Foot pain is far too common and many people ignore early signs of problems of foot pain that can become far more serious. Foot problems can quickly escalate to serious foot problems due to the amount of force that is exerted through feet every day. Feet absorb two or three times your body weight per step with activity. With 10 000 steps per day recommended for active people, your feet will absorb about 2000 tons of force per day for the average person. It is no wonder that feet become painful!

Foot pain can be very difficult to diagnose due to the extra ordinary work that the small structures of the foot need to perform on a daily basis.

Morton's Neuroma

Morton’s neuroma refers to the inflammation of the nerve that passes between the joints of the forefoot... (click for more)

Stress Fractures

Stress Fractures (Bone Stress Reactions) can go undiagnosed for months or even years. Diagnosis involves an MRI and an accurate history to identify... (click for more)


Bunions refer to the thickening of bone each side of the big toe joint. Sometimes painful, these bumps and angled big toes are caused by... (click for more)


Metatarsalgia simply describes inflammation of a metatarsal and is not an accurate diagnosis of a... (click for more)


Sesamoiditis described inflammation of the two small bones underneath the big toe area of the ball of the foot. These bones assist... (click for more)

Foot Pain Treatments

Having your foot assessed by an experience foot specialist is the key to an accurate early diagnosis that will enable you to get moving again quickly.

Putting your trust in an experienced and professional podiatrist will ensure you not only have your foot pain accurately diagnosed but with the team at Shoes Feet Gear we put you on the correct treatment plan for you to recover as quickly and thoroughly as possible.

Our Brisbane podiatrists have a special interest in diagnosing and treating lower limb injuries.

Shoes Feet Gear's Brisbane Podiatrists and Gladstone Podiatrists can help you with all lower limb complaints.