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The foot and ankle are made up of many small bones, all connected by a web of ligaments, muscles and tendons. These all need to work properly together to give strength, balance and support for walking, running and standing. The most common problem associated with feet is plantar fasciitis (fash-ee-eye-tus) – a painful condition presenting as sharp pain underneath the foot. Ankle function is also commonly affected by problems with the Achilles tendon. For help with your foot and ankle, get in touch.

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