Yorkshire Foot Hospital

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Yorkshire Foot Hospital News Blog

FLAT FEET (PLANO-VALGUS FOOT)

By | January 6th, 2020 | Foot care

As you can imagine, this condition is where the sole of the foot has no arch and a very low arch affecting one or both feet. This can also be referred to as ‘fallen arch’. As described by the Oxford […]

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Lumpy bone on the top of your foot?

By | December 10th, 2019 | Foot care

If you are worried about a lump on the top of your foot it is always best to see a Podiatrist or Podiatric consultant to get a diagnosis. One of the conditions it could be is a Ganglion cyst, Patients […]

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Christmas foot pain and injuries

By | December 9th, 2019 | Foot care

We are getting to hear of stories of injuries at x mas parties. We are seeing quite a few ankle injuries, sprained ankles, and toe injuries. Some people having consumed way too much alcohol and unsteady on their feet. Trodden […]

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From Meghan to Diana an expert reveals the Royals’ true personalities as shown by their FEET… so can YOU match these toes to the right princesses?

By | April 14th, 2018 | Foot care

Thanks to the British weather, California girl Meghan Markle has spent months here wrapped up. But scan pictures of her in the U.S. over the past ten years and you’ll discover her real style staple: the strappy sandal, with feet and toes firmly on […]

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TOE PROBLEMS AND SHORTENING TOES

By | June 26th, 2017 | Foot care

Many people are not happy with their feet, in fact it is common knowledge that people sometimes will not wear sandles because they do not like the way their feet look. There is also consideration that patients can not fit […]

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Ingrowing Toenail problems

By | November 14th, 2016 | Foot care

Today we have had several people in with Ingrowing toenails, people do not realise how important it is to see a Podiatrist as soon as you notice this problem to avoid infection. We often see patients that have already seen […]

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