Morton’s neuroma

Between each metatarsal bone in our feet we have a nerve. Sometimes, when these nerves pass through the metatarsal bones between the ball of the foot, it can get pinched or damaged by a shearing force that occurs during pronation. This can happen most often between the second and third toes, or third and fourth.  …

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Plantar fasciitis

What is Plantar Fasciitis?  Plantar fascia is a band of connective tissue that is located in the lower part of the foot, on the sole, running from the heel to the ball of the foot. This band of tissue generally helps keeping the bones and joints in place, or in their position, and makes it …

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What is Bursitis?  Between our joints, we have some sacs that are filled with fluids, and those sacs are called bursa. These bursae surround areas where your muscles, tendons and skin meet the bones to reduce friction from movement and cause damage to any of the tissue.  It happens that every now and then your …

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Children’s Podiatry

Foot and ankle problems in children can very easily go unnoticed. Signs and symptoms can often be subtle, parents unaware of anything wrong and of course children themselves are sometimes unable to speak or express themselves. It is important to look after growing feet, protect them and to get them checked out early. The five …

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running, sports, fit

Ankle injuries

Ankle injuries are very common in the general population, not necessarily something that only happens to athletes. Ankle pain caused by traumatic injuries is almost always caused by ankle sprains.  The term for “sprain” is used to describe the damage or injury of a ligament. A sprain in your ankle can usually be caused by …

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physical therapy, foot massage, massage


What are calluses? Calluses are dead skin build-up around and on your toes, joints, heels and the bottom of your feet. These dead skin build-ups are normally occurring and produced by your own body to protect the ball of the foot and your heels, which are usually formed in areas of your feet that constantly …

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