Treatments

Fungal nail infection

The medical term for fungal infection of the nails is onychomycosis. This is primarily caused by dermatophytes, but also candida and various yeast infections.  In 90 per cent of cases

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Verrucas


Podiatry

Verruca’s, also known as plantar warts are caused by a common virus (the Human Papilloma Virus) and are frustratingly difficult to get rid of.  Sometimes verruca’s can be mistaken as

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Achilles Tendinitis


Podiatry

Pain and swelling in the back of the heel and calf muscles are often caused by a repetitive strain injury of the Achilles tendon. Tight calf muscles and faulty foot

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Diabetic Foot Care


Podiatry

People with diabetes can be at risk of developing complications with their feet as a result of having high blood sugar levels. Hyperglycemia leads to the accumulation of waste products

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Foot Pain


Podiatry

Musculoskeletal causes: There are many reasons why people develop pain in their feet. Often pain may be caused by a more superficial problem in the layers of the skin, like

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Knee Pain


Osteopathy

‘Knees are like meteorological, weather forecasting monitors.’ People who suffer with ‘dodgy knees’, often report, that they can tell what the weather is going to do by ‘the state’ of

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Hip Pain


Osteopathy

Mechanics of hip joint movement The hip joint is the largest and most stable joint in the body. It is a ball and socket joint which is held tightly between

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Corns & Callus


Podiatry

Corns and calluses are hard, thickened, compacted areas of skin. They develop due to friction and pressure, in areas of the foot that are under repetitive load. Painful corns and

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Heel pain


Podiatry

Heel pain is a condition that I see frequently in the clinic . It can be quite stubborn to resolve, partly because it is difficult to give the weight-bearing surfaces

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Ingrowing toenails


Podiatry

Including nail surgery under local anaesthetic. The medical term for this condition is onychogryphosis. Ingrowing toenails can be extremely painful. In severe cases, there is nearly always evidence of swelling

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Nail cutting


Podiatry

Many people find it hard to cut their own nails. As we get older it gets increasingly hard to reach the toes and for people with back pain and mobility

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Shoulder Pain


Osteopathy

Treatment to help with frozen shoulder, impingement syndrome, tendinitis, rotator cuff tears and other causes of shoulder pain: Shoulder problems often result in a painful arc of movement when trying

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Elbow Pain


Osteopathy

Elbow Pain Elbow pain is commonly referred to as ‘tennis elbow’. The medical term for this condition is lateral epicondylitis. This is an inflammation of the tendons of the forearm, as

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Metatarsalgia


Podiatry

This is a term used to describe pain emanating from under the area at the front of the foot, known as the metatarsal bones. Sometimes this part of the foot

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Lower Back Pain


Osteopathy

Everyday, approximately 30,000 people in the U.K. visit an osteopath and many of them seek help because they are suffering from lower back pain. If you are one of many

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