Understanding The Benefits Of Visiting A Podiatrist

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Treating Heel Pain At Home

Posted by on May 11, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Treating Heel Pain At Home

Do you find yourself frequently suffering from heel pain? It’s a common condition that can be caused by a multitude of things, such as walking on hard surfaces too much or wearing shoes that are worn down. A visit to the podiatrist will help determine the exact cause of your heel pain so that it can be treated properly, but until you can get an appointment you can try some of these home remedies to provide you with temporary pain relief. Exercising and Stretching Exercising and stretching the plantar fascia ligament and the Achilles...

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4 Things Pregnant Women Need To Know About Plantar Fasciitis

Posted by on Dec 3, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on 4 Things Pregnant Women Need To Know About Plantar Fasciitis

Pregnancy can lead to complications throughout your body, and your feet are no exception. During pregnancy, you can develop a variety of foot problems, including plantar fasciitis. Here are three things you need to know about plantar fasciitis. What is plantar fasciitis? Your plantar fascia is a thick band of tissue that connects your heel bones to your toe bones. This tissue is very important: not only does it hold up the arches in your feet, it also acts like a spring and helps you propel yourself forwards when you walk or run. Plantar...

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Overly Frustrated With Your Over Pronation? Your Podiatrist Can Help!

Posted by on Jul 17, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Overly Frustrated With Your Over Pronation? Your Podiatrist Can Help!

If you suffer from foot pain due to rolling your feet inwards, also known as over pronation, your first instinct may be to try to handle the issue yourself using over-the-counter orthotic devices. Such devices are typically designed to slide into your shoes, where they provide extra arch support. The main problem with over-the-counter orthotic devices is that they are made to fit a large range of feet, and thus are unlikely to fit your feet precisely enough to help with over pronation. This can result in the orthotics sliding, shifting, and...

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