It’s time to learn to love your feet!
Around 14 MILLION people in the UK alone suffer from bunions (hallux valgus)
This includes 10 MILLION women – 38% of women over 30
With more than 75% of bunion sufferers embarrassed by their feet*, National Bunion Day (NBD) has been established by innovative footwear company Sole Bliss to remove the stigma surrounding bunions and to raise awareness of the problem. Offering practical advice and information for living comfortably with the condition, the next National Bunion Day is on Thursday 24th September 2020.
A panel of foot and shoe experts are here to provide information about caring for your bunions – whatever their size or severity. (Click here to read more)
*Survey conducted by Sole Bliss with 525 female respondents
Get involved with National Bunion Day:
Join us and use your voice to make a difference - Let’s remove the stigma!
Find your nearest podiatrist (Click Here) registered with the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists (SCP)
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MEET THE EXPERTS
Dr Dawn Harper
Dr Dawn Harper MBBS MRCP DCH DFFP is one of the UK’s most prominent media medics, best-known for her work on ‘Embarrassing Bodies’ and ‘Born Naughty?’. In addition to working as both an NHS doctor in Gloucestershire and a private doctor on Harley Street, Dawn has published ten ‘Dr Dawn’s Guide to…’ books.
Lisa Kay is the expert shoe designer behind footwear brand Sole Bliss, Stylish Shoes for Ladies with Bunions. With over 30 years experience in the footwear industry, Lisa spent 5 years researching and developing Sole Bliss to provide the UK’s 10 million female bunion sufferers with footwear which is supremely comfortable, whilst retaining the fashionable styles she is known for.
Jill Ferrari PhD, BSc (Hons) has worked as a podiatrist in NHS and private practice since 1988. She is a senior lecturer at UEL teaching on the only undergraduate podiatry degree course in London. Jill specialises in foot mechanics with an interest in paediatric foot conditions, working in Enfield and with the rheumatology team at Great Ormond Street Hospital.