Services and Fees- Dundee Clinic
In our Dundee clinic we only offer specialist Sports/Musculoskeletal Podiatry, Orthotic and Gait Analysis services. You will find a list of our services below. We do not offer routine Chiropody/Podiatry treatments in Dundee. If you are unsure which type of treatment you require, please contact us so that we can discuss your requirements with you.
14 Dudhope Street
Thursday 8am - 1pm
Free onsite parking available
Services and fees
This appointment type is aimed at non sport related musculoskeletal injuries. The appointment will start with a thorough history taking, including a full medical history, discussion of your current activity and specific information regarding the presenting problem.
Following the history taking you will be taken through a series of specific tests to diagnose your injury. Your diagnosis will then be clearly explained to you, and a treatment plan will be tailored for your specific problem.
An in-depth assessment of any injury related to sport. The appointment will start with a thorough history taking, including a full medical history, discussion of your current training regime, current/future goals, and specific information regarding the presenting problem.
You will then be taken through a series of specific, functional and dynamic tests to highlight areas where there is either a restriction in joint motion or a lack of muscle strength. 2D video gait analysis will be performed.
Following the assessment, a treatment plan, tailored to your specific needs will be agreed and explained to you in full.
Suitable for individuals with musculoskeletal conditions who have been referred to us for gait analysis by another healthcare professional, who has already carried out their own clinical examination of their patient.
The assessment includes a medical history to discuss any musculoskeletal issues, your activity levels/training and your general health. This is followed by an objective 3D gait analysis of you walking/running on the treadmill.
You will receive a detailed written report of your running gait, identifying biomechanical issues, asymmetries and performance indicators, which will be discussed with you and shared with your therapist.
If appropriate, a rehabilitation programme to address any issues identified will be recommended.
The assessment includes a detailed history which will take into consideration medical history, current or previous injuries and your activity levels/training.
This is followed by a detailed and objective musculoskeletal assessment of your strength, flexibility, motor-control and stability.
You will then be taken through a state-of-the-art 3D gait analysis of you walking/running on the treadmill.
You will receive a detailed written report of your running gait and musculoskeletal function, identifying biomechanical issues, musculoskeletal deficits, asymmetries and performance indicators, which will be discussed with you.
The results will be used to provide you with evidence-based recommendations, which might include exercise therapy, further treatment and gait retraining.
Foot orthoses are specialised medical insoles which are accommodated in your footwear. Functional foot orthoses are very effective in improving foot function and reducing stress on painful structures. ‘Total contact’ orthoses redistribute pressure over the entire foot, eliminating pressure points and reducing the possibility of tissue breakdown, thereby increasing comfort and mobility. ‘Total contact’ insoles are used extensively in patients with Diabetes, Rheumatoid Arthritis and are very effective in treating painful corns and callus. We offer custom made orthoses that are made specifically to the exact requirements of your condition made by a leading UK laboratory.
Foot orthoses are specialised medical insoles which are accommodated in your footwear. Functional foot orthoses are very effective in improving foot function and reducing stress on painful structures. We stock a wide variety of pre-formed foot orthoses which can be effectively used to treat various conditions such as pain in the ball of the foot, arch pain, heel pain, flat foot and anterior knee pain.
Steroid injections can be effectively used for various conditions such as joint pain, heel pain and Morton's neuroma.