Injection Therapy

Non-surgical injection treatments to stimulate healing: We have various options for treatments dependant on your condition and our assessment findings. We customise the best solution for you in a treatment plan to help reduce your pain, and improve your quality of life. Our treatments are relatively painless, as we use topical and local anaesthetics.



Also known as Traumeel Injections – Biopuncture therapy uses small injections of natural bio-therapeutic medicines around the site of pain or inflammation to help reduce pain and stimulate the immune system and natural healing. These treatments are particularly effective for soft tissue or joint pain or inflammation. It is a popular treatment with athletes and sports people as the active ingredients are derived from plants and therefore completely natural.

Hyaluronic Acid


Hyaluronic acid is a substance attaching itself to collagen and elastin to form cartilage. HA provides supplies of synovial which is needed in healthy joint lubrication, to keep you mobile. It also keeps cartilage extremely flexible and strong. We commonly use Ostenil, particularly useful for stiff painful joints in the lower limb, and foot/ankle. It works by restoring the normal synovial fluid balance, and is commonly used by Orthopaedic and sports medicine professionals. Note: we also inject Knees.

Dermal Fillers


Suffering from persistent corns or calluses and looking for treatment options? We use the latest dermal fillers to increase the padding around sore lesions, reducing the need for routine chiropody, and enabling you to wear more fashionable footwear once again. The main area that is usually injected is the ball of the foot – so that it becomes plumper, so that high heels can be worn without pain – AKA LOUB JOB.



Sometimes referred to as Cortisone Injections, will not make you grow big muscles. They are a strong anti-inflammatory medication useful for reducing pain from inflammation and swelling. If you would prefer to avoid steroids we can offer more natural alternatives e.g. Traumeel injections. These injections can be used to treat plantar fasciitis, ankle pain and knee pain.


Do your feet feel soggy and sloppy all the time? Does your sweat ruin your shoes? Are you afraid to wear sandals or flip-flops for fear that you’ll slip right out of them? Do you leave damp footprints when you walk barefoot? Are your feet freezing cold in the winter because they are sweating? These are just some of the experiences of people with sweaty feet, or plantar hyperhidrosis. Hyperhidrosis, also called excessive sweating, is a medical condition that affects different body areas including the feet. Using local injections of Botox to alleviate the symptoms of hyperhidrosis is an effective treatment.