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I am sure many of us have been in a walk today. So we decided to share with you... Where to walk😀 enjoy

It’s pretty obvious that you can walk almost anywhere but as you get into walking you may want to try different routes and also walk with other like-minded people for motivation and company. We have found a number of sites, apps and organisations that will help you do just that.

Walking Routes

Walking for Health - Walk Finder
National Trails - National Trails pass through some of the most stunning landscapes in the UK
National Trust - Walking route and event finder
Walk London ... See more

1 day ago
Moisturising the Feet

Moisturise your feet...

1 day ago
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What is osteoarthritis?

Osteoarthritis (OA) is often called the ‘wear and tear’ arthritis. It occurs when the cartilage of a joint (a thin layer of gristle that covers the end of the bones and allows them to glide over each other) becomes damaged. When the cartilage deteriorates, the bone underneath can thicken, causing pain, stiffness and swelling. The joints most affected are the knees, hips, hands and big toes.

In severe cases, the cartilage can deteriorate to the extent that the bones rub together, making it difficult to move the affected joint at all. Symptoms vary from person to ... See more

2 days ago
SO PAINFUL AND SO SATISFYING WHEN THE INGROWN TOENAIL IS REMOVED!

What is an ingrowing toenail?

An ingrowing toenail is where a piece of nail pierces the flesh of the toe. It can feel as if you have a splinter, and be extremely painful and inflamed or infected. In more severe cases, it can cause pus and bleeding. Ingrowing toenails most commonly affect the big toenail, but can affect the other toes too. A nail that is curling (involuted or convoluted) into the flesh, but isn’t actually piercing the skin, isn't an ingrowing toenail but can feel very painful and can also appear red and inflamed.

Dr. Todd Brennan of Healthy Feet Podiatry in Tampa, Wesley Chapel and Brooksville, Florida shows how the removal of a painful ingrown toenail is so satisfyin...

4 days ago
How I Beat Foot Pain with Absolute Footcare

What is hallux rigidus?

'Hallux' refers to the big toe and 'rigidus' suggests a rigid toe. However, this is not always a correct term for this condition as movement may be available but is reduced.

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Hallux rigidus is occasionally confused with a bunion, or hallux valgus, as it is often associated, as part of the degenerative process (wear and tear), with new bone formation over the big toe. However, the bone bump is normally over the toe joint, not on the side as in bunion/hallux valgus deformity. The thinning/wear and tear of the joint may cause the toe to lean ... See more

This is "How I Beat Foot Pain with Absolute Footcare" by Absolute Footcare on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

5 days ago
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What are verrucae?

Verrucae are plantar warts that commonly occur on the soles of the feet or around the toe area. They are caused by the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV), which is contagious through direct person-to-person contact. There are various forms of HPV, which all relate to various parts of the human body.

6 days ago
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What are chilblains?

Chilblains (also called pernio) are small itchy, red (and sometimes purple) swellings on the skin, which can become increasingly painful, swell and dry out leaving cracks in the skin that expose the foot to the risk of infection. They occur on the toes (particularly the smaller ones), fingers, the face (especially the nose) and the lobes of the ears. They can also occur on areas of the feet exposed to pressure, for instance on a bunion or where the second toe is squeezed by tight shoes. They can also lead to blisters and break down to become a small ulcer prone to ... See more

1 week ago

This is an example of why corn plasters with salicylic are not advisable. The acid can damage the surrounding skin causing ulcers.

2 weeks ago
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Fiona Bruce on Questions time caused quite a stir when appearing on the shoe/show wearing her trainers. For us it’s all about comfort and function. Well done Fiona for breaking the mould👍😀

4 weeks ago
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We love a good before an after. Here we see a painful corn on the apex of a patients 2nd toe. After pain free debridement and enucleation we made this patient an custom made toe prop to lift the toe gently reducing the pressure which causes these types of corns.