Our Podiatry Team

The Foot Practice continues to bring an unsurpassed expertise in musculoskeletal conditions, biomechanics imbalances, sports podiatry, diabetic foot care and conditions that affect children's feet.

Timothy Maiden

Tim Maiden, Lead Podiatrist

Timothy Maiden is the lead podiatrist with The Foot Practice. He is also a visiting podiatrist at the Haoma Medical Clinic in Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital and the Raffles Rehabilitation Centre in Raffles Hospital, Singapore.

Tim’s vision is to modernise podiatric care in Singapore. With the integration of the latest technology into his clinical practice, Tim has developed effective treatment plans to correct lower limb function and overall body movement. His goal is to simply help patients move better and to enhance sports performance for athletes.

Tim received his podiatry degree Cardiff Metropolitan University, United Kingdom. With more than a decade of experience, Tim assesses lower limb biomechanics and gets to the root cause of misalignments in the body that contribute to pain and injuries. The recent addition of 3D technology at The Foot Practice complements his expertise in sports, elderly and pediatric podiatry to identify imbalances in walking and running gait. He incorporates other leading treatment techniques such as Shockwave and Dry-Needling to treat foot conditions and injuries including ankle sprains, tendinopathies, metatarsalgia, Morton’s neuroma and plantar fasciitis.

For athletes, Tim knowledge of sports-specific conditioning identifies asymmetrical patterns in gait to help runners and other athletes train better and reduce the incidence of lower limb injuries. By integrating state-of-the-art technologies into assessments every aspect of musculoskeletal movement can be evaluated to pinpoint the slightest imbalances that impede performance gains with 3D Gait Analysis. With data-driven clinical insights, Tim provides quantifiable clinical recommendations to adjust training programmes and to rectify gait issues that can improve sports performance.

Tim also utilises a variety of orthotics –  splints – to align a body’s biomechanical movements. These devices range from simple padding and wedging to supplement footwear, to custom-made orthotic devices that are carefully custom-made for an individual to maximise comfort and to optimise athletic performance.

Tim moved to Singapore in 2011, working at Tan Tock Seng Hospital before joining The Foot Practice. He has worked in Sichuan as part of a group of medical volunteers assisting in villages with Hansen’s disease. He regularly visits India where he assists in the treatment of people suffering diabetes and lymphedema in Kerala and Telangana in India, and in Sri Lanka and Myanmar. For all this work both overseas and Singapore, Tim has received the Cosyfeet Podiatry Award.

A keen sportsman, Tim is a keen and active runner, cyclist and golfer with a single figure handicap. He has trained for triathlons and other races in Singapore. And these days you can often see him cycling the ECPCN trail towards downtown or running in East Coast Park.


Tim Maiden and The Foot Practice have been featured in the The Straits TimesToday OnlineExpat Living, and Channel News Asia, to mention a few. Read articles below:

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Our human-centric approach transforms injury rehabilitation through data science and builds the foundation to reach peak sports performance. The Foot Practice enhances the way your body moves.

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Timothy Maiden is the lead podiatrist with The Foot Practice. He is also a visiting podiatrist at the Haoma Medical Clinic in Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital and the Raffles Rehabilitation Centre in Raffles Hospital, Singapore.

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The Foot Practice Podiatry Clinic is conveniently located centrally in Singapore. The main clinic location is conveniently located in the CBD with satellite locations throughout the city.

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Whether your suffering from a foot injury or lower limb injury, skin and nail condition or are looking for orthotic devices to relieve your foot pain, our experienced podiatrists will work to recommend the best treatment plan to alleviate your condition. Our treatment and services include biomechanical 3D gait analysis, surgical nail interventions, nail fungal treatment, orthotic therapy, sports podiatry, foot assessments for children or diabetic foot care. Explore more about our treatment and service below.

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At The Foot Practice, our revolutionary 3D Gait Analysis method breaks down biomechanical movements in detail to pinpoint, prevent and reduce injuries at the root cause and data-driven details to enhance sports performance.

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The Foot Practice partners with Footworks podiatric laboratory, the best custom orthotics manufacturer in Australian of high-quality custom orthotics, pre-cast orthotics and state-of-the-art cycling orthotics. We provide custom insoles for a wide range of conditions from sports to children, women and diabetic foot conditions.

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Foot Mobilisation Therapy is the manual manipulation of your feet and lower legs to assist with musculoskeletal conditions t0 alleviate stiffness in the joints and increases foot mobility. Foot mobilisation restore asymmetrical foot patterns to their ideal position to adjust the entire body naturally.

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Whether you’re looking for running shoe assessment or footwear advice for a foot problems, our podiatrist can evaluate your footwear for correct fit as well as function.

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Shockwave therapy for your foot is a non-invasive, non-surgical treatment and will not require the same recovery time associated with surgery. Nor will the treatment put you out of commission.

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