You may not think it but your feet can play an enormous part in your enjoyment of cycling. The right sorts of cleats, bike shoes, foot position, movement of the foot all determine how the force you generate is transferred into the bike.
The pain feels like a burning, stabbing pain in the ball of your foot, but what exactly is a Neuroma?
Pain and swelling in the bottom of the forefoot can have many causes and one of the most common is a plantar plate injury.
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.
Plantar fasciitis can seem like a heel pain with no end. Get the right treatment from the Complete Podiatry team to end your heel pain and get back to your normal life.
Knee pain is one of the biggest injuries faced by runners and needs to be managed quickly and correctly to let you hit the roads or trails again as soon as possible.
Netball is a fantastic sport; I love it. It doesn’t matter what age or ability level you are, anyone can enjoy netball. As with any sport however, there are certain injury risks involved with participation.
Fractures of the toes can be extremely uncomfortable and limit your ability to perform even the most basic of tasks such as wearing a shoe and walking. Look for help sooner rather than later if you suspect you have fractured any of the bones in your foot.
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.
Heel pain can be a debilitating condition that sucks the enjoyment out of any experience. With the right diagnosis and management plan, your heel pain could be a thing of the past.
Tendon pain, and its associated dysfunction, can be a major factor for pushing athletes out of sport, limiting our ability to be independent and simply stopping us doing all the things we love to do.
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.