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Heel Pain In Children

Heel Pain In Children

Heel pain in children Heel pain in children is not uncommon. In fact, children whether involved in competitive sports or not can find themselves with heel pain. Sometimes ignoring symptoms can lead to other lower limb injuries, so it is best to see your Podiatrist if...

Sweaty Feet

Sweaty Feet

Plantar Hyperhidrosis also known as Sweaty Feet is a disorder that causes excessive sweating that is not caused by heat or exercise. It can hinder your daily activities and greatly impact your life depending on its severity. So, what can you do to control sweaty feet...

Orthopedic sandals and how they can help you?

Orthopedic sandals and how they can help you?

Orthopedic sandals and how they can help you? Sandals are quick and easy way to protect the soles of your feet all year round. However, the lack of support in sandals can cause far greater problems to your feet than you may think. That’s why orthopaedic sandals have...

What is Morton’s Neuroma

What is Morton’s Neuroma

What is Morton’s Neuroma? Morton's neuroma is the thickening of tissue around the nerve that connects to your toes. It is commonly found between the third and fourth toes and there are a range of different symptoms. The Symptoms The symptoms related to Morton’s...

What is a Plantar Plate Tear?

What is a Plantar Plate Tear?

The plantar plate is a thick ligament which attaches each metatarsal to the base of the toe bones. This plate is designed to stop the over extension of our toes, however when the plate is overloaded or stained a tear may occur. So, how do we know if we are at risk of...

Blisters: How to prevent and treat them

Blisters: How to prevent and treat them

Blisters are a common issue that occur in the feet due to friction in the shoes or socks rubbing against the skin. They are painful and can affect your walking and daily activities. This is why it is important to know how to prevent blisters and how to treat them...

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