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    • Flip Flops injure 200,000 a year costing the NHS £20 million

      August 2, 2010
    • Daily Mail report that Flip Flops are no good for your feet! Well, no surprise there then! For those of you who haven’t had a chance to read the piece in the Daily Mail by Sophie Borland last week, let me summarise for you. Flip Flops cost NHS around £40 million a year This is […]

    • Growth in Orthotic use Good News for Orthotic Wearers?

      July 28, 2010
    • Growth in range of people wearing Orthotics A report published by Biz Acumen states that there’s an increasingly diverse range of people who are wearing orthotics to compensate for wide-ranging health problems. The report summary states that the following groups are amongst the most common who wear orthotic inserts: People who suffer from osteoarthritis, or […]

    • Advice for Bunion Sufferers

      July 22, 2010
    • Badly fitting shoes and High Heels are not solely to blame for Bunions It’s official, wearing high heels is no longer solely to blame for the groaning misery of bunions…Yeh! It’s all your families fault for passing down defective bunion genes. I am over simplifying here but in a press release issued by the Society […]

    • Top World Cup Injury – Metatarsal Fracture

      July 13, 2010
    • Ok so it’s all over, we won’t say anything about England’s performance – we had a week of football mourning in our house before we could bring ourselves to watch another match in a tournament that we would no longer be in. We adopted Holland and Spain so were pleased with the Final and thought […]

    • Bionic Feet for Cat

    • Ok, so I know that this is not about human feet or shoes but I thought that if you hadn’t had a chance to see footage,(parden the pun) about Oscar the amputee cat then you really should. Oscar the Cat Now has two prosthetic limbs and can walk again thanks to UK Vet Take a […]

    • Footballers Feet and World Cup Facts

      June 25, 2010
    • Well the boys in my house are certainly getting excited about the pending England – Germany Match on Sunday and I must say that it is hard not to get excited about the prospect of making it through to those all important quarter finals. It did get me thinking about what kind of state the […]

    • CheerfulSoles Shoes on display for Podiatrists

      June 10, 2010
    • CheerfulSoles shoes will be on display for Podiatrists at the Annual Britpods Conference this weekend We were really pleased to be asked to supply some of our stylish shoes so that podiatrists can see that comfort really can be stylish. We met Podiatrist Helen Branthwaite at the annual conference for Chropodists and Podiatrists in Harrogate […]

    • New! Paul Green Shoes available at CheerfulSoles

      May 25, 2010
    • We are really excited to tell you that we have introduced a new brand into the CheerfulSoles family.        Paul Green, quick overview Paul Green shoes are a balance of attractive design and comfortable fit. Paul Green was founded on the notion that a shoe is not a shoe unless it meets the […]

    • Home Pedicures, are they worth the effort?

      May 11, 2010
    • OK, so we know that summer is around the corner and if you haven’t already then it really is time to start thinking about getting your feet looking somewhere half decent. I put my sandals on this week for the school run and was rather embarassed by the cracked heels and chipped toe nail polish […]

    • Alegria Classic Clog Review

      April 28, 2010
    • The Alegria Clog £81: Reviewed by Jo, CheerfulSoles More about the shoe We were first introduced to Alegria in September 2009. We instantly loved their unique style and knew that you would too. Even better than how they look is the comfort concept behind them. All styles have a mild rocker sole which is meant […]