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Shockwave Therapy and How It Can Help You

At Feet By Pody, our experienced podiatrists are always looking for new and improved methods to treat our patients. We’ve now included shockwave therapy as part of our service options. This non-surgical, energy-based system is a relatively new technology offering...

Choosing the Right Sports Shoes

We all know exercise is vital for a long and healthy life, but it’s important to do it in the right way. Whether you’re going for a gentle stroll or powering through an energetic workout at the gym, the correct footwear is essential. The right sports shoes will...

How to Avoid Blisters This Summer

With a change in season, inevitably, comes a change in footwear. New shoes can be one of the greatest joys for the fashionistas among us. But for many, new shoes can also come with a painful side-effect – blisters. Blisters are the most common foot ailment, affecting...

How Healthy Are You Really? Check Your Feet To Find Out.

Your feet are great indicators of your overall health, so keeping an eye on their condition is always a good idea. Symptoms for all sorts of things can appear here, and often the solution is easy. However, some problems can be more serious, so it’s wise to pay...

Exercise Injuries and How to Avoid Them

Regular exercise is essential for good health and wellbeing, but all sorts of problems arise when you don’t do it correctly and according to PT in Motion, sports and recreation-related injuries top 8.6 million annually! Exercise injuries often occur in the feet,...

Eat For Your Feet

You probably consider your diet when thinking about your heart, blood pressure or weight, but did you know that poor eating habits have a direct impact on foot health? A few changes to your diet will help to prevent or alleviate several painful and debilitating foot...

What Does a Podiatrist Do?

Everyone knows podiatrists deal with things like corns and bunions, but you may not realise their expertise goes a lot further.   April is Foot Health Month so there’s no better time to discover just what your podiatrist can do for you – and, it goes a lot...

Foot Care for Arthritis Sufferers

Arthritis is a painful and sometimes crippling disease. It takes various forms but they all cause swelling, stiffness and pain in the joints, which can easily lead to loss of mobility. It’s most common in people over 50, but it can occur at any age. With so many...

Abnormal Gait and What It Means for You

To most of us, walking feels like the most natural, carefree movement. But there is a lot of work that goes into each careful step, through our strength, coordination and balance. Abnormal gait is the term given to an unusual walking pattern – or ‘gait’ – as a result...

Foot Problems in Children

Your feet support your entire body weight, so it isn’t surprising that even kids can experience foot problems from an early age. Left untreated, these issues can return in later life and lead to further complications. Estimates suggest that foot problems affect 75% to...