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Plantar wart home remedies

4 Plantar Wart Home Remedies and What You Need to Know

By - Warts

Plantar wart is a common medical condition of the foot. It is the result of a viral infection caused by the Human PapillomaVirus (HPV). The HPV virus is highly contagious. You can easily get an infection just by walking barefoot in public such as gyms, pools, and locker rooms. If you have the infection, your first option is […]

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onychocryptosis or ingrown toenail

9 Ingrown Toenail Remedies You Can Do at Home

By - Ingrown toenails

Ingrown toenails that are not showing signs of infection can be treated at home. There are ingrown toenail remedies for mild cases that only need simple treatment. Health care professionals do not recommend treating an infected ingrown toenail. Never attempt to lift your ingrown toenail with cotton or dental floss. This could only introduce bacteria into […]

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Foot Condition - Tendonitis

Joint Pains? It Could be Tendonitis

By - Tendonitis

Are you experiencing pain in your elbow, shoulder, knee, or foot? Does it intensify when you do your usual day-to-day activities? You might be suffering from tendonitis. But before we dive into this condition, let us first understand what tendons are. What are Tendons? Tendons are fibrous, connective tissues that bind a muscle to a […]

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Keeping You Active

Keeping You Active Podcast

By - Videos

The quality of your life can be significantly improved by ensuring that you make time every day to keep active. Often you will meet people who can and do keep active and enjoy their life more because of their attention to this important aspect of living. Each week the Keeping You Active  

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custom orthotics

Orthotic Shoes vs Custom Orthotics: Which One is Right for You?

By - Orthotics

A lot of foot and knee problems can bring severe pain and discomfort, making this very debilitating and disabling. Footwear manufacturers have thus come up with orthotic shoes, but can these off-the-shelf products be enough? How do they compare with custom orthotics? Let us look at the pros and cons of both. Orthotic Shoes Orthotic […]

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custom orthotics

Foot and Knee Problems? It Might be Custom Orthotics that You Need

By - Foot and ankle pain and instability,Orthotics

Custom orthotics are shoe inserts specially designed for people experiencing severe foot problems. Their unique design is based on the result of the assessment of the patient’s gait, anatomy,  and the type of pain being experienced. Custom foot orthotics work by correcting the abnormal movement and position of foot and ankle joints. Furthermore, they help […]

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onychocryptosis or ingrown toenail

Ingrown Toenails: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

By - Ingrown toenails

Ingrown toenails or onychocryptosis is the redness and swelling of a person’s big toe. It occurs when the sides of the nail grow into the skin. As the sides or corners of the nails continue to grow and curl downward, they pierce the soft tissues of the flesh around the nails. Thus, bringing pain and discomfort to our […]

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orthotics fabrication

Orthotics and Shoe Inserts: What you need to know about these foot treatment devices

By - Bunions,Diabetes and poor circulation (vascular disease),Flat Feet,Foot and ankle pain and instability,Hammer toes,Heel spurs & plantar fasciitis,Orthotics

Orthotics are medical devices that patients wear inside their shoes. A podiatrist often prescribes foot orthotics or foot orthoses to patients who have problems with how they stand, walk and run. Orthotic devices are also used to treat patients with foot pain caused by disorders such as arthritis, bursitis, plantar fasciitis and diabetes. Most people have foot and leg issues […]

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heel pain common foot problems in children

Topographical Anatomy of the Foot and Ankle Lateral Aspect and Nerves of the Foot and Ankle

By - Videos

As a podiatrist, it is very important to accurately identify the anatomy of the foot and ankle. As a podiatrist in Adelaide and a podiatric surgeon, Dr. Rob Hermann demonstrates a technique used to identify the lateral anatomy of the foot and ankle. The nerves of the foot and ankle are also identified. Using these […]

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choosing well fitting shoes in children

The Impact of Ill-Fitting Shoes in Children

By - Children's Foot Problems

According to a study, 65% of children wear ill-fitting shoes. Unknowingly, your kid could be one of them. Indeed, there are potentially serious effects of ill-fitting shoes in children; not only to their feet but also to their physiological and mental growth. Several factors such as age, gender, body mass index (BMI) and physical activity […]

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