It's a great thing to have in clinic.
Really versatile. Easy to apply (unless you really are THAT inflexible).
And a superb way to reduced symptoms quickly.
This stuff, can also be used on verrucas to prevent moisture loss.
In this video, Dave demonstrates taping to Ian's heel to help with shock absorption.
Would you believe that even I fail at technology?
Well, I can assure you.
I had plans for a great time-lapse.
And it didn't work.
It's a good job I have my grinder to console me.
This short video introduces you to the main equipment we use in clinic to test the nerves in your feet. This equipment provides a reliable baseline for future testing and comparison, and helps us to gain a picture of your risk status in relation to further problems.
Neurological testing is part of the comprehensive foot and leg services we offer in the clinic. Please get in touch to find out more.
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Verrucas can be persistent but often need to be left to resolve on their own, especially if they are not causing a problem. Sometimes, however, they can be a little less well behaved and podiatrists need to get involved.
Check out the video below where Dave talks about the treatments we use at Walk.
Many thanks to Martin for his testimonial talking about his experience of the needling procedure for his verrucas.
Enjoy the video and to if you want to find out more, then please get in touch.
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Feedback from patients is always great, so a huge thank you to Mandy for going on camera to talk about her experience of visiting Walk.
So, what is podiatry? This video, from the College of Podiatry, helps to explain all about the profession.
It's always nice to get feedback from patients regarding the treatments we use in the clinic. Allison was kind enough to go on camera and provide feedback following a joint mobilisation session.
Please note that there is a small degree of flicker on the video due to the lights in the room.