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  • Diabetes | Circle Podiatry |Uk's #1 multi award winning private Podiatry brand
    known as diabetes mellitus is a disease in which your body does not use or produce insulin properly Insulin is an important hormone necessary for the absorption of blood sugar also known as glucose If there is too much glucose in your blood it can lead to serious health complications Diabetes can have complications on the lower limb so it is vital for those with diabetes to have an annual

    Original URL path: http://www.circlepodiatry.co.uk/faqs/diabetes/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Callus | Circle Podiatry |Uk's #1 multi award winning private Podiatry brand
    Home Callus Callus Calluses are hard rough areas of skin that are often yellowish in colour They can develop on weight bearing areas of your foot most often around the heel area or over the ball of the foot Posted

    Original URL path: http://www.circlepodiatry.co.uk/faqs/callus/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Bone | Circle Podiatry |Uk's #1 multi award winning private Podiatry brand
    Blog Navigation Menu Home Bone Bone The hard rigid form of connective tissue There are 26 bones that make up the foot that s around a quarter of the bones that make up the body Posted in General Search for

    Original URL path: http://www.circlepodiatry.co.uk/faqs/bone/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Blister | Circle Podiatry |Uk's #1 multi award winning private Podiatry brand
    Blister A local swelling of the skin that contains watery fluid and is caused by burning infection or irritation such as friction from footwear Blisters may also contain blood often caused by resulting from a pinch or a crushing injury

    Original URL path: http://www.circlepodiatry.co.uk/faqs/blister/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Debris | Circle Podiatry |Uk's #1 multi award winning private Podiatry brand
    us FAQ Blog Navigation Menu Home Debris Debris Debris is the breakdown of surrounding tissues such as toenails or the surrounding skin This often breaks down and collects at the sides of the nail and underneath it Its presence is very common with those with a fungal infection which can lead to a foul smelling odour as the debris collects under the nail Posted in General Search for What Our

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  • Cream | Circle Podiatry |Uk's #1 multi award winning private Podiatry brand
    Cream Cream It is important to moisturize your feet regularly The use of a urea based lotion such as CCS foot care cream available to purchase in our practice will keep the skin moisturised and prevent it from cracking Posted

    Original URL path: http://www.circlepodiatry.co.uk/faqs/cream/ (2016-02-15)
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  • How to deal with dry cracked feet? | Circle Podiatry |Uk's #1 multi award winning private Podiatry brand
    foot file available to purchase in our practice or pumice stone can be used on any hard skin present however do not be too rough when doing this especially on cracked areas as it will make your feet sore Apply a good Urea based cream such as CCS foot care cream available to purchase in our practice daily making sure to avoid putting it between the toes Usually the best

    Original URL path: http://www.circlepodiatry.co.uk/faqs/how-to-deal-with-dry-cracked-feet/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Why aren’t diabetics supposed to put lotion between their toes? | Circle Podiatry |Uk's #1 multi award winning private Podiatry brand
    supposed to put lotion between their toes When lotion is placed between the toes sometimes it is not absorbed as easily as it would do when placed on the top and underneath of the foot If this lotion is not absorbed the skin may become very soft macerated which increased the risk of skin breakdown Although this is vital to avoid in those with Diabetes due to their increased susceptibility

    Original URL path: http://www.circlepodiatry.co.uk/faqs/why-arent-diabetics-supposed-to-put-lotion-between-their-toes/ (2016-02-15)
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