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Painful Foot Problems that the Right Shoes Can Improve

31st August 2012
Foot pain affects people of all ages and from all walks of life. Even minor foot problems can have a huge impact on life, especially for those who work in professions that require them to stand or walk for long hours. In many cases, foot pain or discomfor... Read >
Author: Oliver Johnson

Things To Know About Buying Nike free Run Shoes

13th October 2011
More and far more folks are showing curiosity in getting to be much more active. There are numerous things they want to do in buy to get the training they want, but running is amid the most favorite that we see. To get commenced with this it is significan... Read >
Author: DaveRich

Orthotics London Ontario giving your feet the best care.

10th May 2011
If you are suffering from any kind of knee pain, foot pain or lower pain then it is time to visit the Orthotics London Ontario. They are the best and will give you the care that your foot deserves. They are among the top leaders in the in the field of ort... Read >
Author: Jeremy Zywicki

Alegria Shoes that will Keep your Feet Happy all Day

18th April 2011
Alegria shoes prove you can have a fun, trendy shoe that is truly comfortable. Alegria literally means happiness. It is also a fun line of footwear produced by the Pomona, Calif.-based company called PG Lite. It was in the relaxed surroundings of Souther... Read >
Author: Mike Cole

Foot Strength Training in Ballet

21st February 2011
Ballet dancers will complain of some foot injury at some stage in their training, and professional ballet will often be plagued with chronic foot injuries, ranging from mild ones that are nursed for years, to severe injuries that may be career ending. Th... Read >
Author: Garret Wong

Causes and Treatments for Overlapping Toes

24th September 2009
Overlapping toes is usually a congenital deformity that causes one toe to lie on top of another toe. It most often occurs with the little toe, but the middle toes can also be affected. Sometimes overlapping toes develop as the result of other foot conditi... Read >
Author: jane baron

What You Should Know About Metatarsalgia

23rd September 2009
Metatarsalgia generally refers to pain that affects the ball of your foot. It is sometimes called a "stone bruise." It most often occurs in the first metatarsal head (the ball of the foot just under the big toe) where there are two small sesamoid bones. ... Read >
Author: jane baron

Long Term Affects of Polio: What’s the Difference Between Flat and Flaccid Feet?

18th May 2009
The quick and crucial answer to the question, "What's the difference between flat and flaccid feet?" is that flat feet, though they have fallen arches, retain mobility whereas flaccid feet have lost the ability to move at all. Both conditions are long ter... Read >
Author: Kent

Types of Orthotic Shoe Inserts and How They Can Help Your Excess Pronation

13th May 2009
In general terms, there are three different kinds of orthotics to think about when you are about to make a crucial decision for your feet. Each of these types of devices has varying characteristics, and are used depending on your particular condition.: ... Read >
Author: Salomon

Bunionectomy Success!

27th April 2009
Are you afraid to even talk to your doctor about bunion surgery? Many patients are very apprehensive about bunion surgery. They have heard horror stories of severe pain and bad outcomes. These are usually not true. Bunion surgery is actually quite success... Read >
Author: Dr. Marybeth Crane

Shoes after Foot Surgery

18th February 2009
Foot pain can be caused by a multitude of problems - arthritis, tumors, and skin issues to name a few. Wearing the wrong size shoes or shoes that do not fit properly can cause damage. Shoes that are too loose or too tight can both be problematic. Pain can... Read >
Author: Kent

Relief For Achilles Heel Pain With Orthotic Shoe Inserts

09th January 2009
Foot conditions involving Achilles tendon pain are fairly common, particularly among athletes who practice sports such as soccer, track, gymnastics, and basketball. The Achilles Tendon is the strip of tissue that connects the heel and the calf muscle. Thi... Read >
Author: Salomon
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