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  • Leg Length and Orthotic treatment

    By Isela on March 7, 2019
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    Orthotics for leg length discrepancy   These smart in-shoe devices play an essential part in helping you get back on your feet and doing the activities you love. Orthotics are special insoles that aid and correct foot function. orthotics are especially useful to treat leg length discrepancy and any associated biomechanical problems.   We can help you by providing the […]
  • Leg length discrepancy

    By Isela on March 7, 2019
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    What is Leg length discrepancy?   Having one leg shorter than the other you may be surprised to read, is quite a common feature in many of us!  However it often goes completely unnoticed and doesn’t cause a problem unless the difference is quite significant usually more than 1 cm. Differences in length can be structural in origin, for example […]
  • Ingrown Toenails

    By Isela on March 7, 2019
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    Ingrown toenails   This is when the toenail grows into the skin surrounding the nail.  It is a very common problem which can occur at any age but tends to occur more commonly in children and young adults…. As if teenagers don’t have enough to deal with!!   The cause is very often due to poor nail cutting.  Cutting down […]
  • Charlie Young in Podiatry Media

    By admin on March 28, 2014
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    We are very pleased to say that Charlie Young has had an article published in Podiatry Now magazine, the monthly podiatry profession magazine of the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists. You can read more by downloading the PDF below…  
  • Mels Milers Christs Hospital 10k Run- Don’t forget the clocks are changing

    By admin on March 25, 2014
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    We have sponsored Mel’s Milers Christs Hospital 10k run in the past … Nobody asked us to this year… 🙂 We’d like to wish  all our patients who are running this Sunday the 30th of March, an enjoyable run. Don’t forget that the clocks change (spring forward) the night before!  No point getting there too early.
  • Jon Collins one of our podiatrists moves away

    By admin on March 21, 2014
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    Jon has been caring for patients at both Horsham and Henfield for over three years. His expert care and unique sense of humour have made him very popular amongst his patients and the rest of the staff. We will miss his special brand of jokes at our lunchtime meetings. Charles, Gary, Mo, Charlie and Saddaf continue to care for the […]
  • Fascinating BBC program about foot anatomy

    By admin on February 27, 2014
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    This is a BBC 4 program in which a human leg and foot are dissected. We are very pleased that foot anatomy is being discussed like this. As the iPlayer explains viewer discretion is advised as there are scenes of medical dissection. BBC description: “In a purpose-built dissection lab, Dr George McGavin is joined by leading anatomy experts to dissect […]
  • Keith the Giraffe SOLD on Ebay for charity Ark Horsham!!!

    By admin on January 24, 2014
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    We are very pleased to announce that a very kind Ebayer has bought Keith for £143.00… A new home for Keith and much needed funds for The Ark Horsham.  
  • Horsham Giraffe Trail… Giraffes need foot care too!

    By admin on October 14, 2013
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    Bartholomew Way Clinic are pleased to be involved in the Horsham Giraffe Trail. Our giraffe “Keith” is being decorated by our designated charity “The Ark Horsham“. Ark’s mission is to provide a service offering support, guidance and mentoring for those disadvantaged by life controlling issues such as substance misuse, poverty, repeat offending and homelessness. The staff and clients at the […]
  • Healthy Bones of the Feet

    By admin on October 9, 2013
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    Our feet are complex but flexible structures composed of bones, joints, muscle and soft tissues including ligaments and tendons. The largest bone in the foot, the heel bone or calcaneus is saddled by the talus that meets with the tibia (or shin bone) to make the ankle joint. Forward of these two bones are a collection of approximately cube shaped […]