peter Norton on Gili Trawangan

It is so fulfilling to see a child walk normally and to know you have changed their life for the better for-ever.
— Dr Peter Norton, podiatrist - Founder Kaki Bali Clubfoot Foundation