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Foot hygiene; How to Avoid the Dreaded ‘Toe Jam’
Hi there! Emily here from Hunter Podiatry Services checkin in to give you the do’s and don’ts of foot hygiene. Having healthy toe spaces is something we all take for granted- until something goes wrong! Toe jam; gross, but what actually is it? Toe jam is a non-medical term for debris in between the toes. It is usually made up…
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Chillblains- What is it and how to dodge it this winter
Now that the cooler weather has settled in, we tend to rug up in trackies, Ugg boots, slippers and turn the heater on to keep our bodies warm and cosy. During winter, our feet are often the first parts of our body to feel the cold and it’s natural to want to warm them up as fast as possible. But…
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Our new Salamander Bay Clinic!
Hunter Podiatry is excited to introduce our New Salamander Bay clinic! Some words from the previous owner and colleague of ours, Lesley Corder; To my dear patients, I have enjoyed the past 5 years and thank everyone for the overwhelming and continued support. I have made the decision to leave the business to begin the next phase of my life…
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Around the grounds with professional sporting injuries…part 2
Howdy folks, Luke from Hunter Podiatry here talking NRL injuries. I have covered some injuries we often see in our clinics a few weeks ago, but I’ve decided to talk about some less common injuries in this blog. If you’re an NRL fan you may have already heard around the office about some of these injuries, but I’ll take some…
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