Diabetics Why a good foot care regime is essential Around 2 million people in the UK have been diagnosed with diabetes, and up to 70% of them will develop problems with their lower limbs and feet. The most common foot complications in diabetics centre around poor circulation and damage to the nerves and blood vessels. The foot […]

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Orthotics Alleviate your joint pain Orthotics are specially fitted insoles or shoe inserts designed to support and improve the functioning of your feet. Orthotics provide support for the foot by distributing pressure or realigning the foot joints when active. They can effectively alleviate joint pain in the lower limbs and spine and, in turn, reduce

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Biomechanics The forces acting on your body Biomechanics is the science that examines forces acting on the body and their effects. In the context of podiatry, biomechanics refers to the function and range of movement of the joints in the feet and lower limbs, and in turn how this impacts on the rest of your body. It is

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