About Feet

Foot Conditions
    Athletes Foot
    Blisters
    Brittle Nails
    Bunions
    Circulatory
    Corns
    Cracked Heels
    Discoloured Toenails
    DVT
    Foot Arch Problems   
    Foot Odour
    Fungal Nail
    Hammer Toe   
    Hard Skin and Callus
    Ingrown Toenails
    Pain in the balls of your feet
    Tired, Aching Legs and Feet
    Verrucas

Foot Arch Problems

The arches of the foot are formed by the tarsal and metatarsal bones, and strengthened by ligaments and tendons. They allow the foot to support the weight of your upright body with the least weight. Foot types vary and people may have low or high arched foot.

Ensuring your shoes fit properly and provide you with adequate support can help to prevent problems developing. Keeping your weight down also helps to reduce the pressure on your feet. Your GP, Podiatrist or pharmacist may also be able to advise on the best foot care products for you.