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  • Footwear advice | Circle Podiatry |Uk's #1 multi award winning private Podiatry brand
    Once you have a shoe that fits and flatters you have to maintain it Specialists recommend that you make it a habit to examine your shoes every time you put them on for comfort health reasons and appearance First look for signs of wear If the heel lifts are low you are down at heel and asking for trouble Run down heels put uneven pressure on your heel bone which supports 25 of your body weight and adds to uneven walking patterns which can translate to pains throughout the body Thin and worn soles provide little protection from the shocks of hard surfaces and put unnecessary strains on the metatarsal joints What we can do for you Beware of shoes which need a break in period proper shoes should be comfortable immediately your child s foot should be measured regularly Up to 6 years Every 2 3 months 6 10 years Every 3 4 months 10 12 years Every 4 months 12 15 years Every 5 months 16 years Every 6 months Search for General Services and Private Individuals Ingrown toe nail Plantar fasciitis heel pain Arthritis Athlete s Foot Bunions Biomechanics Corns or Calluses Diabetic Foot Care Diabetic Ulcer

    Original URL path: http://www.circlepodiatry.co.uk/footwear-advice/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Fungal nail infection | Circle Podiatry |Uk's #1 multi award winning private Podiatry brand
    infection begins to take hold it can cause the nail to change colour often to a yellow green or darker colour Debris may collect under the nail causing a foul smell Your nail may thicken and become flaky Thick toenails in particular may cause discomfort in shoes and may even make standing and walking uncomfortable for some people Moreover because fungal nail infection is an infection it can spread to other nails and possibly to other people Something as ordinary as an emery board can carry the fungal organisms from an infected nail to an uninfected one That s why it is so important to seek treatment as soon as you think you have an infection Causes Fungal nail infection has little to do with personal cleanliness Something as simple as banging a toe or finger trimming your nails too closely or wearing tight shoes is enough to weaken the nail and expose the underlying nail bed to infection The fungus that causes the infection resides in many common places even your garden You can also contract the infection while getting a manicure or pedicure from unsterilized instruments that have been used on others with the infection Some people have

    Original URL path: http://www.circlepodiatry.co.uk/fungal-nail-infection/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Gait analysis | Circle Podiatry |Uk's #1 multi award winning private Podiatry brand
    analysis Description This is studying and analysis how your joints and muscles behave when your body moves and any abnormalities that may present Causes and Treatment Search for General Services and Private Individuals Ingrown toe nail Plantar fasciitis heel pain Arthritis Athlete s Foot Bunions Biomechanics Corns or Calluses Diabetic Foot Care Diabetic Ulcer Flat Foot Foot and ankle injuries Fungal nail infection Gait analysis Hammer Toe Neuroma Orthotics insoles

    Original URL path: http://www.circlepodiatry.co.uk/treatment-0gait-analysis/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Hammer Toe | Circle Podiatry |Uk's #1 multi award winning private Podiatry brand
    when the pressure becomes partially intensive Causes Improper or ill fitting shoes Trauma High heeled shoes Heredity What we can do for you Perform a physical examination Perform X ray evaluation to rule out other causes Recommend padding and taping Prescribe custom orthotics Prescribe anti inflammatory medication Administer cortisone injections Search for General Services and Private Individuals Ingrown toe nail Plantar fasciitis heel pain Arthritis Athlete s Foot Bunions Biomechanics

    Original URL path: http://www.circlepodiatry.co.uk/hammer-toe/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Ingrown toe nail | Circle Podiatry |Uk's #1 multi award winning private Podiatry brand
    of the toe This is a serious condition for people with impaired circulation diabetes or other systemic diseases Causes Heredity Improper nail trimming Trauma Shoe pressure What we can do for you Perform a physical examination Refer for X ray evaluation when necessary Remove the ingrown portion of the nail Culture the nail Search for General Services and Private Individuals Ingrown toe nail Plantar fasciitis heel pain Arthritis Athlete s

    Original URL path: http://www.circlepodiatry.co.uk/services/chiropodypodiatry/ingrown-toe-nail/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Neuroma | Circle Podiatry |Uk's #1 multi award winning private Podiatry brand
    common cause of neuroma in ball of the foot is the abnormal movement of the long bones behind the toes called metatarsal bones Burning pain tingling and numbness in one or two of the toes is a common symptom Sometimes this pain can become so severe it can bring tears to a patient s eyes Removing the shoe and rubbing the ball of the foot helps to ease the pain

    Original URL path: http://www.circlepodiatry.co.uk/neuroma/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Orthotics / insoles | Circle Podiatry Practice | Circle Podiatry |Uk's #1 multi award winning private Podiatry brand
    altering some joint angles to prevent excessive motion Many look like arch supports but they are not intended to support the arch Orthotics are angled individually to control the heel and forefoot and prevent excessive motion The natural arch in the foot will in most case become more apparent whilst the orthotics are worn There are many different types of orthotics The type that is used depends on the activity in which the patient is involved the shoes they want to wear and the underlying foot problem Causes An orthotic is designed to control the mechanics of the foot to a precise degree Its purpose is to prevent abnormal motion of the foot while allowing for normal motion and function What we can do for you Orthotics are made from an electronic scanning or a plaster cast of the foot which is form fitted to the foot when not bearing weight Orthotics fall into three broad categories rigid soft and semi rigid Rigid orthotics are designed to control function Soft orthotics help absorb shock and take pressure off uncomfortable or sore spots Semi rigid orthotics provide dynamic balance of the foot while walking or participating in sports Search for General

    Original URL path: http://www.circlepodiatry.co.uk/orthotics-insoles/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Orthotics and children | Circle Podiatry |Uk's #1 multi award winning private Podiatry brand
    age of three or four If a child has feet that flatten or roll in excessively called hyper pronation chances are that they will experience more serious problems in later life What we can do for you At an early age structures of the foot can be repositioned to grow in proper alignment Often children will not complain of foot problems we recommend a foot health check for children by

    Original URL path: http://www.circlepodiatry.co.uk/orthotics-and-children/ (2016-02-15)
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