News

What is involved in Sports Podiatry?

Ron McCullouch recently published an article in Podiatry Now. If you are interested in the role of a sports podiatrist or how technology is used when assessing and managing patients ...

continue reading >
ASICS KAYANO 26 vs ASICS METARIDE

The London Podiatry Centre continues to objectively assess the effects of shoes on patient performance and injury. In this test the ASICS Metaride was compared to the well-established ASICS Kayano. ...

continue reading >
Barefoot shoes

Should I wear barefoot running shoes? Barefoot shoe technology continues to be popular with some runners and our Centre is often asked about such shoes. There is no doubt that ...

continue reading >
ASICS METARIDE

The Asics team are trying to innovate in a market that is near saturated with knit uppers and carbon plates. The MetaRide achieves a unique ride with its Guidesole- Asics’ ...

continue reading >
HOW TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR FEET BEFORE A MARATHON

We recently worked with Champneys and put together some information about how to keep your feet healthy before and after a marathon. If you want to know more, check out ...

continue reading >
GAIT UK HELP DOTTY FISH OBJECTIVELY TEST THEIR CHILDRENS SHOES

Check out the video at: https://www.dottyfish.com/podiatry-tested/For more information on their range of Children's footwear: https://www.dottyfish.com/

continue reading >
Blisters & Nail Injuries in Runners

See the blog from our Podiatry team for help and advice with keeping blisters at bay and toenails in trim in your preparation for and lead up to The London ...

continue reading >
I have been told that I abnormally pronate. What does that actually mean?

Patients may be told by running shops or medical practitioners that they abnormally pronate but what does this actually mean? Put simply, the foot has the ability to change from ...

continue reading >
How can Gait Analysis help to decide whether a leg length difference should be treated or not?

The London Podiatry Centre uses a number of criteria to decide whether a length difference should be treated. The decision depends in part on the specific condition or whether there ...

continue reading >
Rugby League or Rugby?

The Rugby League World Cup is coming up in late October 2017. Although there are similarities between Union and League, these two sports are very different in many ways when ...

continue reading >
Cycling Analysis

Competitive cycling seems to be all over our TV screens, what with the Tour De France and the upcoming UCI Road World cycling champs coming up in Bergen. However, we ...

continue reading >
GAIT ANALYSIS UK uses high resolution ultrasound to accurately measure leg length differences.

The London Podiatry Centre knows that leg length differences can cause a range of potential injuries but that they are also very difficult to measure accurately. Problems arise because most ...

continue reading >
The team from GAIT ANALYSIS UK provides expert analysis for this soon to air TV documentary

What did you do at work today? Well, we got to reproduce the gait of a famous historical figure who in theory ‘walked’ in our gait lab! What an interesting ...

continue reading >
What Tennis shoe is best for me?

The 2017 US Open got off to a fine start yesterday and although Jo Konta has been knocked out there are still many reasons to continue to watch! One woman ...

continue reading >
Review of MBT Zee Rocker shoe

Our Centre has recently reviewed a new rocker concept shoe by MBT called the Zee. Our initial findings would suggest that the shoe is suitable and potentially helpful for patients ...

continue reading >
How to prevent numb feet?

The most common cause of foot numbness is improperly fitting shoes. Check the size guide for sizing and if you're between sizes go for the next size up. This is ...

continue reading >
What are cycling shoes?

You can ride your bike in trainers, however, nothing beats a pair of proper cycling shoes in terms of comfort and performance. With so many types on the market, we've ...

continue reading >
Scientific proof clothes really CAN damage your health... Daily Mail Article

From pencil skirts that strain muscles to jeans that cause arthritic knees According to the British Chiropractic Association, many clothes cause muscular pain, and have a long-term effect on posture, ...

continue reading >