Whether you work in food, sales, or nursing, a lot of jobs require you to spend more or less the entire day on your feet. If you do work one of these jobs, you’ll know just how bad your feet can feel after a full day of running around. While some days you might be tempted to work through the pain, that is not a long-term solution. In this blog, we’re going to give some tips on how to protect your feet and avoid any unnecessary pain.
For most kids, going shopping for school shoes is a chore to get finished as quickly as possible. As a parent, you may be tempted to do the same thing, but as chaotic as the whole experience may get, you want to at least walk away with a good pair of school shoes. Below, we have listed a few of the top tips to help you choose the perfect pair.
If you’ve never been to a podiatrist, then your idea of the best shoes for your feet is probably the pair that looks the best, feels comfortable, and falls within your price range. But choosing the correct shoe is much more important than most people realise. Not only do we spend most of the day with our shoes on, the type of shoes we wear will gradually shape our feet over the course of years. This means if we choose the wrong one, we could end up with problems such as hammertoes or fallen arches. In this blog, we’re going to help you identify what type of shoes you should be wearing.
One of the most important aspects of being a parent is making sure your child is healthy. Not only do children understand less about their health than their parents do, when they know something is wrong, they will often try to hide it to avoid a trip to the doctor. There are so many different aspects of a child’s health & safety to monitor that it can sometimes be overwhelming, and some things can slip under the radar. In this blog, we will outline some of the biggest signs to look out for that indicate your child may have a foot problem.
Apart from sudden injuries like cuts or broken toes, many of us adopt a wait-and-see approach when it comes to our feet. So will this work for most people, or is podiatry something more of us should consider?
With so much going on in our heads over the festive period, it’s easy to overlook our feet. But winter is the perfect time to pay some extra attention to them, and this blog will detail just how you can do that.
With a third of people over the age of 65 experiencing problems with their feet, there is a clear link between ageing and foot-health. In this blog, we will look at some of the most common issues people experience, and what to do about them.
Sustaining a foot or ankle injury is one of the worst things that could happen. Even the slightest misstep can result in a painful injury that can take us out of action for weeks or months on end. In order to help you avoid this kind of disappointment, we have compiled a list of ways to prevent foot and ankle injuries.
So with our feet on display, many of us are thinking how we can make sure they look and feel as best as they can. But whether you’re showing them off in summer or wrapping them up in winter, taking care of your toenails is something we should all be conscious of. In this blog, we will look at a few of the top tips to help keep your nails beautiful and healthy.
Whether you’re an active individual or simply feeling the summer heat, nobody likes to experience foot odour. Fortunately, there are lots of different home remedies you can try yourself that will help you tackle this issue. Here, we’re going to look at several easy ways to tackle foot odour at home.
The likes of sunburn, dehydration, and difficulty sleeping are some of the more well-known issues we have in summer, but the effects that this season can have on our feet are usually overlooked. Today we will look at some of the most common foot problems people experience during summer, and what you can do to keep your feet healthy.
Flat feet can cause a lot of different problems. From the feet themselves, all the way up to the back, fallen arches can cause us a great deal of pain. It’s understandable therefore that you may be worried that your child has flat feet. Fortunately, this is rarely a problem in children. In this blog, we will outline the signs that suggest it may be an issue, as well as those worrying signs that are actually harmless.