“How to stay healthier on your feet this lockdown?”
Last year, we saw too many people struggle with foot problems after the lockdown because of delayed care. This time, we want to do better to get on top of your foot health while keeping you safe.
Every lockdown, there are more people walking and running on the road to stay active. We know how important it is to stay fit and healthy on the feet during the lockdown.
As your trusted foot health provider, we are here to assist the wider community through this developing COVID-19 pandemic. Our mission is to help everyone healthy on their feet during this time.
Stay Healthier on Your Feet
WE REMAIN OPEN as essential care, while taking in a limited number of appointments each day, and strictly following all the Health & Safety Guidelines recommended by NSW Health
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We’re here to help with any foot and leg problems!
CLICK HERE If you have any concerns or problems related to your foot and leg health, or simply reply to this email and I will be in touch with you personally. Do not forget to stay healthier on your feet this lockdown.
Yours in Health,
The Footwork Clinic, situated in Chatswood on Sydney’s North Shore and Sydney CBD, is there to help should you have an injury or condition that you think would benefit from heat or ice treatment. They offer advanced manual therapies and a holistic and corrective care approach, with a proven track record of success in resolving acute and chronic conditions, and they will gladly offer advice to get you on the road to recovery as soon as possible.
For further information, visit the The Footwork Clinic – Leading Sports, Podiatry, Foot And Lower Limb Corrective Services to book online, or call Mark Lin or his friendly team on +61 2 9131 6891.
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The information contained in this guide is provided in good faith and is not intended to be nor is it to be used as a substitute for any sort of professional, medical or podiatric advice. An accurate diagnosis can only be made following personal consultation with a podiatrist. Any users should always seek the advice of their podiatrist, or other qualified healthcare providers before commencing any treatment.
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