Foot & Ankle Surgery & Conditions

Feet and ankles are easy to overlook. Although you rely on your feet and ankles every day, you rarely consider them until there is a problem. It may be a sudden injury or a condition that has lain dormant for many years which unexpectedly becomes an issue.
Flat Feet

Our foot surgeons at Schoen Clinic have many years of experience in treating flat feet and high arches. Your feet are in the best hands with us.

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Achilles Tendon

The Achilles tendon is actually the strongest tendon in the whole body, but frequent high stresses can cause issues.

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Ankle Cartilage Injuries

At Schoen Clinic, you can receive comprehensive advice from our foot and ankle specialists and discuss which treatment is best for your symptoms.

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Ankle Joint: Arthrosis

Three bones, one joint, a thousand steps a day – your ankle joint copes with a lot. If you are experiencing pain, cartilage wear, known as ankle joint arthrosis, may be responsible.

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Hallux Rigidus (Arthritis in Toes)

If every step is agony, a degenerative disorder (arthritis) in the big toe joint may be the cause. Arthritis makes your big toe stiff and causes pain in your foot.

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Ankle Ligament Injuries

A torn ligament is often painful and causes swelling in the injured foot, meaning that you can no longer walk without pain.

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Hallux Valgus (Bunion)

At Schoen Clinic, you can receive comprehensive advice from our foot and ankle specialists and discuss which treatment is best for your symptoms.

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Heel pain or plantar fasciitis

Heel pain is common and affects all types of people from the sedentary and overweight to the fit and active.

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Knowledge & Insights

4th April, 2019
The bunion had to go

Read the story of one of our patients who had minimally invasive bunion surgery at Schoen Clinic London.

11th March, 2019
Running a marathon? Top tips on avoiding injury

Regular training sessions and long distance runs can have a cumulative effect on the body. Seemingly small niggles can build up resulting in a much larger, more serious injury which may mean you have to stop training altogether.

4th March, 2019
4D body scanner

Are you experiencing niggling pain in your foot, hip, knee or back? Do you want to improve your running technique or simply prevent future injuries?