If you haven’t yet ventured outside, after stirring and waking from your winter hibernation, then we suggest that you do- Spring is here- And Summer is just around the corner! The temperatures are already on the rise, and no longer is the bone-chilling cold and swirling winds that keep.
Believe it or not, but summer is just around the corner…and what comes with the higher temperatures and increased humidity? More sweat. Moisture is the enemy of healthy feet and you should always take preventative measures to ensure that you are taking care of your feet in the best.
Whether you’re waiting for the tram to work at the stop, about to hit your morning bicycle ride or deciding which of your baggy, wooly-knit sweaters to wear, one thing is for sure… Winter is well and truly upon us. Making sure your feet are warm is.
Ankle pain can be caused by a number of injuries and conditions, with damage to the ankle bone, ligaments and tendons, and several types of arthritis being common agitators. While we advise that you should visit your podiatrist when you start to experience any pain or discomfort in your.
Over the course of your pregnancy, your body will go through a lot of changes, and your knees, ankles and feet aren’t immune to these changes. While feet might seem like they have nothing to do with pregnancy, things like weight gain and hormonal changes can influence them in.