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    About Us

    During an average lifetime, each person walks about 115,000 miles and three-quarters of people have foot problems at some point in their lives.
    Foot problems can arise from wearing ill-fitting shoes, from general wear and tear, as a result of injury, or as a complication of disease. People with diabetes mellitus or circulatory diseases are 20 times more likely to have foot problems than the general public.
    Podiatrists are doctors who specialize in treating the foot and ankle. Other doctors who have experience with foot problems are family physicians, orthopedists, sports medicine specialists, and those who care for diabetics. Problems with the feet include foot pain, joint inflammation, plantar warts, fungal infections (like athlete's foot), nerve disorders, torn ligaments, broken bones, bacterial infections, and tissue injuries (like frostbite).


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  •  Evaluations of Footcare (1):
    • Steve

      I visited Jayne at the Donegal Foot clinic in Bundoran after a serious leg injury and after consultation with my orthopedic surgeon.
      At the time, surgery appeared to be the only real future but after fitting custom orthopedics in my shoes I have alleviated the symptoms to a large degree. I am very grateful for that as the pain suffered was substantial. A very professional practice and I recommend 100% without hesitation.



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