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A Day In The Life Of A Podiatry Assistant

I have been qualified as a podiatry assistant for five years and work within Randell's Footcare. There are three podiatry assistants in the practice. The practice has seven clinics in Norfolk and I am based at two of these clinics. I also do domiciliary visits for...

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Flat Feet In Children

Children with flat feet: do they require treatment? In the past few years of practice, numerous parents have visited the clinic to enquire if it is necessary to treat a child for flat feet. Obviously they are concerned for the welfare and well-being of their children,...

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Acupuncture

A specialist podiatry acupuncture service in Norfolk, as an effective treatment for pain relevant to podiatry practice, such as chronic pain associated with peripheral neuropathy (nerve damage), rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, and joint, muscle, tendon, or ligament pain secondary to biomechanical issues. read more

It’s Official!

It was time earlier this year to re-apply for our accreditation with the  Society of Podiatrists and Chiropodists.  For the staff here at Randell's, this is just the end result of an ongoing process, whereby we ensure that all of our premises are maintained at the...

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Team Work

Team work also helps keep our mental abilities fresh and we all meet every few weeks to discuss treatments and how we can offer a better service. read more

Give it Some Sole Man

Many times we hear of people falling and fracturing their hip, what would you think if I said in a lot of instances the hip breaks first and then you fall? read more

Fill in the Hollows

Mr Hawes always had a different approach to other lecturers with his long service in Podiatry. He often taught things which were never in a book. read more

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