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Noelene Davey, a London-based physiotherapist who works in both the public and private sectors says it’s taken a long time for the foot and ankle to be seen as equivalent (to the hand)

Noelene Davey, a London-based physiotherapist, says that if foot problems are allowed to fester, they can affect mobility and this can have an impact on weight control or a reduction in cardiovascular health

Source  Courtesy of Noelene Davey