With swimming pools and gyms slowly opening up again after lockdown, the risk of verruca’s being caught and transmitted are very real – so how can we prevent this and protect ourselves? Verrucae are spread as a virus – they belong to the human Papillomavirus family – so can be transmitted very easily [...]
With the hope that the restrictions and lockdowns will end on June 21st, we need to think about the long summer days and how our feet will cope with their newfound freedom.
Questions, part 2: As podiatrists, we get asked some common questions time and again, so today I want to outline some answers for you
As podiatrists, we get asked some common questions time and again, so today I want to outline some answers for you – please never stop asking us question as we love to hear from you.
This is a very common question we hear, so today we are going to give you a few good reasons to make that appointment.
For many thousands of people, being locked in or restricted has meant many activities have been stopped or greatly reduced and they are desperate to get back out there.
With the evenings growing longer and the weather warming up, many people are venturing out on walks and runs after a long winter. The problem is many people are also suffering from pain in the lower legs, from the knee down with no idea as to why.
If you have never had gout it can come as a bit of a shock. How can everything be totally fine one day, but the next day you are in so much pain you can’t walk.
Have you noticed the skin on your heels being cracked and dry? Then you are probably suffering from a very common issue called Heel Fissures or Cracked Heel.
As you know, we are mad about feet and foot facts so here are a few more to add to the collection – let’s hope a few come up on The Chase!