Achilles Tendinitis, Corns and Callus, Musculo-skeletal podiatry, Plantar Fasciitis

Run, Run As Fast As You Can

By Jack Eastwood This month we are going to focus on a few common injuries that happen during or after running as well as also what makes a good running shoe. Running can be a great way to stay fit and healthy and can be tailored to any experience level.     Blisters: Blisters develop

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Corns and Callus, Damaged and Discoloured Toenails

Summer Feet

As the weather finally starts to improve, we are focussing this month on summer feet and in particular your skin and nails. After some time locked away in tights, socks and boots our feet can sometimes need a little bit of extra attention to look summer ready. Here are our top footcare tips, products and

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Athletes Foot, Corns and Callus, Musculo-skeletal podiatry, Podiatric Dermatology

New Year; new feet; new you

It is a new year, and with a new year comes New Year’s resolutions. If you have had foot trouble that has been bothering you for a while and you have been putting off doing something about it, the start of a new year is a great time to think about getting something done. Use

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Athletes Foot, Corns and Callus, Fungal Nail Infections, Ingrowing Toenails, Podiatric Dermatology, Verrucae

‘Love your feet’ month

Feet need love too this month. Those of us who have kept to our New Year’s resolutions might have been walking or running more than we are used to. Please do not ignore any consequence pain that you might be feeling in your feet and legs. Ongoing consistent pain is not a natural consequence of

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Advanced Care, Corns and Callus, Damaged and Discoloured Toenails, Peripheral Arterial Disease, Podiatric Dermatology

Winter feet

Welcome to a brand new year! Happy January 2020. As ever, it begins in the thick of an English winter and cold weather brings its unique challenges to feet. Most lucky feet are nestled away in warm socks and fully enclosed shoes, which we wholeheartedly encourage. However, let us not forget that a warm, moist

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