Sports Podiatry and Orthoses

Are you experiencing pain in your feet, ankles or lower limbs? Maybe you’ve noticed discoloured skin/nails, skin rashes or foot odour?

If so, the experienced Hong Kong Foot Clinic podiatrists are here to help.

Our clinic offers professional and expert podiatry care by Australian-trained podiatrists.

Our podiatrists treat all foot, ankle, and leg conditions:

Foot or leg pain
Foot or Leg Pain

You don’t have to live with foot or leg pain. Take the first steps to better foot health with the team at Hong Kong Foot Clinic.

Sports Podiatry
Sports Podiatry

Want to stay active? Our team helps with the prevention and management of lower limb conditions often associated with sports.

Skin or nails
Skin or Nails

Experiencing any skin or nail conditions? Our Podiatrists will help diagnose and treat a full range of dermatological conditions.

Foot health check
Foot Health Check

Foot health is an essential part of a healthy lifestyle. Identify potential issues early and reduce the risk of potential foot and leg pain.

Common podiatry conditions that we treat:


A build-up of hard, thick skin caused by injury, pressure or friction.

Plantar warts
Plantar Warts (Verrucas)

Hard, sometimes painful growths on the underside of your feet are caused by the human papillomavirus.

Ingrown toenails
Ingrown Toenails

The corner of your toenail grows into the flesh of your toe, causing pain and inflammation.

Cracked/dry skin
Cracked/Dry Skin

A common side-effect of conditions like athlete’s foot, diabetes or obesity.

Fungal infections
Fungal Infections

Our Podiatrists will diagnose and treat fungal nail infections(onychomycosis) and fungal skin infections(athlete’s foot).


Poorly fitting shoes may rub your skin and cause a blister.

Foot odour or discolouration
Foot Odour or Discolouration

Some health conditions or lifestyle habits may lead to foot odour or discolouration. We can help.

Plantar fasciitis
Plantar Fasciitis

A common condition often causing debilitating heel or arch pain.

Common sporting injuries we treat:

Playing sports is wonderful for your overall health and fitness, not to mention other important traits like goal-setting, self-discipline or teamwork.

But sport places unique demands on your body, which can lead to sudden traumatic injuries or trigger overtraining problems.

Heel pain and arch pain
Heel Pain and Arch Pain

High-impact sports like running may cause additional stress on the plantar fascia, the strong band of tissue that supports your arch.

Morton’s neuroma
Morton’s Neuroma/Metatarsalgia

Pressure or injury may cause sharp, burning pain or numbness in your toes or the ball of your foot.

Shin splints
Shin Splints

Inflammation of the muscles, tendons, and bone tissue around the inside edge of your shinbone (tibia).

Stress fractures
Stress Fractures

Tiny cracks in a bone are often caused by overuse injuries (e.g. through long-distance running) or underlying health conditions that weaken the bone (like osteoporosis).

Tendon overload
Tendon Overload

A breakdown of collagen fibres within a tendon, which may happen when training loads or forces exceed the tendon’s current capacity – beware of sudden changes to your training program.

Ankle pain
Ankle Pain

Sudden jolts or twists can overstretch or tear the ligaments in your ankle, leading to a painful sprain.

Patellofemoral pain
Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (Runner’s Knee)

Pain in the front of the knee around the kneecap which can be caused by misalignment or overuse.

ITB friction syndrome
ITB Friction Syndrome

Pain from the hips to the knees that worsens with activity because the iliotibial band is too tight. Common among cyclists and distance runners.

Lower back pain
Lower Back Pain

Are your feet contributing to your bad back? They could be. Flat feet or other biomechanical problems can cause problems in your knees, hips and back.

Sever’s disease
Sever’s Disease

Swelling and irritation of the growth plate in the heel – one of the most common causes of heel pain in children and adolescents.

Achilles tendinopathy
Achilles Tendinopathy

A degenerative condition that gradually weakens your Achilles tendon through overtraining, poor running technique or ageing.

If you’re after personalised care to get your foot and leg health back on track, see the team at Hong Kong Foot Clinic.

Foot Biomechanics and Orthoses

Foot biomechanics refers to the way the bones, muscles and joints in your feet and lower limbs interact and move.

Biomechanical problems in your feet may contribute to many sports injuries or foot conditions. Flat feet, for example, may distribute your weight in a way that puts extra pressure on your plantar fascia, contributing to the development of plantar fasciitis.

Your podiatrist can conduct a thorough biomechanical assessment. If necessary, we can prescribe and create customised orthotics that sit inside your shoes to correct your biomechanics. That may help to prevent or ease many common podiatry conditions.


Our Team

Hong Kong Foot Clinic has a team of experienced, trustworthy podiatrists who are committed to exceeding your expectations.

Brock Healy
Brock Healy


Sean Farnan
Sean Farnan


Alison Rooney
Alison Rooney


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