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  • Fungal Infection | Circle Podiatry |Uk's #1 multi award winning private Podiatry brand
    or in the body There are various types of fungal infection The most common infection is Tinea Pedis or athlete s foot The symptoms are sogginess and scaling of the skin This infection usually occurs in the space between the toes and can often be caught from infected skin particles It is most usually picked up in public places such as swimming pools Fungal nail infections can also occur in

    Original URL path: http://www.circlepodiatry.co.uk/faqs/fungal-infection/ (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/faqs/neuroma/ (2016-02-15)
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  • What is proper skin and foot care for ballerinas? | Circle Podiatry |Uk's #1 multi award winning private Podiatry brand
    is common to develop hard skin as a result of constant shearing forces acting on the foot this should be managed either by filing it down with a good quality foot file available to purchase in our practice or by seeking help from a podiatrist to carry out routine podiatry It is also advised to apply a urea based lotion such as CCS foot care cream daily available to purchase in our practice which will keep the skin moisturised and prevent it from cracking Footwear is also an important consideration make sure you do your research to find out exactly what is needed for your particular type of dancing It is advised that any shoes are properly fitted by a professional as ill fitting footwear can affect your dancing and enjoyment of it Ensure you have padding in shoes used to go en point avoid any padding that is too thick or that stops you feeling the ground There are toe pads available for dancers from a variety of stores or lambs wool may also be used It is vital that any injuries are treated immediately by seeking help from a podiatrist or a GP depending on the injury who

    Original URL path: http://www.circlepodiatry.co.uk/faqs/what-is-proper-skin-and-foot-care-for-ballerinas/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Does my diabetic child need better quality shoes? | Circle Podiatry |Uk's #1 multi award winning private Podiatry brand
    is adequate space within thumbs width of space between child s toes and end of shoe The shoes should have a strap fastening to the foot Velcro buckle laces etc which will keep the foot firmly in place and prevent any rubbing that may cause blisters Ideally the should have an upper that is made from a breathable material such as leather and the inside of the shoe should be

    Original URL path: http://www.circlepodiatry.co.uk/faqs/does-my-diabetic-child-need-better-quality-shoes/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Does anyone have a good remedy for dry feet? | Circle Podiatry |Uk's #1 multi award winning private Podiatry brand
    Contact us FAQ Blog Navigation Menu Home Does anyone have a good remedy for dry feet Does anyone have a good remedy for dry feet Daily use of a good urea based cream such as CCS foot care cream available to purchase in our practice which softens hard dry skin will help to keep it soft supple and prevents further problems developing Posted in General Search for What Our Clients

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  • Should you or should you not soak your feet? | Circle Podiatry |Uk's #1 multi award winning private Podiatry brand
    or should you not soak your feet It is important to maintain good foot health and soaking your feet can have many benefits such as improving their cleanliness and making toenails easier to trim However it is important that when soaking them the water is not too hot as this can cause burns and increase risk of developing chilblains also ensure that you have no open wounds After bathing ensure

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  • I do not know why my feet are very dry every night? | Circle Podiatry |Uk's #1 multi award winning private Podiatry brand
    we lose a lot of fluid through them as sweat This can sometimes lead to dry skin as so it is import to use a good urea based cream such as CCS foot care cream daily available to purchase in our practice which softens hard dry skin and will help to keep it soft supple and prevent further problems developing Dry skin can also be a symptom of medical conditions

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  • Are there any home treatments for black toenails? | Circle Podiatry |Uk's #1 multi award winning private Podiatry brand
    there any home treatments for black toenails Are there any home treatments for black toenails Black toenails can be a result of many different causes and so we cannot give any treatment advice The best option would be to seek help from a podiatrist who will be able to assess your toe and determine the cause which will allow them to create a treatment plan or give advice to manage

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