Routine Foot Care

Welcome to Step Right Clinic, where we prioritize your foot health and well-being. As a Foot Health Practitioner Step Right Foot Clinics in New Ross and Waterford, I am here to shed light on the vital importance of routine foot care. Your feet are the foundation of your body, carrying you through every step of […]

Banishing Verrucae / Plantar Warts: Step Right Clinic’s Guide to Clear Skin

Hey there, lovely readers! Welcome back to the Step Right Clinic blog, your go-to destination for all things foot-related. Today, we’re going to delve into the world of verrucae also known as plantar warts. These pesky skin growths can be a real pain! We’ll discuss their appearance, how they affect us, their prevalence in Ireland […]

What are Warts?

Warts are small, non-cancerous growths that occur on the skin. They are caused by a type of human papillomavirus (HPV) and can appear anywhere on the body. Warts have a rough, raised surface and can be single or multiple in number. They are classified based on their location and appearance, with common types including plantar […]

Say Goodbye to Fungal Nail Infections

Get Your Feet Summer-Ready with Our Revolutionary Treatment Summer is just around the corner, and it’s time to get your feet ready for sandals, flip-flops, and sun-soaked days. Unfortunately, for many people, fungal nail infections can make it difficult to enjoy these activities without feeling self-conscious about their yellow, discoloured nails. But don’t worry, at […]

Unveiling the Painful Truth: Conquering Ingrown Toenails

Welcome, dear readers, to the Step Right Foot Clinic blog, where we dedicate ourselves to enhancing your foot health and overall well-being. Today, we delve into a common foot ailment that can wreak havoc on our daily lives: ingrown toenails. As a Foot Health Practitioner, I, Ruth, am passionate about sharing knowledge and empowering individuals […]

Athlete’s Foot: A Common Foot Condition That Needs to Be Addressed

Athlete’s foot is a common condition that affects millions of people around the world. It is a fungal infection that occurs on the feet, usually between the toes, and is caused by a type of fungus called dermatophytes. This condition is also known as tinea pedis and is prevalent in Ireland and the UK, where […]