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Frozen Feet in Snow - Chilblains!
Taking the Chill out of Chilblains
By We Fix Feet 2nd March 2018


TAKING THE CHILL OUT OF CHILBLAINS I bet you can all remember your Gran saying  “Oh my chilblains!” Well, you’ll probably hear it again as it’s that time of year!  When it’s freezing outside, one of the first parts of our body to notice this is our poor feet.  If you’ve noticed any small, itchy, painful

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World AIDS Day 2017 - Peripheral Neuropathy
HIV AIDS and Your Feet
By We Fix Feet 1st December 2017

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1st December 2017 is recognized as World AIDS Day The Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), is the virus that weakens the body’s immune system, reducing the effectiveness of the immune system. Unless treated with modern antiviral therapy, Late Stage HIV, also known as AIDS (Acquired Immunodeficiency Disease) can bring with it the susceptibility to many other

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Sock Donation to Homeless in Sheffield
Socks in the City
By We Fix Feet 29th November 2017

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Socks in the City Sock-it to Sheffield!   It isn’t about collecting money…  WE WANT YOR SOCKS! The team at We Fix Feet Podiatry & Foot Healthcare want to inspire people to make a donation of as many warm, clean socks in order for them to be distributed to homeless shelters of Sheffield this winter.   Research from charities

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We Fix Feet Job Vacancies
Podiatrist Job Vacancies
By We Fix Feet 27th November 2017

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Job Vacancy – HCPC Registered Podiatrist The opportunity has arisen for a HCPC Registered Podiatrist who is full of energy and enthusiasm for Private Practice to join our friendly team who operate within the busy clinics of We Fix Feet. The vacancy is offered to Degree qualified Podiatrists with LA & POMS.  Experience working within Private Practice will be

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Painful heel - Plantar Fasciitis
How to avoid Plantar Fasciitis with 3 good habits
By We Fix Feet 2nd May 2017

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Do you get a sharp pain under your heel sometimes?  It could be Plantar Fasciitis! But first, no doubt you’re wondering how to pronounce it…   < plarn-tar fas-e-i-tis > Now at least you can say it – but what exactly is Plantar Fasciitis? What is Plantar Fasciitis? Put simply, Plantar Fasciitis is the inflammation

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Hikers wearing walking boots on rugged terrain
How does walking affect your feet?
By We Fix Feet 24th April 2017

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In an average lifetime it is estimated that we walk about 100,000 miles. So, “how does walking affect your feet?”  Walking helps the ligaments, tendons and muscles in our feet to work more efficiently and helps maintain suppleness and flexibility.  Walking at a brisk pace for regular exercise helps condition your body and improves overall

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