Foot, Ankle & Gait Specialists in Exeter
Movement is Medicine
Medical Director: Jonathan Palmer BSc (Pod) FFPM RCPS (Glasg). FCPM
Consultant Musculoskeletal Podiatrist
Our team of Podiatrists in Exeter treat sports, overuse or age related injuries and monitor patients progress with state of the art technology. We have over 25 years experience treating Foot, Ankle, Knee, Hip and Back Pain.
Two decades of service to HM Royal Marines Training Centre make us one of the most experienced teams in the UK.
Top athletes, sports enthusiasts and military personnel value our outstanding record of injury prevention and treatment.
Whether your problem is simple or complex we are here and ready to help.
Foot, Ankle & Gait Experts in Exeter
Our Team of MSK Podiatrists specialise in Foot, Ankle & Leg injuries. We see a range of patients at our Exeter Podiatry Clinic, from children to seniors and first time runners to elite athletes.
We use a range of treatments to get you back on your feet doing the actvities that you love. If you have Foot, Ankle or Gait related pain or problems click on this module or fill out a Contact Form to talk to a Specialist.
Experienced Podiatry Team
Our Medical Director Mr Jonathan Palmer is a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons and has provided MSK Podiatry service to HM Royal Marines & Special Forces for over 20 years.
Custom Foot Orthoses
Our expert team specialise in the prescription and design of Custom Made Foot Orthoses. We have successfully prescribed Custom Orthoses to thousands of patients. Our aim is to keep you moving today and in the future.
Movement is Medicine
Keeping you moving means keeping you healthy. All our treatments are designed to optimise the way you move. Our Exeter based Podiatry team can keep you moving.
3D printing allows us to design Custom Orthoses with true close contact fit. Minimal carbon footprint makes our signature programme the future of sustainable Foot Orthotic therapy.
Video Gait Analysis helps us show you how a movement pattern might be contributing to your pain. Computer Gait Analysis supports our assessment on how you can improve your walking / running form.
Under 16 - 3DFootprint
Our new 3DFootprint programme has made updating Custom Foot Orthoses for growing children more accessible. We can now offer more affordable Podo-Paediatric solutions for childen and young adults under 16.
At Northernhay Clinic in Exeter, we provide a wide range of treatments for Lower Limb Pain. During your Consultation our Podiatry team will advise you on which treatment might suit you best. Whether it is Custom Foot Orthoses, Load Management, Shockwave Therapy or Exercise Therapy, we will help you find a suitable method to ease your pain.
Custom Foot Orthoses
The Foot Orthoses we prescribe at Northernhay Clinic are fully custom made and tailored to our patient’s feet. 3D scanning and printing technology allows us to capture a truly custom, close contact Orthotic shape.
Radial Shockwave Therapy is a highly effective & non-invasive treatment for a range of tendon and soft tissue injuries. Reducing pain and restoring function, it is often used as part of a fast acting treatment plan.
Targeted exercise, strength and mobility work often form a key part of our treatment programmes. Our Podiatrists will use exercise as a part of your treatment plan to reduce your pain and keep you moving.
Finding the right footwear can be a real challenge. When you have foot pain, this can prove even harder. Footwear choices are often crucial in the management of foot pain. Our team will work with you to find the footwear that works for you.
Video Gait Analysis helps us to assess, plan, and treat you when your condition affects the ability to walk or run. It also helps athletes to run and move more efficiently by identifying movement-related patterns and deficiencies.
Through school and play, children can put a lot of stress and strain through their feet. Many parents are concerned about their childen’s flat feet or the way they walk. Our Podiatrists can provide treatments for your child’s foot pain.