The Benefits

 

  • A supportive community dedicated to foot health
  • Helping you to understand how foot problems develop
  • Enabling you to love and nurture your feet
  • Sharing stories and connecting people so we can all appreciate how important our feet are
  • Driving change and improving awareness to reduce preventable foot problems

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Your Foot Health

What do your feet say about your health?

Feet are incredible, they are our foundation and yet they are so often neglected. They often mirror our general health so it’s vital that you can recognise problems early and not ignore them. By making expert foot education accessible and understandable we want to change foot care attitudes. We want you to understand how fantastic your feet are and how hard they work for you. Let’s stop being embarrassed and hiding our feet away, feel them, nurture them, value them, they carry you every day!
Join the foot health community, share your foot stories and inspire others to appreciate how important our feet are.

Latest Blogs

Monday blues?
October 12, 2020,
Post by Dr Anders
One thing I find helpful is being outside. Even though the weather is pretty dismal and I have to deal with wet dogs, somehow taking one foot and putting it front of the other, even if it’s in wet mud, can really help lift my mood. In the North of England today we’re bracing ourselves …Read More
Thick Nails?
October 9, 2020,
Post by Dr Anders
Friday Feedback! This rich and deeply nourishing treatment gently and safely softens hard, thick or brittle nails, improves their appearance and makes them easier to cut and manage. It is quickly absorbed to strengthen the nails, condition and improve brittleness.Read More

Latest News

All about paws!
August 26, 2020,
Post by Dr Anders
It’s #InternationalDogDay so I thought we should celebrate our 4 legged friends These two beauties are my babies; Frankie and Lucy! Our beloved pooches have paws come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Some dogs are wide, others are narrow. Some have dew claws, some have hair between their toes, and others have webbed feet. …Read More

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