Job Vacancies – HCPC Registered Podiatrists – 2 Positions Available The opportunity has arisen for 2 HCPC Registered Podiatrists who are full of energy and enthusiasm, to join our friendly team who operate within the busy, newly refurbished private practice clinics of We Fix Feet. The vacancies are offered to Degree qualified Podiatrists with LA & POMS. The posts
Ankle pain can cause constraints on both sports and daily activities. Ankle pain can be caused by a wide range of problems. The more common problem is due to ankle instability. The ankle, as with most joints in the body is stabilized and held in place by countless soft tissues, which include ligaments and tendons.
Whether you’re a professional athlete, keen runner or just out for that weekend run or ride, it’s important that your lower limbs – legs and feet, are conditioned prior to any physical activity. PREPARATION Stretching and warm-up are essential to avoid any foot pain or injuries such as Achilles tendon problems. The Achilles tendon connects
Kerry Gillott CFCP MPSPract, joins the clinical team at “We Fix Feet” Sheffield as a Registered Foot Health Practitioner, after previously working within her home city of Sheffield. Kerry brings with her experience in Foot Healthcare, having graduated in early 2016 with a Diploma in Foot Health Care and Practice. With her knowledge and skill, Kerry will attend to
We Fix Feet welcomes HCPC Registered Podiatrist Areti Constantinou (CH34076) to our clinical team. Areti graduated from The University of Brighton in Podiatry and holds Local Anaesthetics (LA) and Prescription Only Medicine (POM) certification. With a passion for helping alleviate painful foot and lower limb problems, Areti is continuing her professional development at The University of Leeds,
The new, safe and effective way to treat Fungal Nail Infection (Onychomycosis). PACT is an abbreviation and scientific term that stands for Photodynamic Antimicrobial Therapy. This treatment has been used effectively in medicine since the 1990’s for the treatment of tumours, skin diseases and wound infections. The fungal cells, unlike human cells possess a cell wall. This cell wall is stained