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Foot Conditions & Treatments

Find comprehensive information about foot-related conditions and the specialised care provided by Dr Derek Park to alleviate pain, restore function, and improve the overall health of your foot.


Foot Overview

The foot is a structure that serves as the foundation for our mobility, enabling us to walk, run, and engage in various activities. Composed of numerous bones, joints, muscles, and ligaments, the foot undergoes significant stress and is prone to a wide range of conditions and injuries.

With his extensive training and expertise, Dr Park offers comprehensive care for a wide range of foot-related issues, utilising surgical techniques and personalised treatment plans to optimise patient outcomes and restore foot function.

Foot Conditions We Treat

Bunions are bony protrusions that develop at the base of the big toe, causing it to lean inward, leading to pain, inflammation, and deformity in the joint.

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Heel pain and plantar fasciitis are characterised by discomfort and inflammation in the heel, often caused by strain or injury to the plantar fascia ligament.

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Broken bones in the foot region, which can occur due to trauma or stress on the foot, can result in pain, swelling, bruising, and difficulty in bearing weight on the affected foot.

Flat feet is a condition where the arches of the feet are significantly reduced or absent, leading to the entire sole of the foot making contact with the ground, potentially causing pain and instability.

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Foot complications can arise in individuals with diabetes, leading to nerve damage, poor blood circulation, and bone abnormalities.

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Neurological foot deformities, resulting from conditions like stroke or polio may lead to abnormalities in foot posture and movement, which can significantly impact walking and overall foot function.

High arched feet is a condition characterised by an exaggerated arch in the foot, causing excessive pressure on the heel and ball of the foot, leading to foot pain and instability.

Arthritis of the foot refers to inflammation and degeneration of the joints in the foot, leading to pain, stiffness, swelling, and difficulty in walking.

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Toe deformities encompass a range of conditions, which involve abnormal positioning or bending of the toes, resulting in pain, corns, calluses, and difficulty in wearing footwear comfortably.

Foot ganglion is a fluid-filled cyst that typically develops near a joint or tendon in the foot, causing a visible lump, pain and discomfort.

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Neuromas of the foot are thickened and inflamed nerve tissues that commonly occur between the third and fourth toes, causing sharp, burning pain and tingling sensations.

Nail problems of the foot, such as ingrown toenails or fungal infections may lead to pain, redness, swelling, and potential complications if left untreated.

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Foot Treatments At Park Orthopaedics


Bunion surgery is a corrective procedure that involves the realignment of the affected bone and soft tissues to alleviate pain and restore proper alignment and function of the big toe joint.


This surgical procedure aims to correct abnormalities in foot structure and alignment to alleviate pain, improve function, and restore a more normal foot appearance.

Fusion For
Arthritic Joints

This surgical treatment involves permanently joining or fusing the affected joint surfaces in the foot to alleviate pain, stabilise the joint, and provide long-term relief from arthritis-related symptoms.

Tendon Transfers And Muscular Releases

This technique involves surgically repositioning or transferring tendons and releasing tight muscles to restore balance, improve function, and correct deformities in the foot.

Nerve Blocks Or

This procedure addresses nerve-related issues, providing pain relief and potentially restoring normal nerve function through targeted injections or surgical interventions.


This procedure involves removing a fluid-filled cyst to relieve pain, alleviate pressure, and prevent recurrence.

What Is Foot Pain?

Foot pain is the sensation of discomfort or soreness that occurs in and around the foot region. It can stem from various factors, including injuries, repetitive strain, inflammatory conditions, degenerative disorders, or pre-existing medical conditions. A wide range of conditions can contribute to foot pain, such as plantar fasciitis, bunions, stress fractures, arthritis, nerve entrapment, or tendonitis.

Common symptoms associated with foot pain include:

  • Pain
  • Swelling
  • Redness and warmth
  • Difficulty walking or bearing weight
  • Stiffness and limited range of motion
  • Numbness or tingling
  • Changes in foot appearance

When To Consult a Foot Specialist in Singapore

Persistent or worsening pain
Difficulty with daily activities
Foot deformities or abnormalities

Foot Surgery Cost in Singapore

The cost of foot surgery in Singapore can vary depending on several factors, including the specific procedure required, the presence of any complications, and the type of ward chosen for hospitalisation.

Foot surgery expenses typically comprise hospital fees and doctor fees. Hospital fees encompass charges related to the room, medication, laboratory tests, and the use of surgical facilities and equipment. On the other hand, doctor fees encompass the fees charged by the surgeon, anaesthetist, and doctors for inpatient attendance.

It is important to note that the Ministry of Health (MOH) provides fee benchmarks that offer a recommended range of fees for foot conditions and procedures, serving as a reference point for patients and doctors. To obtain an updated and accurate estimate of the cost of foot surgery, visit the MOH Historical Transacted Bill Sizes And Fee Benchmarks page.

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