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Genotin Rd, Enfield EN1 2AW

Osteopathic and Sports Injury Clinic Services

Pinnacle Fitness and Health provides an Osteopathic and Sports Injury Clinic in several locations over North London including Osteopathy, Sports Therapy, Acupuncture, Sports Injury and Rehabilitation.

 

Pinnacle Fitness and Health Enfield Practice

Located in the heart of Enfield Town Centre, Pinnacle Fitness and Health’s Osteopathic and Sports Injury Clinic takes it place at Supplefeet foot and ankle specialists.

The clinic has been providing foot and ankle care for several years and is run by well established chiropodist Ms Emma Supple.

The clinic’s location is ideal for gym-goers, shoppers and local residents alike, as our full range of injury rehabilitation services are available to you in the centre of Enfield Town.

Our therapists can offer you friendly, professional advice and treatment for your ailment. It doesn’t matter how or where you sustained your injury, our highly qualified therapists are well situated to identify, diagnose and treat your pain, allowing you to get back to full fitness as quickly and effectively as possible.

If you would like more information from us or to book an appointment at Pinnacle Fitness and Health in Enfield please do not hesitate to contact us on 0203 726 1069 or email us info@pinnaclefh.com.

Address:
Genotin Rd, Enfield EN1 2AW, UK

Practice Times:
Tuesday 9am – 1pm
Wednesday 5pm – 8pm

Services at Enfield Location include:

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FLATFOOT (Pes Planus)

A fallen arch or flatfoot is known medically as pes planus. This is when the foot loses the gently curving arch on the inner side of the sole, just in front of the heel.

Anatomically the longitudinal arch is supported by a ligament known as the long plantar ligament which acts as both a supportive and connective structure for the muscles of the foot to attach to known as the plantar fascia.

With flatfoot the longitudinal arch is flatter to the surface. As a result the foot and ankle complex have to work harder to support the body during weight bearing resulting in pain and discomfort 😫

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437 High Rd, London N12 0AP

Pinnacle Fitness and Health Finchley Practice

Situated on the High Road of North Finchley, Pinnacle Fitness and Health’s Osteopathic and Sports Injury Clinic works from The Walkwell Foot Clinic. Our location and partnership with the Finchley clinic allows us to extend the treatments we provide to a wider range of people.

Therapists at Pinnacle Fitness and Health can provide you with diagnosis and treatment for your pain, specialising in musculoskeletal injuries.

If you would like more information from us or to book an appointment at Pinnacle Fitness and Health Finchley please do not hesitate to contact us on 0203 726 1069 or email us info@pinnaclefh.com

Address:
437 High Rd, Finchley, N12 0AP

Practice Times:
Monday 9am – 5pm

Wednesday 9am – 5pm
Thursday 9am – 5pm
Friday 9am – 5pm
Saturday 9am-1pm
Services at Finchley Location include:

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FLATFOOT (Pes Planus)

A fallen arch or flatfoot is known medically as pes planus. This is when the foot loses the gently curving arch on the inner side of the sole, just in front of the heel.

Anatomically the longitudinal arch is supported by a ligament known as the long plantar ligament which acts as both a supportive and connective structure for the muscles of the foot to attach to known as the plantar fascia.

With flatfoot the longitudinal arch is flatter to the surface. As a result the foot and ankle complex have to work harder to support the body during weight bearing resulting in pain and discomfort 😫

Tag a friend and share if you anyone whose suffers with this. This week will look at ways to combat this through exercise and treatment.
... See MoreSee Less

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Retweeted Albanian FC (@1XIAlbanian):

Preseason starts tonight.
8pm Glebelands.
With @Ant_Pinnacle putting us through our paces #graft
... See MoreSee Less

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Wednesday we go again! ... See MoreSee Less

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To stay actively fit and healthy we are advised by experts to walk 10,000 steps on average a day. But what if our feet are not bio mechanically efficient enough to support this? ... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

#mondaymotivation Make it a good one guys ... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

FLATFOOT (Pes Planus)

A fallen arch or flatfoot is known medically as pes planus. This is when the foot loses the gently curving arch on the inner side of the sole, just in front of the heel.

Anatomically the longitudinal arch is supported by a ligament known as the long plantar ligament which acts as both a supportive and connective structure for the muscles of the foot to attach to known as the plantar fascia.

With flatfoot the longitudinal arch is flatter to the surface. As a result the foot and ankle complex have to work harder to support the body during weight bearing resulting in pain and discomfort 😫

Tag a friend and share if you anyone whose suffers with this. This week will look at ways to combat this through exercise and treatment.
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To stay actively fit and healthy we are advised by experts to walk 10,000 steps on average a day. But what if our feet are not bio mechanically efficient enough to support this? ... See MoreSee Less

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#mondaymotivation Make it a good one guys ... See MoreSee Less

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FLATFOOT (Pes Planus)

A fallen arch or flatfoot is known medically as pes planus. This is when the foot loses the gently curving arch on the inner side of the sole, just in front of the heel.

Anatomically the longitudinal arch is supported by a ligament known as the long plantar ligament which acts as both a supportive and connective structure for the muscles of the foot to attach to known as the plantar fascia.

With flatfoot the longitudinal arch is flatter to the surface. As a result the foot and ankle complex have to work harder to support the body during weight bearing resulting in pain and discomfort 😫

Tag a friend and share if you anyone whose suffers with this. This week will look at ways to combat this through exercise and treatment.
... See MoreSee Less

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