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Do you ever wonder why you get hard skin on certain places on your feet? Or why you suffer from p...
Blisters are fluid filled sacs that form beneath the surface layer of the skin. They are usually ...
Bunion (Hallux Abducto Valgus) is the common name for a protruding big toe joint on the side of t...
Referral on to other members of the healthcare team is available if further specialist advice is ...
Fungal toenails are identifiable by white spots on the surface of toenails, yellow / brown tracks...
Nails from time to time can curve as they grow, this over curvature is known as involution. Invol...
City foot health is now offering the medical pedicure, a treatment which is renowned for creating...
This is an umbrella term that describes pain in the metatarsal area of the forefoot. Abnormal pre...
There are nerves in feet which run up towards the toes, finally branching off to give sensation i...
Sports injuries of the foot, leg, knee and hip joints are common. These sporting injuries can be ...
Help is at hand. Our podiatrists at City Foot Health are able to assess the biomechanics of the w...
This is a skin infection caused by The Human Papilloma Virus. The virus enters the outermost laye...