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If you are going on a long walk, prepare well ahead.

  • Take your shoes for a ‘trial walk’ and build up the distance gradually don’t try to complete a long walk in one go .Pace yourself so that you build up your time.
  • It’s also a good idea to pay a visit to your local HCPC-registered podiatrist who will be able to give advice, and treat any existing foot conditions.

A Podiatrist:

  • Will be able to recommend creams that can be applied before and after a walk.
  • Advice regarding socks.
  • Advice regarding the right footwear for you.
  • You may require insoles or orthotics that will help you walk in comfort.
  • You must always seek advice or treatment from a podiatrist as soon as you start to experience any pain with your feet as this can prevent a further bigger problem from occurring that could potentially stop you from walking.

Call today for your free foot scan and to discover your foot type.

Basildon 01268 553653 or Romford 01708728498

The Basildon Practice

38 Byfletts (Off Clayhill Road), Basildon, Essex


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The Romford Practice

2 Surman Terrace, Princes Road off Victoria Rd, Romford, Essex