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Caring for Dry, Cracked Heels

Caring for Dry, Cracked Heels

If you’ve ever suffered from dry, cracked heels (also referred to as ‘heel fissures’), you’ll have seen how badly the skin can be damaged. Instead of being soft, supple and smooth, cracked heels resemble sandpaper: hard, rough and unpleasant to touch. Feet are prone...
7 Reasons to Visit Our London Podiatrists

7 Reasons to Visit Our London Podiatrists

Feet are one of the most neglected yet hardest-working parts of the body. You’ll walk around 150,000 miles during your lifetime, according to The College of Podiatry. Living and working in a fast-paced city like London only increases the strain on your feet. Hidden...
Athlete’s Foot – Your Questions Answered

Athlete’s Foot – Your Questions Answered

It’s widely known that if the area between your toes feels itchy, you’re likely to have developed athlete’s foot. However, many people are unaware of the other signs of the condition, as well as its causes and potential complications. With that in mind, we’ve created...
Why You Should Never Ignore Discoloured Toenails

Why You Should Never Ignore Discoloured Toenails

If you notice that one of your toenails is a different colour to the rest, you may feel tempted simply to ignore the issue, especially if you’re not currently in any pain or discomfort. It’s easy to assume that your nail’s altered appearance is the result of a recent...
Foot Care for People with Diabetes

Foot Care for People with Diabetes

A major aim of World Diabetes Day, which is held annually on 14 November by the International Diabetes Federation and World Health Organisation, is to raise awareness of the health complications often experienced by diabetics, such as severe foot problems. If you’ve...