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Foot Health

‘Slipped Up’

When the weather is cold it is usually due to slipping on snow or black ice. The early morning dew can cause problems in Spring, and the wet leaves of Autumn can cause you to fall.

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Foot Health

New Year, New Lockdown

The Private Sector remains open for Private Healthcare. Private Hospitals continue to support the NHS at this time by providing in-patient and theatre capacity for urgent cancer patients who are on a ‘Green’ – COVID -ve pathway.

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Injury

‘Break a leg’

If you do need to venture out in bad weather, (even if it is just to put out the bins!), make sure that you wear appropriate footwear. Boots, particularly those that lace up around the ankle, give support to you feet and ankles. Choose ones that also have a good grip on the sole to help to prevent injury.

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Foot Health

Step into the New Year

Whatever your dreams are, commit to making them a reality. Life is too short and precious. Whether you walk, skip, jump or run to your future, commit to making it your present. Even the longest journey begins with a single step.

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Foot Health

Golf Injuries

Four common foot problems that may affect your golf swing? Golf is an excellent form of exercises.  As it is a non-contact sport, it has a relatively low risk of injury.  Like any sport, injuries do happen.  Foot and ankle injuries are the third most common injury (after back and wrist & elbow) and account

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Foot Health

Bunion Surgery And Recovery

Bunion surgery removes the bump and realigns the big toe. The surgery is done to remove your discomfort or pain, correct deformity and make the toe look straighter. Minimally Invasive Surgery uses tiny skin incisions to make the bony corrections which are held with screws. Recovering from the surgery Surgery is done as a day

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Foot Health

Best shoes for bunions

If you have bunions or wide feet, then it isn’t easy to find shoes that will fit well.  Here are some tips to think about when you are looking for your next pair of shoes.   What Toe Shape? The shape of the shoe at the front is called the ‘toebox’.   Try to avoid a

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