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Foot health trends

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Cupcake, Mar 19, 2014.

  1. Cupcake

    Cupcake Welcome New Poster


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    Hi,
    I wonder if any podiatrists out there have noticed any particular trends within foot health over the last year or so.
    I've had more chilblains this winter on younger women, and wondered if anybody else has noticed any particular changes/trends with their patients.
     
  2. Mike Plank

    Mike Plank Active Member

    Hi Cupcake and welcome to the arena!

    I have had a few chilblains on patients this year but not as many as the very cold winter of 2012-13. I often find inadequate footwear is the problem in many cases. Also walking barefoot on cold hard floors (the trend of no carpets). I blame IKEA!
     
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