Christmas Gifts at Round House Podiatry.

Christmas gifts for your feet! It’s coming up to THAT time of the year again isn’t it! The Round House Podiatry team are in full-on Christmas prep mode! How organised are you all in your Christmas shopping? Are you an “All done by the end of November” sort, or a “Last minute Christmas Eve dash”…

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We love working in Kirkburton!

Round House Podiatry Clinic - Local Podiatrist in Kirkburton

Kirkburton – Our Village We love working in Kirkburton, there is a wonderful community feel in the village, and we have so many brilliant, long established businesses locally. It is always a busy village, but at this time of year it becomes even busier! Our village Christmas lights have now gone up, courtesy of a…

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Warm Wax Therapy

The equipment used for warm wax therapy

Warm Wax Therapy – A Treat For Your Feet If you suffer with dry skin, aching feet, arthritis, chilblains or Raynauds, then we have a treat for your feet. As an add-on to your Podiatry treatment at Round House Podiatry, we offer warm wax therapy treatment. What is this treatment? Well after we’ve completed your…

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Ever wondered about callus on your feet?

Callus on feet

Why do you get callus on your feet? Callus on the feet is common problem. It forms as the skin’s response to friction and pressure. When you think about what your feet go through every day, it’s not surprising! They commonly form on the balls of the feet, the tops of the toes and around…

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Ever wondered, “How do I get rid of a corn?”

A corn that we can help get rid of

What are corns? Before we can answer, ‘How do I get rid of a corn’, we need to tell you a little bit about what they actually are. Corns are thickened areas of the skin with a hard, central core that form in response to friction and pressure. They can occur anywhere on the foot…

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Kardia Mobile – Why do we use it?

How do Podiatrists detect an irregular pulse before they use Kardia Mobile? Our policy in clinic is that all new patients over the age of 50 (or below if there is a clinical reason to do so) will have the circulation to their feet checked using a doppler. A doppler allows us as Podiatrists to…

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Diabetes Week 2022

Circulation check for patients with diabetes

Diabetes – why does it affect Podiatry treatment? Diabetes Week 2022 is coming up soon, so our latest blog will tell you a little about diabetes and your feet, and why it is such a big deal for Podiatrists. Both Nikki and Anna specialised in the care of diabetic feet whilst working in the NHS…

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May – Skin Cancer Awareness Month

wound in the skin of foot

A Patient Case Study. May has been skin cancer awareness month. So just before the end of the month and to highlight the importance of this subject, we’d like to share one of our cases with you, with our patient’s permission.   One of our regular patients attended the clinic for her usual 6 monthly…

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National Walking Month

Woman standing with hands wide open

These feet were made for walking… National Walking Month is upon us again. Walking has a whole host of health benefits, from lowering blood pressure, helping with weight loss, improving mood, to helping to keep other health conditions such as diabetes under control. Not to mention giving people who are now working from home a…

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Socks, Socks, Socks!

Socks collection with different colors

Why do we love our Thought Bamboo socks so much? We love socks at Round House Podiatry. Did you know we stock a range of socks in our clinic? One of our best-selling socks are the bamboo range we stock from Thought. These socks are so comfortable, and we wear them ourselves every day. They…

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