LET ME TAKE CARE OF YOUR FEET
Welcome to the website of Chiropody Practice Footworks in Hilversum!
WHY GOING TO A CHIROPODIST?
Our feet … for most people, who do not have a problem with their feet, this is the part of the body which receives tleast attention and money. While we dance, run and walk with our feet and cover on average as much as three times around the earth.
Did you know:
- 9 out of 10 people have had foot complaints at least once before their 30th birthday?
- 1 in 3 people aged 65+ has foot complaints?
- 87% of all people get foot complaints?
- 91% of school children have problems with their shoes or feet?
Many of these complaints can be prevented or alleviated by a regular visit to a professional chiropodist or pedicure.
A pedicure treatment is much more than “a luxury” or “only for women”. Pedicure comes from the Latin words “pes” (foot) and “cura” (care) and a pedicure can teach you how to properly care for your feet and how to prevent problems.
In addition, a chiropodist is able to identify at an early stage any abnormalities that might cause later problems. Similar to the six months check at your dentist or dental hygienist.
I advise all my clients to have a foot check performed at least once a year… because why should your feet receive less attention than your teeth?
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+31 (0) 636 008 009
Are you going to buy new shoes?
Then go out in the afternoon!
Your feet swell during the day, so shoes that you buy in the morning will feel tight and uncomfortable in the afternoon. The difference may easily between a half to a full size!
Have your feet measured regularly by your chiropodist or in the shoeshop and let them do so while you’re standing up straight.
Try on both shoes and make sure you fit both shoes. Most people have one foot that is slightly larger than the other. Always buy shoes that fit the largest foot.
And if your second toe is longer than your big toe (Morton’s toe), make sure that also that toe has enough space in the shoe.