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Laser Therapy

6th February 2017

    Use of Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) offers non-invasive, drug-free optimising of the body’s natural healing processes, making it a very useful tool when managing tears, sprains, strains and tendinopathies. We make regular use of LLLT within both our Physiotherapy & Podiatry services with very effective results. Laser Therapy is also useful for […]

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Massage Therapy now available

18th January 2017

We are pleased to welcome Lauren to our team. She is a highly qualified Sports & Massage Therapist and will be offering 3 types of massage. Deep tissue massage is ideal for releasing tight muscle groups and improving your range of movement. Sports massage reduces the tension that builds up in your muscles when you […]

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New podiatry team members

15th November 2016

  We are very pleased to welcome our new Podiatrists Kate and Rachel to the podiatry team. Kate Sheldon joins us from a private clinic in South Cheshire and has experience of elder care and clients with dementia. She specialises in Wilde Pedique LCN toenail reconstruction. Rachel Vernon joins us from Sheffield NHS trust and […]

Toenail Reconstruction

Toenail Reconstruction

31st October 2016

We are now offering Toenail reconstruction here at Northwich Foot Clinic & Physio. LCN Wilde-Pedique is a highly effective toenail correction system, comprising an extremely elastic UV nail gel that adapts to the movements of the toe. It’s unique adhesive properties mean that good results can be achieved, even on thick layers of skin where […]

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Simple exercises to prevent back pain

30th May 2016

Our back is an amazing but complex structure. It relies on the strength of muscles around the spine but also in our abdomen to keep it strong. Doing simple exercises regularly can protect your spine and keep it free from pain. A full set of these exercises should only take around 10-15 minutes. Top Tips […]

Athletes Foot Fungal Infection

15th May 2016

Fungal infections tend to occur in warm moist skin so as the weather gets warmer and we are still in closed shoes it can be a problem. Feet get hot during sports and fungal spores can be caught from changing room floors which is why it is called athletes foot. Although we are all at […]

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Heel pain / Plantar Fasciitis

9th May 2016

Plantar fasciitis is a painful condition affecting the heel. It is now referred to as Plantar Heel Pain. Often caused by repeated pounding of the heel on a hard surface or a sudden twist of the heel on an uneven surface.