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Bunions: A-Z Everything you need to know

By | June 1st, 2022 | Foot care

What is a bunion? A bunion, or Hallux Valgus, is a bony formation, usually on the joint of your big toe. This condition can also occur on the pinky toe, known as a bunionette. Pressure on the toes changes their […]

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Do you really have an ingrowing toenail?

By | May 25th, 2022 | Foot care

Ingrowing Toe Nails An ingrowing toenail is a painful condition wherein the nail grows into the toe. This usually occurs on the big toe but it can happen to any toe.   How do you spot one? The main symptom […]

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Intense Heel Pain: Is it the way you walk, or something serious, like Haglund’s Deformity?

By | May 9th, 2022 | Foot care

Haglund’s Deformity and Heel Pain This week we are looking at the foot, specifically the back of your heel. So what does pain in this area of your body signify? Is the fix as simple as changing your shoes, or […]

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For Your Information

By | March 18th, 2020 | Foot care

It is safe to come into The Lawrence Clinic during these uncertain times. We wanted to let you know and reassure you that we are taking extra measures to keep you safe. We are monitoring the situation day by day […]

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What causes a Bunion ? Are they Hereditary ?

By | March 4th, 2020 | Foot care

The answer is we don’t really know. Over the years there have been many research projects and schools of thought as to the exact causation of Bunions. The image above shows the left foot of a mum of 32 years […]

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Focus on Bunions – What exactly is a Bunion?

By | February 24th, 2020 | Foot care

  The origin of the word comes from the early 18th Century, derived from the old French word buigne meaning “bump on the head ”. A more modern meaning is “a painful swelling on the first joint of the big […]

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