Mobile foot health care in your own home. Drew Ewing BSc (Hons)

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How can a Surefoot Podiatrist help you?
Podiatrists are seen as a kind of foot doctor. They are a trained health care professionals and are registered to the councils of health care professionals. If you have trouble with your feet such as; pain, thickened or discoloured toenails, cracks, cuts, growths such as warts, corns, bunions or verrucas and any other foot-related problems you may want to get advice and treatment. They are trained to prevent, diagnose, treat and rehabilitate abnormal conditions of the feet, ankle and lower limb.
Common problems that people see a podiatrist for are gout, athlete’s foot, calluses or smelly feet.
Orthotics are tailor-made insoles that podiatrists regularly give out to patients with pain in their arches or heels of their feet. You put the device in you shoe, this re-aligns your foot to take pressure off the vulnerable points.
Podiatrists can also help with complex injuries such as sports/ or exercise injuries.
Even though your feet might be in good condition, it is always helpful to have a single session with a podiatrist to have hard skin removed, toe nails clipped, to find out if you are wearing the right shoes or just to see if you are looking after your feet properly.
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