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SPRING IN YOUR STEP

Spring had sprung, the weather is brighter and lock-downs are lifting.
As we start to ease into seeing each other again, more and more people are embracing the great outdoors.
Tired, stiff feet that have been shut away for months are now starting to walk and run.
For some, who, for whatever reason have not been able to do much exercise over the last few months, your feet are simply not used to this increase in activity.
I am seeing more and more patients with ‘Lock-down Feet’ where they develop pain in the instep of the foot and inside of the ankle.

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Foot Health

Feel Great from Toe to Top

You probably have a ‘bag full of insoles’, ordered online multiple types of splints, protectors or devices with the promise of next day delivery and the hope of an instant cure.
You are probably feeling very weary, lethargic and down-beat, and the prospect of ever having a ‘Spring in your Step’ seems a distant happy memory.

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Foot Health

My feet are the problem, why do you think I’m a Bag Lady?

You probably have a ‘bag full of insoles’, ordered online multiple types of splints, protectors or devices with the promise of next day delivery and the hope of an instant cure.
You are probably feeling very weary, lethargic and down-beat, and the prospect of ever having a ‘Spring in your Step’ seems a distant happy memory.

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Foot Health

The “Pinball” Patient

The chances are, if you are reading this, the answer is YES.
There are a number of different types of clinicians who can look after your feet. Each is highly skilled in their particular field. As they all specialise in treating feet, there is a natural crossover between them.

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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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