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Your Foot and Ankle Experts

Our highly trained and experienced team of physiotherapists and podiatrists offer a range of management strategies for foot, ankle, and leg problems affecting people of all ages and lifestyles. 


Your home of foot and ankle rehabilitation services

Foot and ankle Rehabilitation New Zealand is an industry-leading healthcare provider with clinics across a number of locations. We offer patients access to modern and innovative healthcare in state-of-the-art facilities.

We are proudly New Zealand-owned and operated.

We practice preventative care, treatment, and rehabilitation for a range of acute and chronic ailments, injuries, and conditions relating to bones joints, muscles, ligaments, tendons, and nerves of the foot and ankle. Our dedicated, skilled, and experienced team of healthcare practitioners is passionate about helping patients to feel their best. 

Services Offered

Podiatry

Our highly skilled podiatry team offers a range of management strategies for foot, ankle, and leg problems affecting people of all ages. We use exercise programs, strapping, dry needling, mobilisation, orthotics, and ongoing advice and education to help address issues.

Physiotherapy

Our highly trained and experienced physiotherapists offer an array of services to help you feel your best. Physiotherapy can help reduce stiffness and pain, increase mobility and improve quality of life.

Conditions We Treat

Heel Pain

Pain in the heel is commonly caused by overuse and can affect patients’ ability to complete day-to-day activities. Most people are familiar with the most common forms of heel pain such as plantar fasciitis and Achilles tendinopathy, however, there are a number of less-known conditions and reasons people may develop symptoms of heel pain

Rearfoot Pain

Ankle injuries include, but are not limited to ‘ankle sprains’. A ‘sprained’ ankle can mask damage to other structures such as a subtle fracture around the ankle joint, talus fractures, or dislocations as well as peroneal tendon ruptures. In addition, patients may complain of ankle pain that is not related to an acute injury but more an ‘overuse injury’.

Midfoot Pain

The midfoot consists of the three cuneiform bones, the cuboid, and the navicular bones as well as the surrounding soft tissue. The most common cause of midfoot pain is mid-tarsal joint sprains after an ankle injury, but the most important cause of midfoot pain is a stress fracture of the navicular bone. Tendinopathy of the extensor tendons is another common cause of midfoot pain.

Forefoot Pain

Forefoot problems that can severely compromise athletes and active patients include stress fractures and soft tissue injuries such as a plantar plate tear. Common problems that are far more significant in the ‘weekend warrior’ include corns, calluses, and nail problems.

With four state-of-the-art facilities in Auckland City, Hamilton, Tauranga and North Shore, you can be sure you're getting the best treatment for your foot condition, to put the bounce back in your step.