We know that people with Diabetes should have their feet checked and tested at least once per year by a Podiatrist. The Podiatrist will assess your blood flow and nerve function and allocate you a ‘risk status’. High, Moderate or Low Risk. Low Risk Status often means that your blood flow and nerve function are […]
Foot melanoma is a type of skin cancer that affects the feet. It can appear anywhere on the foot, including the sole or under a nail. It starts in a skin cell called a melanocyte. These cells are located in the uppermost layer of the skin. They are responsible for producing melanin, a dark pigment […]
Not in an email, not on Twitter or Facebook, but really: laugh out loud. Whether you like watching Family Guy or Seinfeld reruns, if it gets you chuckling, it’s good for your heart. Research from the University of Maryland Medical Centre shows that laughter helps relieve the stress that damages the endothelium, the tissue that […]
Studies show that going outside each day has massive health benefits. Improving your short term memory, reduce stress, restore mental energy, improve concentration & increase vitamin D. So, what are you waiting for? Get Outside!
This stretch is easy and effective for children; 1. Bring the toes up towards the calf. (The opposite of pointing your toes.) 2. Hold the stretch for 10 seconds, relax and repeat 5 times each foot.
It can relieve stress, boost your immune function, ease pain, burn calories, and improve your mood. To bring more laughter in your life, indulge in funny activities such as watching funny movies, being with funny people, and spend time with kids!
If their wagging tail and heart-warming company wasn’t enough to encourage you to get a dog, take heed of research that shows canines actually keep us healthier and help us live longer — no matter how old you are.
Introducing our lovely reception staff Jasmine Jordan and Darelle Fuller! We are very lucky to have such efficient, friendly and accommodating staff at the front desk.
Exercise releases feel-good endorphins and it’s a hard feeling to beat. Twenty minutes of exercise a day or three to four hours per week is what you should be aiming for at the very least. If you’re in an exercise slump, consider ways to change your routine around. Find a fit buddy to motivate you […]