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Toenail Trouble

A toenail with a fungal infection

Many of the people who book to see us at kingstonfeet come because they have trouble with thick toenails or fungal toenails. As a team we must have seen over half a million toenails during our daily work as podiatrists. We certainly have lots of experience and know how to fix thick or ugly toenails. There really is no need to feel embarrassed or worried about what we may think. We’re just focused on how we can use our expertise to get your toenails back to normal and get you…

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Foot Pain

Painful feet

Our feet are amazing, they work so hard for us without any trouble most of the time but following an injury, damage or maybe just some rubbing from our shoe and we can be in a lot of pain. The Causes of Foot Pain Feet are complex structures, each one has 26 bones, a quarter of the bones in the whole body are in our feet. All those bones are held neatly together by tendons, muscles and ligaments. Blood vessels, nerves and skin complete the picture and help keep our…

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Embarrassing Feet

Embarassing, uncared for feet

We find it such a shame that people get embarrassed by their feet. We see 1,000’s of feet every year, none of which are embarrassing feet to us.  We totally understand that a lot of our patients find their feet embarrassing for one reason or another, but rest assured we have seen it all before; very little if anything you have hiding in your socks is going to shock us. People are often embarrassed by Smelly feet Uncared for feet Infected feet Ugly looking feet Fungal infection of toenails or…

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Biomechanical Assessment

Biomechanical assessment at kingstonfeet podiastrists

Are you worried about how you or someone you know is standing or walking? Maybe your toes and knees turn in? Or out? You may suffer with pain in your joints or muscles of the leg. During a biomechanical assessment we look at the legs, joints and feet to determine how they function. This includes checking out the structure and alignment of the whole leg and assessing the strengths and weaknesses of the muscles and other structures. We also look at you standing and walking to see how this may…

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