Podiatry Review News

Dermal Fillers for the Feet – a New Old Treatment

  Written by Martin Harvey FPodM PGCert BSc Podiatrist Independent Prescriber   It is frequently said (or it was at least by my dear old Granny) that there is nothing new under the Sun. WhilstRead more

Eight Tips to Help Manage Your Bunions written by Rae Steinbach,

Bunions are lumps that develop on the joint at the base of the big toes. The medical name for bunions is hallux valgus, taken from the scientific name for a person’s big toe and theRead more

IOCP announce Lorisian as a new partner

The Institute of Chiropodists and Podiatrists are delighted to announce Lorisian Laboratories as a preferred partner. Lorisian specialises in offering laboratory tests that measure food-specific IgG antibodies which are sometimes referred to as food intolerances.Read more

Creating a Dementia Friendly Workplace

Creating a Dementia Friendly Workplace   There are around 850,000 people in the UK with dementia, with numbers set to rise to over 1 million by 2025.  Dementia is not an inevitable part of theRead more

Muscle Energy Technique (MET)

INTRODUCTION To understand the rationale behind MET it is first necessary to look at the mechanism that controls muscle tone. Sensory signals enter the cord via the sensory roots. After entering the cord sensory signalsRead more

Podiatry review Winter 2018 cover and spread

Multiple Sclerosis

Loreto Sime BSc (Pod. Med.), M.Inst.Ch.P., BAWMA Lic. Ac., A.I.Y.S. (Dip.Reflex.).   Rationale This should be rationale as in the reasoning behind the article. A lady in her mid-60s who attended my clinic requested acupunctureRead more

It Is A Duty To Care

An article regarding Health and Safety by Karen Cocum-Butler, LLB (Hons), A.Inst.Pa, Assoc Cipd, LLB (Hons) You may be in receipt of the recent document from the HCPC concerning Standards of conduct, performance and ethics,Read more