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Heel Spurs or Plantar Fasciitis? A Heel Pain By Any Other Name

01st May 2013
Suffering from plantar fasciitis is bad sufficient but not understanding what's leading to it or even how to make this stop simply makes it even worse! Terms such as heel spur and plantar fasciitis (PLAN-tur fas-e-I-tis) get utilized interchangeably but h... Read >
Author: Chris Martin

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

5 techniques for immediate plantar fasciitis relief and cure

30th June 2011
Plantar fasciitis foot pain or heel pain is best addressed by medical home remedies as far as utterly eradicating it and not only masking its symptoms is to be done. The state signifies irritation of the plantar fascia. As with time it goes continual, ... Read >
Author: darrk3kvdi

Clarks Women Shoes Are A "Must Have" For Every Woman

27th June 2011
Clarks shoes is one of those companies which released a popular product and the world never completely recovered from that one idea, and still to this day Clarks women shoes remain one of the most popular brands around. The famed company has been around s... Read >
Author: Gail Case

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

do u know bicarbonate of soda

19th January 2011
Bicarbonate soda, also known as baking soda or soda bicarbonate has been used since the ancient times as it can help in curing many ailments. It has many therapeutic usages and has been used as a home medication for a lot of conditions. Bicarbonate soda i... Read >
Author: marco

Bear paw and Emu boots can keep your feet snug and relieve your chronic foot anguish as well

17th January 2011
Initial shall we talk about modern women shoes and boots as well as the genuine issue all of the women who use them appear to be experiencing in fast growing numbers. As a likely long term future and repeat client it will be rather unlikely a podiatrist w... Read >
Author: BenShelley

How to use Orthotics?

01st July 2010
This article shows the proper way on how to use orthotics, what they are and how they work. Let us define first what orthotics is. The word orthotic comes from the Greek 'ortho' - to correct. The correct term for orthotic is foot orthosis (plural: orthose... Read >
Author: Apple Osborne

Bone Spur and its Causes

05th January 2010
However, it is not as hard as a bone it is smooth. Causes of Bone Spur Most of the time form due to the need of the body to repair itself causing the formation of another bone. It is brought about by pressure and long term rubbing and stress in that area.... Read >
Author: harryjackson9

How to purchase high-quality shoes

22nd December 2009
Shoes are now more than an daily wear. When in the olden times, there were a means of safeguarding your feet keeping them warm during the wintry months, now they have turned into a fashion icon. The new generation tries various of designer shoes to comple... Read >
Author: Rob symons

Explaining Morton's Neuroma or Metatarsalgia

07th December 2009
Pain in the forefoot, the front part of the foot not including the toes themselves, is known as metatarsalgia as the pain occurs around the metatarsals. It is a symptom of an underlying problem rather than a condition in itself. The pain can be caused by ... Read >
Author: David Ravech

Sore Feet? - How the Benefits of Reflexology Can Help Ease Your Foot Pain

25th November 2009
For those suffering the daily trials of sore feet and foot pain, reflexology can be of immense assistance. Your feet are actually more sensitive and receptive to touch than your hands because they contain a large array of nerve endings, approximately s... Read >
Author: abdalesales

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

How to Tell If Your Toe is Sprained or Fractured

15th September 2009
It can be difficult to tell the difference between a broken toe and a sprained toe. Sometimes you will hear the bone break, or you will see that the toe has been knocked out of its socket (i.e., dislocated). These signs and symptoms usually point to a tra... Read >
Author: jane baron

Flat Feet (Pes Planus or Fallen Arches)

09th August 2009
Flat Feet (Pes Planus or Fallen Arches) Now, what does the condition of flat feet have to do with knee pain, back pain and neck pain? Our feet are the foundation of support for the pelvis and spine. In addition, they support the whole weight of the bod... Read >
Author: AJHEELS
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