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Circulation Problems And Your Feet

Circulation check for patients with diabetes

As podiatrists, one of the things that we’re trained to look at when we’re checking your feet, is your circulation. This month’s blog will focus on circulation problems. Your circulation can be divided into two main categories, the macrovascular and the microvascular. Your macrovascular circulation is the main blood vessels…

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“Why on earth do you want to mess with feet all day?”

Portrait image of Female Podiatrist

We get asked this question a lot in clinic… So, Anna has written a new post to answer just that question. As a Podiatrist, one question I get asked all the time when I’m in clinic is why on earth do you want to mess with feet! So I thought…

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Raynaud’s Awareness Month

Shoe print in snow

February marks Raynaud’s awareness month. So, what is Raynaud’s, and what does it have to do with Podiatry? What is Raynaud’s? Well, Raynaud’s is a condition that affects the circulation in the extremities, mainly the hands and feet, but it can affect other areas such as the nose, ears and…

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Dry skin – the struggle is real!

woman walking barefoot

  Why does nothing get rid of my dry skin?? One thing we see in clinic time and time again, is dry skin. Often, when people come to see us with this problem, they have tried lots of things to improve the quality and appearance of the skin on their…

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All About Ingrown Toenails

ingrown toenail closeup

What is an ingrown toenail? Ingrown toenails are one of the most common conditions that Podiatrists see in clinic. An ingrown nail happens when a section of the nail punctures the skin, which causes pain, inflammation and potential infection. Ouch! When the nail pierces the skin, it acts like a…

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