Heel Pain—Risk Factors You Should Be Aware Of

Posted on: 9 August 2018

Heel pain can be incredibly painful. Depending on the severity, you may be in constant discomfort, or you may have your mobility entirely compromised. But since not many people think about developing heel pain, they may be under the impression that they are not at risk of developing this condition. In truth, heel pain mostly stems from lifestyle choices as well as your genetic disposition. Thus, your best course of action is seeking to prevent acquiring heel pain rather than having to resort to treating it.
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A Guide to Podiatrists

Posted on: 8 August 2018

If you have had a problem with your feet or lower limbs, you might have given thought to visit a podiatrist. A podiatrist is a medical professional that prevents, diagnoses and manages conditions of the lower limbs and feet. The podiatrist aims to relieve pain and restore functionality of the feet and lower limbs when affected by a disease. The history of podiatry dates back to ancient Egypt. However, the profession was accepted as a conventional medicinal intervention in the early 20th century.
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Why You Should Always Get Custom-Fitted Orthotics

Posted on: 7 August 2018

If you've been struggling with foot pain and general mobility, you may have decided to try some inserts, as somebody told you that these would significantly help in your situation. As you search, you may have been looking around your local store and have seen some over-the-counter inserts that promise to work wonders. However, before you choose this option, you need to understand the limitations of these inserts and how, in certain circumstances, they could be detrimental.
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Three Tips To Help Deal With Pain In Your Heel

Posted on: 3 August 2018

Busy parents spend hours on their feet each day, and it is not uncommon to wake up at least once a week experiencing foot pain. A pain in your heel is particularly bothersome because it is part of the foot that bears the most impact as you take every step of your day. As someone who suffers from semi-regular heel pain, you're not too sure what to do about this issue.
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