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HODSON-CORNFORD

Craig Hodson-Cornford. With over 30 years of experience, Instep Podiatry Brisbane’s head podiatrist Craig Hodson-Cornford has developed a strong reputation in the South East Queensland community for providing results-focused podiatry solutions. Developing a special interest in musculoskeletal podiatry, including sports medicine, Craig has successfully treated numerous patients with chronic pain issues from sports injury and […]

Sports Injury

Sport injuries are serious injuries, and incorrect care and rehabilitation at the time of the incident often results in chronic pain, discomfort or a resulting injury further down the track. It doesn’t matter if you experience this one month or ten years after occurrence, there is a high frequency of associated pain and injuries directly related to a previous sports injury.

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What Are Bunions? Causes & How To Get Rid Of Hallux Valgus

Ever wondered what a bunion (hallux valgus) is? Check out our latest blog for a comprehensive overview of bunions. From causes and treatments to preventative measures or pain relief. What is Hallux Valgus (Bunion)? The term bunion is commonly encountered but is often used incorrectly, so what is a bunion? A bunion (Hallux valgus) is […]

Cracked Heels? Here’s everything you need to know

Over summer Instep Podiatry saw a notable increase in patients presenting with fissured (cracked) heels. However, this comes as no surprise given the climate in the Queensland region over summer. Fissuring of the heels is caused by the reduced elasticity of skin when it becomes dry (think of cracked lips) from excessive evaporation of perspiration […]

What is Plantar Fasciitis

What is Plantar Fasciitis Plantar fasciitis affects the plantar fascia, a thick ligament that runs under the foot from the toes to the heel bone. This ligament is designed to assist with  shock-absorption and help support the arch of the foot. However, unlike muscle tissue, the plantar fascia is not very elastic so it isn’t very stretchy. […]

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