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Arthritis is a disease of the joints which causes them to become inflamed and stiffen. There are three types of arthritis – Rheumatoid arthritis, Osteo-arthritis and the less common form, Gout.

What is it? / What causes the problem?

Gout is the result of an imbalance of...

The team at The Podiatry Clinic wishes everyone a Happy New Year!

Fungal nail infection, unfortunately, is a very common infection of the foot. Around 8% of the adult population have it. The condition can be difficult to treat, particularly in its advanced stages. The key to eradicating this infection is to diagnose it early so the...

3 Oct 2017

With the beginning of the Autumn season, many of us will have begun ditching the freeing open toe sandals for the warming comfort of closed shoes. To help your feet feel as good as they can be, here are three handful tips to put some pride in your stride.

1.       Good...

18 Sep 2017

Have you every suffered from or currently do suffer from plantar fasciitis? 

Well you'll be glad to know that you are not alone. As a podiatrist, this foot pain condition is very commonly seen in practice affecting a variety of people.

Plantar fasciitis is the term used...

Innovative treatment of fungal nails with “clearanail” device

What is a fungal nail?

Fungal nail infection (Onychomycosis) is the same infection as Athlete’s foot but under the nail. Once the fungus makes its way through the nail plate it can be hard to treat with topica...

16 Mar 2017

I am pleased to announce that the Podiatry Clinic now has a Facebook page. Visit the page to find out more about podiatry. Over the coming months I will update the page with more helpful advice and tips.

Find us on Facebook: @Highcliffethepodiatryclinic

Its Valentine's day once again - the time when love is in the air. So, is it time to love your feet again? Are they suffering in silence with pain, hard skin or nail problems? If so it may be time to give them a real Valentines treat and book for an appointment with yo...

6 Jan 2017

Chatting to my colleague, Michelle Score, It’s always about this time of the year she is reminded that its winter by her feet! As a podiatrist, she is not afraid to admit that she suffers with that annual problem of chilblains. So, what are they and why do we get them?...

Happy Christmas and New Year to all our patients. We look forward to seeing you in 2017.

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