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Noosa Podiatrist

Craig Wanless has been a noosa podiatrist for 25 years.
He welcomes all patients with general foot conditions from painful ingrowing toenails to more complexed foot, ankle or knee conditions.
We pride our clinic on offering a friendly, caring & honest service.

His area of expertise is the management of chronic lower limb pain and utilising emerging therapies that work and are safe.

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Noosa Foot & Ankle Clinic

Lower limb pain & foot care experts
  • Gait assessments
  • Treatments for flat feet, in-toeing & knock-knees
  • Ingrowing toenail treatments
  • Solutions for Sever’s disease

Heel pain is the most common condition treated at the clinic.

Heel pain can be caused by:

  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Plantar fasciosis
  • Bursitis
  • Nerve inflammation
  • Tendon damage/inflammation
  • Fracture/stress fracture

We focus on accurate diagnosis with on site diagnostic ultrasound.
We establish the cause of pain and establish a treatment plan to get you back to normal as soon as possible.

Treatments include:

  • Custom Orthotics
  • Strapping
  • Physical therapy – strengthening exercises
  • Arch support
  • Footwear advice/change
  • Regenerative injection therapy

For the treatment of :

  • Osteoarthritis
  • Hip, knee, foot & ankle pain
  • Heel pain – plantar fasciitis
  • Tendon & ligament injury
  • Nerve injury or inflammation including neuromas

We offer expert advice and treatment for:

• Diabetic screenings, assessments & treatment
• Diabetic ulcer management
• Ingrowing toenails
• Corns
• Calluses
• General foot care & advice

Clinic specialises in the treatment of mild to severe ingrowing toenails.

We have a range of options depending on the severity and previous history.

We understand how painful ingrowing toenails are.  We use low pain techniques so most patients say that the treatment involved no or low levels of pain.

  • Low pain techniques
  • Immediate relief of pain
  • We use freezing sprays and local anaesthetic if required
  • Optional procedures and surgery available for long term or permanent relief.

Orthotics are often a necessary part of injury rehabilitation or management.

They encourage normal foot alignment and function.

Many lower limb and foot conditions are a result of poor alignment & function.

This may be because of your genetics, muscle weakness/tightness, poor pelvic alignment or function or previous injury.

We utilise a variety of orthotics that are compatible to the patient and their symptoms.

Heel pain is the most common condition treated at the clinic.

Heel pain can be caused by:

  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Plantar fasciosis
  • Bursitis
  • Nerve inflammation
  • Tendon damage/inflammation
  • Fracture/stress fracture

We focus on accurate diagnosis with on site diagnostic ultrasound.
We establish the cause of pain and establish a treatment plan to get you back to normal as soon as possible.

Treatments include:

  • Custom Orthotics
  • Strapping
  • Physical therapy – strengthening exercises
  • Arch support
  • Footwear advice/change
  • Regenerative injection therapy

We offer expert advice and treatment for:

• Diabetic screenings, assessments & treatment
• Diabetic ulcer management
• Ingrowing toenails
• Corns
• Calluses
• General foot care & advice

Clinic specialises in the treatment of mild to severe ingrowing toenails.

We have a range of options depending on the severity and previous history.

We understand how painful ingrowing toenails are.  We use low pain techniques so most patients say that the treatment involved no or low levels of pain.

  • Low pain techniques
  • Immediate relief of pain
  • We use freezing sprays and local anaesthetic if required
  • Optional procedures and surgery available for long term or permanent relief.
  • Platelet – Rich Plasma (PRP)
  • Autologous Conditioned Serum
  • Orthokine
  • Supakine
  • Prolotherapy
  • Neural prolotherapy
  • Stem Cell Therapy advice/liaison

For the treatment of :

  • Osteoarthritis
  • Hip, knee, foot & ankle pain
  • Heel pain – plantar fasciitis
  • Tendon & ligament injury
  • Nerve injury or inflammation including neuromas

Orthotics are often a necessary part of injury rehabilitation or management.

They encourage normal foot alignment and function.

Many lower limb and foot conditions are a result of poor alignment & function.

This may be because of your genetics, muscle weakness/tightness, poor pelvic alignment or function or previous injury.

We utilise a variety of orthotics that are compatible to the patient and their symptoms.

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