Foot Care Tips for the Spanish Winter

Spanish Winter Weather

Foot Care Tips for the Spanish Winter  Spanish winter weather embellishes nature with gorgeous landscapes and can provide a host of pleasurable outdoor activities. It can be invigorating to be outside, provided you take certain precautions to protect your feet. During cold and damp weather conditions it is important to keep your feet warm and dry. […]

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Reflexology Therapist Costa del Sol

Reflexology Therapist

Reflexology Therapist Costa del Sol: Karin Nagels at Happy Feet Coin Where does reflexology originate from? Reflexology Therapist is an ancient practice, its origin and history are  challenging to track. However, reflexology is believed to have actually been passed down through an oral tradition, and potentially first recorded as a pictograph on the Egyptian tomb […]

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What is a Nail Fungus?

What is a Nail Fungus? A nail fungus is a very typical problem and can appear on both toenails and fingernails. It is caused by a fungus (a living organism) that flourishes in environments that are dark and moist, such as under and around toenails. Toes are the most likely affected, as they are typically in […]

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Why Your Feet Need the Professional Care of a Chiropodist!

Paying a visit to a chiropodist oror podiatrist who has the competence and ideal instruments can prevent problems in the future. Whilst a number of us work hard to look after ourselves, consuming the best food and undertaking regular workout, the one location that we typically overlook is our feet. Perhaps it’s the fact that […]

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Foot reflexology ‘as efficient as pain killers’

Foot reflexology might be as effective as painkillers, according to a new scientific study. Scientists at the University of Portsmouth have actually found that individuals felt about 40 % less pain, and had the ability to stand the pain for about 45 % longer when they made use of foot reflexology as a technique of […]

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Barefoot Airport Security Checks

Barefoot Airport Security Checks: Having to take your shoes off for security checks is a health hazard. We went to the Malaga airport to find out. “It’s disgusting,” Because we’re not just talking about a little dirt on the floor. “We are talking about warts, plantar warts. We’re talking about athlete’s foot. We’re talking about […]

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Feet Anatomy

Foot Anatomy

Feet Anatomy: Bones, Tendons, and Ligaments… The foot is made up of 26 bones, 33 joints, 107 ligaments, 19 muscles and numerous tendons. Complex biomechanics keep all these parts in the right position and moving together. Given these intricacies, it’s not surprising that most people will experience some problem with their feet at some time in […]

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INGROWN TOE NAIL “BATHROOM SURGERY”

Avoid Bathroom Surgery On Ingrown Toenails. Virtually everyone, at one time or another in their life, has actually experienced an ingrown toe nail. Frequently, this first happens during adolescence, however can happen at any age. The toe nail curves into the skin, triggering soreness, discomfort and irritation. A lot of kids don’t whine up until […]

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Why Foot Reflexology

Tension relief Whether you deal with insomnia, migraine headaches, digestive issues or tiredness, the root of lots of illness can be linked to anxiety. Stress can be caused by our own stressful lifestyle, psychological, ecological or physical elements, it is almost completely inescapable. Tension can be damaging to the mind and body. Under the influence […]

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The difference between a chiropodist and a podiatrist

This Question is been asked a couple of times in my practice, here is the best answer. Chiropodists and podiatrists, deal with the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of the lower limb and are qualified to treat people with arthritis, diabetes, nail surgery and sports injuries. They work with people of all ages but play a […]

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