Feet are one of the hardest working parts of the body and in a lifetime you will walk in excess of 150,000 miles which is about five times around the world. As a result, foot problems are common and if untreated can cause discomfort and wider health problems.
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Blisters are painful, fluid-filled lesions produced by friction and pressure.
Many people suffer from cold feet in winter, but not all of them develop chilblains. Whether they do or not depends, to a large extent on the efficiency of the circulation.
Athlete’s foot (Tinea Pedis) is a fungal infection. It can lead to intense itching, cracked, blistered or peeling areas of skin, redness and scaling. It can occur on moist, waterlogged skin especially between the fourth and fifth toes, or on dry, flaky skin around the heels or elsewhere on the foot.
Looking after your feet is one of the most important things you can do, so here is some advice on how to keep yours in tip top condition.
Great news……..We are pleased to welcome physiotherapists Simon Jones and Nick Allen to the Devon Parade Clinic team. We are thrilled to have two such experienced practitioners on hand here at the clinic. Both Simon and Nick have years of physiotherapy practice behind them, and we are sure they will become a very popular addition […]
We are celebrating our 10th anniversary this month! We are delighted to be celebrating the 10th anniversary of our Stony Stratford relocation this month. Devon Parade Clinic was established in Northampton in 1976 and a branch was originally opened in Central Milton Keynes in 1984. After a move to Walnut Tree in November 1994, we […]