Foot Health

Active Feet

Information on Running,Walking and other activities.

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Common Problems

Our feet are often the most neglected and forgotten part of our bodies. Research has shown that people are more likely to have serviced their car than to have had their feet checked by a Podiatrist. Yet our feet are our main mode of transport, carrying us on a journey of 128,000 kilometres in a lifetime.

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Do You Need To See A Podiatrist?

Many times the problems in your feet and ankles go away with time, rest, ice, anti-inflammatories (NSAIDS) and shoegear changes. Sometimes those problems won't go away, and that's when you probably need a podiatrist's help and expertise.

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Foot Tips

Quick tips on how to look after your feet.

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High Risk Feet

Your Feet and Diabetes.

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Pes Planus (Flat Feet)

Pes planus is a condition in which the arch or instep of the foot collapses and comes in contact with the ground. In some individuals, this arch never develops while they are growing.

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Running FAQ's-Answers to your Questions

Running is as easy as putting one foot in front of the other but sometimes it can get complicated. Here are 25 common running questions and the answers that will set you on your way.

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The Infants Foot

Several foot problems have their origin in childhood and are present at birth. Periodic professional attention and regular foot care can minimise these problems in later life.

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Your Feet and Diabetes

If you have diabetes, it's important to take care of your feet. Diabetes can cause nerve damage that makes it hard to tell if you have a foot injury. When foot injuries go unnoticed, they can worsen and become infected, sometimes leading to hospitalisation or even amputation.

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