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Foot Pain

Painsense is a foot pain management centre in Perth and specializes in the field of interventional pain treatment. At Painsense, Dr Mark Hamlin offers advanced interventional pain management treatment services to assist patients in gaining relief and recovery from foot pain. Painsense ensures tailored care and intervention plans to patient’s individual needs.

Types of Foot Pain

Morton’s Neuroma

A Morton’s neuroma is frequently considered to be a result of repetitive compression upon the common plantar digital nerve most frequently involving the third web space of the forefoot, and less commonly the second web space.

Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis is a degenerative disease that progresses over time. It causes joint pain and stiffness, and limits your daily activities. Painsense specializes in interventional pain treatment and assists patients to provide osteoarthritis pain relief.

Our Services

RFA Morton’s Neuroma

Radiofrequency ablation is a novel treatment for Morton’s neuroma performed under ultrasound guidance by our interventional radiologists at Imaging Central. The procedure involves positioning a special needle called cannula centrally within the neuroma (soft tissue mass between the toes).

Ethanol ablation Morton’s Neuroma

A Morton’s neuroma is frequently considered to be a result of repetitive compression upon the common plantar digital nerve most frequently involving the third web space of the forefoot, and less commonly the second web space.

Prolotherapy

Prolotherapy is a procedure that involves injecting proliferate solution to treat connective tissue injuries and cause a growth of the collagen issue. The goal is to strengthen ligaments damaged by trauma or injury and to gradually reduce pain.

Diagnostics- XR, US, CT, MRI, DEXA

Radiology (X-rays, CT scan, MRI or Nuclear medicine scans) are an integral part of the pain management assessment. Physical examination is not always accurate in determining the nature of a health complaint.

Make an Appointment

 
 
A referral form is required from your podiatrist or GP. See your GP or podiatrist ASAP and fill up the form or call us to book your consultation or service.