Winter Feet; Chilblains

The temperature is dropping. It is more than likely the flip flops/sandals are being stored away for the winter. For many people this means your feet spend a lot more time in socks, slippers. With changes to footwear, which can lead to some common symptoms that we see in clinic.

Winter months also see an increase in fungal nail infections spreading and chilblains developing. Our team can offer you expert advice on how to manage and treat these conditions.