Family Foot Health

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Family Foot Health8th of January 2019

Children's Orthoses - How We Are Different

Choosing to use orthoses to treat your child's foot and leg problems should be based on clinical need, not financial ability. Complete Podiatry now offers GAP FREE* orthoses to all the children we treat. It's just another example of how we are trying to find better ways to help the families we care for.

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Family Foot Health29th of October 2018

What Is Growing Pain?

When your children experience pain in their legs it can be a real source of worry. Here is what you need to know about growing pain in young children.

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Family Foot Health2nd of August 2018

3 Things You need to Know About Your Children's Feet

Your children's feet are extremely important for helping them to live a long, healthy and happy life. Here the three things you need to know about your children's feet.

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Family Foot Health9th of March 2018

My Child's Forefoot Hurts

Freiberg's disease causes pain in the forefoot of active children, especially adolescents. It needs to be managed early to prevent permanent damage to your children's feet.

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Family Foot Health24th of July 2017

Injury Risk in Sporty Children

Sports are a great way for our children to get fit and healthy and to learn many social skills than can be used as they grow and develop. A new study however, has demonstrated that too much sport can increase your child's risk of developing stress related injuries.

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Family Foot Health26th of May 2017

What's Causing My Child's Heel Pain?

Heel pain in active, healthy, growing children is very common but needs to be managed properly to keep your child enjoying the sports and games they love. Learn what commonly causes heel pain in children and how we can help them.

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Family Foot Health15th of May 2017

Your Children's Feet

From the moment they are born, children’s feet and legs are constantly changing and developing. Children’s feet are certainly not just small versions of adult feet and they can demonstrate numerous problems specific to this age group.


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