Issues with Your Feet That You Should Not Ignore

Although your feet bear the brunt of your overall weight, they still tend to be the one of the most neglected body pats. People will typically take their feet for granted until a serious ailment crops up that requires them to pay a visit to a podiatrist. As such, you will typically miss the signs that there is an inset of a problem that needs to be looked into post haste. [Read More]

What you and your podiatrist can do to prevent diabetic foot ulcers

Foot ulcers on diabetics are the most common cause for foot amputation. Although common, foot ulcers should never be left untreated, as the consequences could become severe. To avoid getting a foot ulcer, and thus make sure you won't have to become a subject to amputation, there are precautions you can take. Examine your feet The easiest, and most important, thing you can do to avoid foot ulcers is to carefully examine your own feet every day. [Read More]

Caring For Your Baby's Feet - Professional Advice From Podiatrists

Right from the start, most of us are blessed with healthy feet. However, problems can start to develop in this area of the body for a number of reasons, and often in the early stages of life. Poor foot care, inappropriate footwear and problems in early development are just some of the reasons why podiatrists like McLean & Partners are in such high demand and why their advice is sought out by many parents. [Read More]

Factors to Consider when Planning to open a Podiatric Practice

At one point in your career as a podiatrist, you will likely want to venture out and set up a podiatric practice on your own, even if you have a salaried job. Opening your practice, however, should not be entered into lightly; you must begin planning as early as a year before you intend to open in order to ensure everything is taken care of by opening week. Below is a guide to help you navigate the months prior to opening your doors for business: [Read More]