A top gadget on many Christmas lists this year is a Fitbit. Sitting down to Christmas dinner with one on your wrist certainly helps with the Christmas guilt, but it only works if you use it! The accepted wisdom is that we should all be taking 10,000 steps per day for optimal health and…

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      At this time of the year, conditions underfoot are changing fast. Surfaces which were dry and hard baked are slowly turning to mush, with trails and paths becoming more slippery, and the weather getting colder and wetter. Whilst road running shoes work pretty much the same all the year round, running on…

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We are slowly heading out of the Autumn into the Winter season. I notice on my runs that the Autumn golds are turning to brown and the leaves underfoot are getting more mushy! It seems that we may have a difficult Winter ahead of us even though vaccines will soon be here to rescue us…

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Thinking of getting into some Winter walking but not sure which boots to get? Here is a rough guide to selecting the right walking boot. Size Two things to bear in mind. Firstly, make sure there is some wiggle room for your toes. Your feet will expand as you walk so boots that are too…

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As an essential medical practice, we are exempt from closure during the current Tier 3 restrictions and will be open as normal. All scheduled appointments will continue as normal and you are welcome to book an appointment in the usual way if you have any issues with foot or ankle pain. We are confident that…

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