Podiatrists in Malta and Gozo
Ms Roxanne Agius
Attends Remedies Pharmacy (Ta' Xbiex), Pjazza M….
Ms Iona Borg
Attends Anici Pharmacy (Qormi).
Ms Jael Borg
Attends Safi Pharmacy (Safi).
Ms Jacqueline Camilleri
Attends Cosmed Pharmacy (Ħamrun).
Ms Nicola Camilleri
Attends Rational Pharmacy (Birkirkara).
Mr Matthew Carabott
Attends St. Philip Pharmacy (Għaxaq).
Mr Josef Cefai
Attends Remedies Pharmacy (Ta' Xbiex).
Ms Brooke Falzon
Attends Remedies Pharmacy (Birkirkara).
A Podiatrist, also referred to as Podologist, specialises in feet, ankles, and their structures. Feet play an important role in human anatomy; from helping us stay stabilised, to helping us move and absorbing shocks. Your GP may also recommend you to see a podiatrist if you experience foot problems that require more specialised care.
When to see a podiatrist
If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms, you might need to see a podiatrist. This is not an exhaustive list; you should always consult with your GP if you are experiencing any pain;
- Bone fractures or sprains
- Bunion / Hammertoe
- Nail issues including fungus
- Pain in lower legs or feet
- Athlete’s foot