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  • Top of Foot Pain

    Top of foot pain is what people usually call when they experience foot pain without a specific injury or cause. This foot complication can affect daily activities like walking, running, or simply standing. Here’s a fun fact – the average person stands five hours a …

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  • Haemophilia and Your Feet

    yourgenome.org What is Haemophilia? Also spelled as hemophilia, is a rare hereditary bleeding disorder where blood clots can’t form normally, which is essential to stop bleeding from a wound or injury. This condition can cause someone to bleed for a longer …

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  • Choosing the Proper Children’s Shoes

    Once your child takes those important first steps, it’s time for them to wear real shoes. A growing child will need proper shoes frequently, so you should always pay attention to the shoe’s fit and build. To help you choose the proper shoe for your …

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  • Foot Care for the Elderly

    Foot complications are common among older people. It can be due a number of reasons such as diabetes, dry skin, poor circulation, and too much pressure. If you have diabetes, we suggest you read further about diabetic foot complications here. Here are common foot complications …

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  • Podiatrist vs Orthopedist: What Are the Main Differences Between the Two?

    There are 52 bones in your feet put together, but when one of those bones is broken or your foot is damaged in any way, it can be difficult to determine next steps past the emergency room. Some people will recommend podiatry for foot injuries, …

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  • Get Your Feet Prepared for Sandal Weather

    Winter is the time to have toenail fungus addressed so that they look the best by Summer sandal weather. Livestrong.com What’s Toenail Fungus and its causes? Medically known as onychomycosis, It’s an infection that begins as a white or yellow spot under the tip of …

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  • Foot Problems that Come with Dryer Weather

    In colder weather we tend to wear thicker socks or heavier shoes. Combine this with sweating be it due to exercise or normal conditions, these factors can cause foot problems that you are probably familiar with. Here are two common foot problems that come with …

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  • 3 Reasons You Should Never Ignore Your Foot Pain

    We rely on our feet to get us everywhere we need to go. Every day, the average adult takes 4,000 to 6,000 steps! But all the stress we put on our feet takes a toll, and we tend not to appreciate the hard work our …

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  • Foot Problems Winter Athletes Should Be Aware Of

    Winter has begun, outdoor sports and activities have declined and most exercises/sports have moved indoors. While these things are great for you and exciting to play, it’s not free of risk of injury. Indoor court sports such as volleyball, basketball and wrestling can lead to common …

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  • Treadmill Running and its Foot Complications

    Due to the cold weather, many of us would prefer a treadmill at home or at the gym rather than running outside so that we don’t freeze. While the treadmill is a convenient and comfortable way to get your cardio workout in, you are still …

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