Do you know what can happen to you if you happen to fall in the home let’s just say?
All because you was wearing inappropriate footwear in the home.
A broken Hip
A fracture of the back
Cuts and bruises on the body.
Broken/fractured bones in the feet
Just to name a few.
All these can have devastating consequences as well as the massive inconvenience.
Take the time to look at what you are wearing indoors carefully.
If you are not sure then seek advice from a Professional.
Falls and Feet
Every year a large percentage of people will fall with potentially devastating consequences.
Many will say it “just happened.”
Often it will be due to:
Arthritis in the feet.
Stiffness in the feet.
Toe nail problems, even as simple as toe nails being too long
Inappropriate, ill-fitting or loose footwear.
Would you buy spectacles without an eye test?
So why buy shoes without a foot scan?
Do you know your foot type?
Do you know your arch type?
Do ypu really know your foot size?
These are important facts that will determine which shoes would be best suited to keeping you walking in comfort all day long.
Why not book in for a complimentary footscan and foot assessment.
These are not just any socks
The healthiest socks that you will ever wear.
Aetrex Copper Socks
Aetrex Socks, with Copper Sole™ Technology are
- Unsurpassed in comfort, performance, and protection.
- Clinically proven to help prevent bacteria, fungi, and odour.
- Improve skin texture and appearance.
Copper ions, embedded in the yarn and guaranteed to last for the life of the sock, provide superior protection and eliminate 99.9% of bacteria, fungi and odours commonly found in feet.
Read the amazing story of
how Copper Socks helped trapped
Chilean Miners, and remarkably
improved their skin conditions.
Don’t hide your feet this Summer, Pull off those socks
Think simple pleasures, warm sand between your toes and grass under your feet.
Do you suffer from...
- foot odour?
- Corns and calluses?
- Cracked heels?
- Fungal infections?
- Unsightly toe nails or ingrown toenails?
Don’t be embarrassed!
We are here to help with sports injuries, diabetes, back, hip and leg pain, arthritis,
Help with feet at work and in pregnancy and yes, embarrassing feet.
It is annual feet for life month
This year you are being encouraged to become more"foot aware" and not to be embarrassed of your feet.t fit for life.
Are you embarrassed of your bunions?
Do you have wide feet?
Do you have difficulty finding shoes that are comfortable?
Do have difficulty finding shoes that look good?
Do you have difficulty finding sandals?
Do you have painful bunions?
Let us help you.
This year for falls awareness week, the theme is healthy feet.
It is estimated that 1 in 3 people aged over 65 fall each year.
The consequences can be devastating.
Accidents can happen so easily, but many falls can be avoided by wearing correctly fitted, supportive footwear around the home. It's natural to want the comfort, warmth and easy access of slippers. Most falls that older people experience however happen within the home and such falls are often due to poorly fitting footwear, with little or no support.
It's not just women who feel ashamed of thick and unsightly toe nails! many men do too!
Fungal infection, injury and the effects of poor health can cause nails to become unsighlty. When we decide to take a well deserved holiday in the sun, on the beach....what is it that we want to do?.....yes.....expose our feet....but many men wont because they feel self- conscious of their toe nails.
We have carried out many gel nail repair and reconstructions for men going on holiday. THE RESULT: A more enjoyable holiday!
So come on men, dont be shy....let us improve how your nails look and no more hiding your feet!
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