It was excellent! It’s like I have new feet! read moreBrian Woods
I have been rock climbing and running half marathons for the past few years. I started getting corns on my right foot, to the point that it became incredibly painful to walk bare foot, let alone continue doing the sports that I enjoy… read moreMr. Tan
After years of recurring ankle problems, I finally decided to get my condition checked out at FPC. Dr. Reyneker patiently explained the biomechanics involved in walking and helped me comprehend the aches and pains I often felt… read moreEunice
The Family Podiatry Centre team focuses on treating and preventing foot and leg (lower limb) related ailments, not only in the individual, but the whole family. This concept was developed after accepting the fact that a large percentage of lower limb conditions result from anatomical deviations from the norm, that run in the family. If you have it, it is likely that your brother has it or your kids will get it. Identifying lower limb misalignments such as flat feet, a tilted pelvis or knock knees as early as possible and evaluating the rest of the family can help prevent many painful conditions such as heel pain, knee pain and lower back pain. Early detection and treatment would be beneficial in improving range of motion and overall quality of life as well.
We look forward to meeting you and your family at our podiatry clinic in Malaysia to help maintain one of our most important assets – our Lower Limbs.
The word Podiatrist (‘podos’ and ‘iatros’) literally means foot/leg physician. The Family Podiatry Centre, therefore, offers treatment for all conditions of the lower limb. That includes the following:
How can our family podiatry clinic in Malaysia help you?
We will evaluate and diagnose your condition before we prescribe or administer the appropriate treatment. This may involve anything from orthotics to manual therapy to modalities such as ESWT (shockwave therapy) to exercise. At the Family Podiatry Centre in Malaysia and Singapore, we always strive to seek conservative treatments first, since this is often the most effective way of treating conditions of the lower limb.