Pregnancy and foot care

Pregnancy and foot care

During pregnancy a woman’s body goes through many stages of changing and adapting in order to protect an unborn baby as well as prepare the mother’s body for labour. Sometimes these changes can cause discomfort and pain for the mum-to-be. Our feet and ankles can also...
Diabetes and foot care in the summer

Diabetes and foot care in the summer

Diabetes mellitus is a condition that affects about 10% of the population. High blood sugar levels can affect the nerves in the feet, causing neuropathy – loss of protective sensation, as well as a reduction in the blood supply to the feet. A vital part in...
Dancing and foot care

Dancing and foot care

 “Dancing is like dreaming with your feet!”  – Constanze Mozart Dancing is an amazing form of art. By dancing, you can express yourself in whatever way possible. Dancing can take many forms, from traditional dancing which has been taught from generation to...
Footcare

Footcare

Our feet take an average of 10.000 steps daily, therefore it is important to take good care of them. One of the main problems we face every day is the formation of corns and calluses. These are areas of hard skin that are caused by increased pressure and friction....
Special Olympics

Special Olympics

Special Olympics Foot forward was present in Athens during the Special Olympics. Diamanto Maliotou – Papasavva represented the FIP, International Federation of the Podiatrists as a member of the executive board. Foot forward was present in Athens during the Special...