Tina Allton

Tina Allton

Visit our clinics in London and Surrey. / I am Co-director of the multi award winning Circle Podiatry. We help people become aware of the importance of good foot health, paticularly if Diabetic.
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Sports injuries and related orthopedic conditions are common. These may result from disease such as arthritis or traumatic injury to the bones, muscles and joints anywhere in the body. They may occur in the upper extremities – neck, shoulders, elbows, wrists, hands or fingers. They may also occur in the lower extremities including hips, knees, ankles, feet and toes.

Sports injuries and related orthopedic conditions are common. These may result from disease such as arthritis or traumatic injury to the bones, muscles and joints anywhere in the body. They may occur in the upper extremities – neck, shoulders, elbows, wrists, hands or fingers. They may also occur in the lower extremities including hips, knees, ankles, feet and toes.

Ingrown toenails are very common and can cause pain and infection.  For many people the condition keeps coming back and a permanent solution is desired.  Dr. Marc Katz, a Tampa foot doctor at Advanced Podiatry, educates you about permanent options to treat your ingrown toenails.  If you suffer from ingrown toenails, call the doctors at Advanced ...

Ingrown Toenail Permanent Treatments from a Tampa Podiatrist

Trench Foot - A Common Ailment of Hikers - The main rule is to never tolerate cold, wet feet. This starts with planning your activity and choosing appropriate footwear. Boots and shoes should fit well (and not squeeze the feet), insulate for the cold, and keep socks dry. Because any boot can become saturated if conditions are wet enough, consider using vapor barrier socks for your dampest slogs. Or, you can improvise these by using plastic bags to line your boots.

If you've studied history, you've likely heard of trench foot before. Trench foot was a common condition soldiers during WWI developed du.

Athlete's foot  A fungal infection of the foot that produces cracked, sore, itchy skin between the toes.Athlete's foot, also called tinea pedis, is a common, persistent fungal infection of the feet that particularly affects the skin between the toes. The condition can be caused by several types of fungi that thrive in warm, humid conditions. A foot inside a shoe is the perfect place for the fungus.Check out at:http://www.womenfitness.net/beauty/handfeet/athlete_foot.htm

7 Exercises for Fit Feet. The muscle groups of your two feet make up 25 percent of the bodys muscles. Foot strength directly influences proper foot mechanics, gait patterns, ankle stabilization, and whole-body balance. - Pins For Your Health

"Flat Feet" Aka: Pes Planus, Pes Planovalgus, or Over Pronated foot type. Quite common, has many different causes, and can cause many things later in life.  See a Podiatrist for insoles.

"Flat Feet" Aka: Pes Planus, Pes Planovalgus, or Over Pronated foot type. Quite common, has many different causes, and can cause many things later in life. See a Podiatrist for insoles.

Dr. Bryan Bullard treats common foot and ankle conditions

Bryan Bullard treats common foot and ankle conditions

What Is Athlete’s Foot: Causes, Symptoms, Treatment and Prevention?  The U.S National Library of Medicine, National Institute of Health defines athlete’s foot, (medically known as tinea pedis), as a contagious fungal infection that affects the feet. This condition is relatively common and is characterized by an itchy red rash which appears in the spaces between the toes, according to the National Health Services, U.K.

Athlete’s foot is a common fungal infection that thrives in moist conditions. Learn all about the causes, symptoms, treatment options and prevention tips of athlete’s foot.

Plantar fasciitis is a condition causing heel pain. Supporting the arch, the plantar fascia, a thick band of tissue connecting the heel to the ball of the foot, can become inflamed or can tear. You experience pain when you put weight on your foot—particularly when taking your first steps in the morning. The pain can be felt at the heel, or along the arch and the ball of the foot.

Plantar fasciitis is a condition causing heel pain. Supporting the arch, the plantar fascia, a thick band of tissue connecting the heel to the ball of the foot,