Helpful Tips and Advice

'I have something on my foot' Corns & Calluses - What's the Difference? Dec 15, 2020

Do you ever look at your foot and see something that you are not sure what it is? Chances are it might be a corn, callus or a verruca as these would be the most common conditions that show up in our clinic on a daily basis. This blog post focuses on corns and calluses. 

What is a Corn?...
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Flat Feet Nov 30, 2020

Also known as pes planus and fallen arches, flat feet occur when the arches of your foot collapse down and sometimes the entire sole of the foot may touch the ground when standing.

Having flat feet is a very common and many be present from birth or can develop over time. It is very common...

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What is Podiatry / Chiropody? Nov 30, 2020

What do podiatrists and chiropodists do and is there a difference between the two?

A chiropodist or podiatrist is a specialist foot health practitioner. Podiatry is the modern term used by foot health practitioners qualified in podiatric medicine and is internationally recognised. Podiatrist as a...

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Nail Bracing: Permanent Solution for Ingrown Toenails Nov 30, 2020

BraceNFix™ is the latest technology designed by Australian Podiatrists to treat ingrown toenails without the need for surgery. 

BraceNFix™ is a non-invasive and pain-free way to permanently resolve and restore the natural alignment and growth of the nail. 

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Foot Care Tips for Self-Isolation Nov 29, 2020

Now that we are all in lock-down due to Covid-19, what do we do if our foot starts hurting? What if that old corn starts niggling at us again or the ingrown toenail becomes uncomfortable? With most businesses including podiatry practices like ourselves closed for the next few weeks, it can be...

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5 Fantastic Walks In South County Dublin Jun 07, 2020

Everyone loves summer, it’s one of my favourite times of the year.  You can’t beat the feeling that Summer puts in the air. Summer walking feels great finally some warmth in the air, it’s lighter outside and there’s plenty of colour replacing the damp greys and browns...

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Managing Ingrown Toenails At Home Apr 15, 2020

Recently I've received some calls from a number of you asking what you can do to treat your ingrown toenails at home until we reopen the clinic. The lock down due to Covid-19 is in place until the 5th of May and might be extended past that date but painful ingrown toenails don't like waiting.

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