About Us

Foot-Pain-Explored.com was set up by Chloe Wilson in 2013. She worked as a Physiotherapist for over 10 years. Graduating from Sheffield, UK, in 2002 she went on to work in a number of different hospitals and health centres in Oxfordshire, England, as well as working overseas in Uganda, East Africa.

Health and Care Professions Council

During this time she was a registered member of the:
Chartered Society of Physiotherapy,
Health & Care Professions Council and
Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists.

Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
Acupuncture Association of Physiotherapists

She carried out a number of post graduate courses including the Society of Orthopaedic Medicine Lower Limb Course, Acupuncture, Trigger Points, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Pilates.

She specialised in lower limb rehab running the Lower Limb Team at one hospital, and she also worked in a GP commissioned triage service.

Chloe also undertook postgraduate training to become a Pilates instructor, teaching classes in Oxfordshire for a number of years, having repeatedly seen the benefits in improving strength, flexibility, co-ordination and posture. 

Her passion is to empower patients and thoroughly involve them in the rehab process, which led her to creating knee-pain-explained.com in 2010.  It was such a success, that in 2013, she went on to develop foot-pain-explored.com and she is currently developing her third site shoulder-pain-explained.com

Chloe stopped practising as a Physiotherapist in 2016 to concentrate fully on both developing websites and her family.

If you would like to contact her, please complete the Contact Us form.

Company Information

Foot-pain-explored.com is a trading name of Wilson Health Ltd, registered in England, company number 9359622.  The registered address is 5 Minton Place, Victoria Road, Bicester, Oxon, OX26 6QB.

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See Also

Common Causes of Foot Pain

Foot & Ankle Anatomy

Treatment Options for Foot Problems

Visitor Comments

"Thank you so much! Your website is a fountain of information! I was worrying about top of foot pain, and your suggestions for strengthening and stretching are helping immensely."
Retha, US

"Your info took me straight to the problem. Well described and clearly explained."
Rick, US

"Thanks for having these exercises available! I performed a few and they have helped tremendously with my foot pain."
Jennifer, UK

"Thank you for this information, it is very useful."
Seluleko, Zimbabwe

"Some really good suggestions and information"
Denise, US

"I have suffered these symptoms for over a year seen two doctors and a physio. None of them diagnosed this. Hope its not too late to put your advice into practice." Lezlee, UK

"Certainly it has helped me to understand and educate me on the issue."
Madhuri, India

"Very interesting! All good information. Tried a few stretches, already feels good."
Cindy, US

"3 days ago I thought I was going to need foot surgery. I NEVER thought that stretching my calf would relieve the excruciating pain at the top of my foot. Thank you!!"
Rich, US

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