Our feet have an impressively complex design. They consist of almost 30 bones, almost 30 joints, 60 muscles and over 200 tendons. Healthy feet are vital to us, allowing us to make our way through life without unnecessary pain. Our feet support us, they provide our balance and our progress.

If you suffer from Foot pain that could originate from a number of varying causes. The feet are the parts of the body that have to carry the biggest load every day, namely our entire body weight. That’s why they are prone to overuse strainwhich can lead to pain in the long run. Other causes such as foot misalignments, tendon or ligament injuries to the foot and  Arthrosis can also cause foot problems.

Consultation and treatment with orthopaedic surgeon OA Priv. Doz. Dr. Reinhard Schuh

As a specialist for the ankle and foot and an orthopaedic surgeon, I would be happy to advise you in detail on your foot pain. In my Private Practice in Vienna 1190 I will take time for you and get to the bottom of the cause of your foot pain. Afterwards I will suggest the best possible treatment for your problems from my point of view.

It is important to me to develop an individual treatment concept zu entwickeln, das Ihren Bedürfnissen gerecht wird. Die Therapie von Verletzungen, Überlastungen, Fehlstellung und Abnützung im Bereich von ankle and foot together with you that meets your needs. The therapy for injuries, overstrain, malpositioning and wear and tear in the area of the foot and ankle is my area of speciality. Owing to my research work, only the most modern and well-evaluated treatment methods are applied. Minimally invasive surgical techniques are also used. As a foot surgeon, I would also be happy to advise you on already planned future operations or after previous failed operations.

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Forefoot

Forefoot

  • Hallux Valgus
  • Hallux Rigidus
  • Toe deformities
  • Overuse syndrome
  • Avascular Necrosis
  • Splayfoot:Metatarsalgia - unstable toe joint

Most common causes of foot problems

Where's your pain