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Children's Foot Health

Childrens foot issues are treated at Atlantic Podiatry

Foot, ankle and lower limb conditions in growing children and adolescents can lead to severe pain and issues with gait and participation in sports.

We provide specialised paediatric assessments and treatments to address conditions ranging from structural issues, such as flat footedness, to more general problems such as ingrown nails or infections.

Diabetic Foot Assessments

Diabetic Foot checks are done at Atlantic Podiatry

Diabetic foot checks are a vital preventative to detect and prevent complications associated with diabetes.

  • General diabetic foot care

  • Diabetic foot assessment

  • Wound care & prevention

  • Vascular assessment

  • Diabetic Insoles

Dermal Foot Fillers

Dermal foot fillers are done at Atlantic Podiatry

We are the only provider in Bermuda to offer this revolutionary long-term solution to painful corns.

This cutting edge treatment involves the injection of hydrolauric acid underneath the site of the corn, filling the space and reducing the buildup and associated pain with corns.

Fungal Infections

Fungal nails are treated at Atlantic Podiatry

Fungal infections are very common in Bermuda, particularly due to our climate.
These fungal infections include athlete’s foot (Tinea pedis) and fungal nail infections. Treatment involves reducing the fungal build up and advice on topical treatments to help control and clear the infection.

General Podiatry Care

General/routine foot treatment is done at Atlantic Podiatry

Podiatrist are able to treat a wide range of conditions, including:​​

  • Thickened and fungal nails

  • Warts and Verrucae

  • Corns, callouses & blisters

  • Ingrown toenails

  • Routine toenail care and maintenance

Heel Pain

Heel pain is treated at Atlantic Podiatry

Many different conditions result in heel pain, such as plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendon issues, fractures and arthritis, as well as cracked heels and other skin conditions.

Our podiatrists provide a comprehensive assessment to determine why your heel pain has occurred and work with you to treat the root cause.

House Calls & CareHomes

Elderly and seniors are treated at Atlantic Podiatry

As part of our "care in the community" initiative we offer house calls to our patients that have accessibility and chronic health issues that prevent them coming to our clinic.

We also work with several of the islands carehomes to ensure the long-term residents have access to Podiatry services.

Ingrown Toenails

Ingrown toenails are treated at Atlantic Podiatry

Ingrown toenails can be debilitating and cause problems such as infection and gait changes. We are experts in treating these conditions to alleviate pain and resolve the infection.

Our treatments are performed same-day and can be done under local anaesthetic if required. We also perform minor surgeries in clinic to temporarily or permanently remove the affected portion of the toenail.

Prescription Orthotics

Custom orthotcs are made at Atlantic Podiatry

Orthoses can improve overall foot and lower limb function to resolve pain and help you perform at your best, treating conditions such as:

  • Plantar fasciitis

  • Pain when exercising and walking

  • Excessive wear to shoes

  • Pressure and callous buildup on the feet

  • Reduction in bunion formation

Sports Injuries

Sports injuries are treated at Atlantic Podiatry

Whether you're starting a new exercise regime, or are a frequent exerciser. Many of us will at some point suffer from some pain or discomfort when exercising.
Sometimes it's as simple as changing out your footwear, or it may need a more in depth Biomechanical assessment and possible prescription orthotic treatment.
Our team will discuss your needs and tailor the best plan to get you back on your feet and feeling great!


Warts/Verrucaes are treated at Atlantic Podiatry

Viral infections such as verrucae pedis (plantar warts) are commonly found on the feet and can be treated by our podiatrists to reduce discomfort and resolve the infection.

A number of treatment methods are available and our podiatrists will work with you to identify the most suitable and effective approach for you.

Wound Care

Wound care is undertaken at Atlantic Podiatry

Approximately 15 % of diabetics develop foot ulcers, and 6% of those are hospitalized for infection or other ulcer related problems.  Diabetic foot ulcers are the number 1 cause of non-traumatic amputations in the Bermuda.

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