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In an average lifetime it is estimated that we walk about 100,000 miles, and at Maidenhead Podiatry, our Podiatrists are often asked “how does walking affect your feet?”  Walking helps the ligaments, tendons and muscles in our feet to work more efficiently and helps maintain suppleness and flexibility.  Walking at a brisk pace for regular exercise helps conditionRead More

Have you ever thought of having Semi-Permanent Make Up and wondered what it is all about? We spoke to Paula Aldridge our in-house cosmetic tattoo specialist. How long have you been doing semi-permanent make up? Over ten years now. I trained with Nouveau Contour, a leading company in this field and gained experience while runningRead More

The Podiatrists at Maidenhead Podiatry have put together a number of summer foot-care tips, to help get your feet in shape for the beach or just a summer at home. Trim your toenails for summer – Use proper nail clippers and cut straight across following the contour of the toe, not too short, and not downRead More

Have you ever thought about visiting a Chiropractor but wondered what they do?  We took some time to speak to our Chiropractic team – Rebecca Rees (BSC) and Dr Lucy Steel (BSc, MSc, DC) to find out a bit more about what they do, how they could help you and about a typical days work,Read More

Snap-shots from the history of footwear The Ancient Egyptians used to paint the picture of their enemy on the sole of their shoe so that they stamped on them when they walked. Today in parts of the Middle East, throwing your shoe at someone is considered a gross insult. The Romans are thought to haveRead More