The Information contained on this website has been correlated by the professional practitioners at Body Consultancy to inform you of the services we provide and the conditions we treat.
This information is based on the latest scientific research and gives us the most accurate picture in regard to our scope of practice within the clinic. In no clinical case can we at Body Consultancy guarantee a successful outcome. The prognosis for any clinical presentation of a patient depends on too many variables to guarantee success.
We do not treat complaints where there is no scientific evidence that our treatment modalities taken individually or as a whole programme may be successful.
Lastly, please refer to the references below for further information:
- The Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists (2010) A guide to the benefits of podiatry to patient care. Available from:http://www.scpod.org/easysiteweb/getresource.axd?assetid=26369&type=0&servicetype=1
- National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (2004) Type 2 diabetes foot problems: Prevention and management of foot problems. CG10
- Nowacki RM, Air ME and Reitveld AB (2013) Use and effectiveness of orthotics in hyperpronated dancers. Journal of dance medicine and science. 17(1): 3-10.
- Harradine P, Bevan L and Carter N (2006) An overview of podiatric biomechanics theory and its relation to selected gait dysfunction. Physiotherapy. 92(2): 122-127.
- Harradine PD and Bevan LS (2000) The effect of rearfoot eversion on maximal hallux dorsiflexion. A preliminary study. Journal of The American Podiatric Medical Association. 90(8): 390-393.
- Rijken PM, Dekker J, Lankhorst GJ, Dekker E, Bakker K, Dooren J and Rauwerda JA (1999) Podiatric care for diabetic patients with foot problems: an observational study. International journal of rehabilitation research. 22(3): 181-8.
- Wu SC, Driver VR, Wrobel JS and Armstrong DG (2007) Foot ulcers in the diabetic patient, prevention and treatment. Vascular health and risk management. 3(1): 65-76.