Updated: Aug 31
Monday 9th March 2020 marks the start of # National Feet Week.
What is National Feet Week?
National Feet Week is taking place from 9th to 15th March 2020 , the purpose of the campaign is to encourage people of all ages to prioritise foot health. The majority of people will automatically book regular check-ups at the dentist or optician, but how often do those people consider the benefits of an annual foot examination?
Why is it important to look after my feet?
Most of us take our feet for granted until its too late and pains or problems have started to develop. It is extremely important to ensure you take care of your feet before they limit your ability to function. Visiting a local podiatrist when you are experiencing foot pain is advisable. Foot problems can also be prevented before they occur by seeing your Podiatrist for advice on how to keep your feet healthy.
Why see a Podiatrist?
Podiatrists are highly trained professionals registered by the Health and Care Profession Council (HCPC) that have trained solely in the area of the foot and lower limb. Podiatrists are the only medical professionals who exclusively specialise in treating the foot and ankle.
A podiatrist can treat or advise on a whole raft of foot conditions including:
- Athlete's Foot
-Corns and Callus
If you are concerned about your foot health , perhaps you are experiencing difficulties in mobility post surgery and as a result are worried that your feet have become somewhat neglected call or contact Deva Podiatry today. We are able to conduct a thorough assessment of your foot and lower limb and offer you constructive and helpful advise on ongoing foot maintenance with a fully qualified and insured Podiatrist.