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
10 Tips for buying Back to School shoes In the back-to-school rush, shoe shops will be heaving with parents and children intent on buying back-to-school shoes. Yet many school children are wearing shoes that are too small, despite the risk of deformity and injury associated with ill-fitting shoes. Before parents splash out on expensive school
Millions of people are affected by diabetes, including celebrities like Sir Steve Redgrave, Alexandra Burke and Eammon Holmes to name a few. Below are some tips for monitoring diabetic feet which will help you avoid developing any further complications. As an individual with diabetes you are the best person to take care of your feet. If
Are you at risk of developing Type 2 Diabetes? Take the test… Regular foot care is essential for anyone living with Diabetes. The above tool, created by NHS Choices, can now help you make changes to your lifestyle and seek medical advice. Diabetes UK and We Fix Feet, putting feet first!