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  • Test

    By FeetPlusPodiatry on 27th September 2019
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  • Fungal infections of the toenails

    By Isela Lavadenz on 28th March 2019
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    Fungal infection of the toenails A common and cosmetically displeasing condition affecting the toenails. Also known as Dermatophytic Onychomycosis. The infecting organisms are usually from the family of dermatophytes but can also include yeasts and moulds. What are the signs and symptoms? Well, these are not always present in the early stages but may include…. Discolouration starting at the free […]
  • A common heel problem

    By Isela Lavadenz on 21st March 2019
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    Plantar fasciitis You may have heard of or experienced this debilitating heel condition. Plantar fasciitis is an inflammation of the Plantar fascia and is the commonest cause of heel pain. The plantar fascia is a fibrous band of tissue that supports many structures in the foot. Inflammation results from acute micro-tears commonly occurring at its point of origin on the […]
  • Leg length discrepancy and Orthotic treatment

    By Isela Lavadenz on 21st March 2019
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    Orthotics for leg length discrepancy   These smart in-shoe devices play an essential part in helping you get back on your feet and doing the activities you love. Orthotics are special insoles that aid and correct foot function. orthotics are especially useful to treat leg length discrepancy and any associated biomechanical problems.   We can help you by providing the […]
  • Leg length discrepancy

    By Isela Lavadenz on 21st March 2019
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    What is Leg length discrepancy? Having one leg shorter than the other you may be surprised to read, is quite a common feature in many of us!  However it often goes completely unnoticed and doesn’t cause a problem unless the difference is quite significant usually more than 1 cm. Differences in length can be structural in origin, for example your […]
  • Ingrown Toenails

    By Isela Lavadenz on 21st March 2019
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    Ingrown toenails This is when the toenail grows into the skin surrounding the nail.  It is a very common problem which can occur at any age but tends to occur more commonly in children and young adults… As if teenagers don’t have enough to deal with!!   The cause is very often due to poor nail cutting.  Cutting down the […]
  • Arthritic Ankle Treatment Package

    By FeetPlusPodiatry on 23rd October 2018
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    There is life after ankle pain. We can help. Our podiatrists have a great deal of experience in helping people walk better after ankle pain. If you have suffered ankle pain for more than a few months, had a diagnosis of severe osteoarthritis or even had an ankle joint fusion we can help.
  • A great new location for our Horley Podiatry clinic

    By FeetPlusPodiatry on 5th March 2015
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    We are very excited to announce the imminent move of our Horley Podiatry clinic. Our previous base at the Centre for Health in Hookwood has been a fantastic location for us. Laura, Jo and the team have been lovely to work with. Our new base is in the centre of Horley in Victoria Square, Consort Way. We have two new […]
  • Caring for more patients

    By FeetPlusPodiatry on 2nd September 2014
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    We are excited to announce that on the 1st of October we began caring for the patients of Jayne Skinner of Rochester CHIROPODY Clinic. Jane has been practicing for many years, and is well loved by all her patients. Jane has kept up to date with latest research and practice techniques throughout her career. Unfortunately Jayne has been suffering from ill health […]
  • Healthy bones of the feet

    By FeetPlusPodiatry on 9th October 2013
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    Our feet are complex but flexible structures composed of bones, joints, muscle and soft tissues including ligaments and tendons. The largest bone in the foot, the heel bone or calcaneus is saddled by the talus that meets with the tibia (or shin bone) to make the ankle joint. Forward of these two bones are a collection of approximately cube shaped bones, […]