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Foot Surgeon Birmingham-More Competent

14th September 2010
There are many persons who are frequently affected by different sorts of foot problems. The majority of these gentlemen are sportsmen and athletes. Now they should be treated well by offering powerful medications. If required, patients must undergo surg... Read >
Author: Benjyx

Don't wearing high heel all day long

11th June 2010
Maybe you think all day wearing a pair of high heels make you look more beautiful and sexy, but don't you feel tired?Yes, a pair of high heel just like Christian louboutin shoes not only increase your height, but also make you look more sexy, but have you... Read >
Author: bluesky

Does Your Child Run Funny?

22nd January 2010
Are you one of the thousands of parents in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex and around the United States that is concerned about how your child runs or walks? Have you noticed that their feet and ankles turn in or out? Do you question your pediatrician on ... Read >
Author: Dr. Marybeth Crane

Causes and Complications of Toe Amputation

02nd October 2009
Toe amputations may be necessary for several reasons. Infection is perhaps the most common cause for infection and is often associated with foot problems relating to diabetes. In addition to infection, toes may need to be amputated due to trauma, loss of ... Read >
Author: jane baron

Deformities that Affect the Little Toe

25th September 2009
The fifth toe on our foot takes a lot of abuse largely thanks to the fashionable shoes we wear. This little toe is squeezed, squashed, smashed and shoved into footwear of all shapes and sizes. The unfortunate results are foot deformities and injuries that... 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

Clark’s Wallabees: A Fashionable Classic

11th August 2009
Today Clarks shoes produces almost 35 million pairs of shoes year. But despite its international success, the company had humble beginnings. Founded in 1825 by Cyrus and James Clark in the small English village of Street in Somerset, Clarks shoes began as... Read >
Author: jane barron

Why Do My Feet Hurt When I Bike?

19th July 2009
Earlier this week I was fortunate to carve out a 4 hour block of time for a long cycling workout. Being new to the sport of triathlon, 50 miles was the longest bike ride of my life! It was a really long, hot ride! The funny part was the only part of my bo... Read >
Author: Dr. Marybeth Crane

Treatment for Cavus Foot

15th July 2009
Q: What is the best way to treat Cavus Foot? A: Cavus Foot can usually be treated using a combination of orthopedic devices that protect the foot from pain and provide the foot with extra support, especially when it comes to stability and balance (some... Read >
Author: kentsmith

Toe Amputation: Causes and Consequences

06th July 2009
Q: What are the most common reasons for toe amputation? A: Toes may need to be amputated for a variety of reasons. One of the most common reasons is infection. A toe may be removed to prevent an infection from spreading to the bone or bloodstream, or ... Read >
Author: kentsmith

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
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