The Mighty Foot


There are 26 bones and 33 joints in each mighty foot. All need to be working for optimum foot mobility.

Image of model skeleton foot

Every joint should move; each toe has the ability to move independently; the muscles and fascia have the potential to be strong and support the weight above it easily, without the use of cushioned shoes (and function better, in fact, without the cushioning). 

Have you got achey, sore feet? Come and see one of our osteopaths. We can help to improve your foot mobility, but more importantly teach you how to do it yourself. 

We can give advice on mobility, strength and balance to improve your function and therefore ease your pain.

Got an achey knee? Painful low back? It's very likely you've got a foot/ankle issue too.

Got "flat feet"? It's likely you're hips/pelvis are not supporting your feet. Your alignment could be less than optimum. We can guide you through this too. 

Linda has a keen interest in the biomechanics of the body and LOVES teaching her patients and clients on how to realign the body for optimum and efficient movement.