Burnham Podiatry Clinic

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The Clinic Is Now Open For Urgent Appointments and Key Workers

As the restrictions on the lock-down are starting to lift, Burnham Podiatry Clinic shall be opening up for appointments. This will be based on screening questions to ascertain your health risk and your Podiatry need. Unfortunately, all other routine, and non urgent appointments Cannot be prioritised at this time.With the[…]

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Burnham Podiatry Clinic During Covid-19 Outbreak

Burnham Podiatry Clinic remains open.  We already adhere to the stringent health & cleanliness requirements required for a medical clinic.  We have, since COVID-19 reached the UK, increased our deep cleans of all surfaces patients may come into contact with.  We have on offer antibacterial for your use as you[…]

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Burnham Podiatry Clinic will be CLOSED, but we are still here!

It is with great regret, I have made the decision to close Burnham Podiatry Clinic as of Monday 23rd March 2020. The safety and well-being of my patients and staff are my highest priority at all times.  Having considered all of the guidance for medical services and putting safety procedures[…]

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How Do I Check My Childs Feet For Problems?

Your childs feet are often overlooked once they start school and more pressing things take control, such as homework, after school clubs etc… but maintaining and caring for a child’s feet will benefit their health, mobility and well-being throughout their entire lives.  Our feet are very complex structures, and as[…]

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How Bad Are High Heels Really?

While Podiatrists advise patients to avoid wearing high heels, the reality is many patients will continue to wear them. So to help you enter the party season but look after your body, here’s a few tips to reduce the damage caused by those killer heals! Podiatrists treat foot and ankle[…]

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What Are Chilblains?

After the wonderful winter wonderland weather we have experienced this week, what better time than to talk about the not so wonderful Chilblains! Winter & Chilblains, a chilling topic! What are chilblains? Chilblains are red itchy, swollen bumps which appear on the skin following sudden changes in temperature. The blood[…]

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How Does Arthritis Affect The Feet?

What is Arthritis? Arthritis is a painful condition that affects the small joints of the hands and feet.  It’s not just for older people, young people who use intense movements regularly can also increase the onset of this condition, such as massage therapists, hairdressers or anyone working with their hands for long[…]

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Do only athlete’s get Athlete’s Foot?

Do only athletes get Athletes Foot    Athletes foot is more common than people realise, most have suffered without actually knowing about it, however some cases will not go away and  require treatment. Do I have Athletes Foot? Athlete’s foot is a skin fungal infection. Commonly, it can be itchy, cracked,[…]

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What are Corns & Callus?

Hard Skin, we all experience this at some point but what exactly causes it and how should we prevent it? It is no surprise that as your feet take the entire weight of your body, they are placed under extreme pressure. Just walking or standing, our body weight is carried first[…]

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Diabetes And How It Affects Your Feet.  

What is Diabetes? Diabetes is a disease that develops from high blood glucose levels which can cause damage to the nerve systems in your body by stopping important messages getting to and from your brain.  This nerve damage is called Neuropathy.  High blood glucose levels can also damage your blood[…]

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