Carly O’Donoghue (Podiatrist)

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PREVENTING INGROWN NAILS

PREVENTING INGROWN NAILS

Preventing ingrown toenails involves taking some simple steps and practicing good foot care habits. Here are some tips to help you avoid ingrown toenails: Proper nail trimming: Avoid cutting your toenails too short, as this can encourage the nail to grow into the...

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Feet that last a lifetime…

Feet that last a lifetime…

It is no secret that as we get older, our bodies start to tire more easily - and the feet are no exception! Think of your age right now - this is the number of years your feet have been holding up your body during the day, walking, running, and squashing themselves...

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Feet slowing you down?

Feet slowing you down?

Take our 4 step home checklist and find out if you have healthy feet! It is no secret that as we get older, our body starts to tire more easily - and the feet are no exception! How old you are right now, is the number of years your feet have been holding up your body...

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Heel Pain Relief with Shockwave

Heel Pain Relief with Shockwave

When you have heel pain you feel terrible.  Shoes are uncomfortable, walking is uncomfortable, and you think twice being active.   It is important to know that with the right advice you don’t have to live with foot pain. What is Shockwave Therapy? Shockwave Therapy...

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TENNIS VS JOGGER

TENNIS VS JOGGER

Why should I wear tennis shoes for tennis? The best way to answer this is to compare a tennis shoe to the most common sporting shoe: The Jogger.The jogger, while built best for running/walking can often be a significant detriment if used for sports such as tennis,...

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IT’S ALL ABOUT THE SOLE

IT’S ALL ABOUT THE SOLE

Why should I wear tennis shoes for tennis? The jogger, while built best for running (and often walking too) can often be a significant detriment if used for sports such as tennis, netball or basketball. The outsole, or the “tread”. This is the major difference... The...

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BLISTERS!

BLISTERS!

IF YOU HAVE A BLISTER AND … IT HAS NOT BURST If you can help it, do not burst a blister. Protect the area and avoid the stimulus that caused the blister.Blister Shields are anti-friction patches that can be applied to/around blisters to reduce the skin traction that...

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Have you tried Trail Runners?

Have you tried Trail Runners?

Do you dislike the stiff, heavy, restrictive feel of hiking boots, but often venture onto uneven surfaces or trails? Well look no further than a trail runner! These shoes offer the feeling of strolling/running in a trainer (light, cushioned, flexible) with the...

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Improve your balance

Improve your balance

How do I improve my balance for hiking? Balance, stability, proprioception.. all words to describe an integral skill needed for most physical activities, including hiking. Just like muscle strengthening, balance is something we need to work towards and maintain, it...

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