foot care
14Aug, 2019

Causes and Symptoms of Flat Feet

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The upward curve in the middle of your feet is called an arch while tendons are tight bands that attach the foot bones and heels. Stretched out tendons result in the formation of little or no arch — causing flat feet.
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7Aug, 2019

Foot and Ankle Problems that Come With Aging

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It’s not uncommon for aging to take a toll on our feet. A lifetime worth of stress that we place on our feet combined with reduced production of collagen can lead to stability problems. As we age, our skin starts to thin and so does the fatty cushioning of the soles and heels. The cartilage in the joint space gradually wears down only adding to the burden.
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8Jul, 2019

How Can Physical Therapy Help You Regain Your Life

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After completing your 9-5 job, you have no strength to get to the evening soiree that your best friend is hosting. The pain in your back is so sharp that all you want to do is to lie down and pray for the pain to go away. You carry this pain for days and wonder why the medications are not working.
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12May, 2019

3 Common Causes of Foot Pain

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Nearly one-fourth of the population experiences some form of foot pain at any given time.  This may be due to a number of reasons, from overexertion of the muscles to selecting the wrong footwear. However, these three conditions are the most common causes of foot pain.
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6May, 2019

3 Ways to Prevent Ankle Injuries

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According to statistics, nearly 28,000 ankle injuries occur each year, with ankle sprains constituting as the most common injury type. Most of these are applicable to athletes, but even individuals who don’t engage in sporting activities are prone to ankle injuries.
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15Apr, 2019

Common Foot Injuries in Sports

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From ACL tears to sciatica, body injuries are a common part of every athlete’s life. Anyone involved in sports is prone to a little twist or strain, depending on the nature of the game. Professional athletes, however, often get serious injuries, especially in the leg and foot areas.
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