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Care for your feet!
We only one pair per lifetime! Our feet rare our transport, looking after them should be a priority for the people of all ages, but especially as we got older and if we suffer from diabetes. As we age and in those people who have diabetes, the risk of foot injury and serious complications that […]
Lacing for improved fit and comfort
Narrow Heel with low profile instep Combines heel lock lacing and mid-foot lock lacing for people with a narrow heel and low profile instep.   This technique can also be used for sports requiring medial and lateral motion (netball). It creates a snug and supportive fit for the heel and ankle prevents foot movement inside […]
Plantar Fasciitis Heel Spur Syndrome
Definition The plantar fascia is a very thick band of tissue that covers the bones on the bottom of the foot. This plantar fascia can become inflamed (excessive stretching) and painful in some people, making walking more difficult. Risk factors for plantar fasciitis include foot arch problems (both flat foot = pes panus and high […]
Achilles Tendonitis
Definition The achilles tendon is the broad band of fibrous tissue that connects the lower limb muscles at the back of the leg (gastrocnemius and soleus) to the heel bone (calcaneus). The achilles tendon is the thickest, strongest tendon in the body, often subjected to 10 times the bodies weight during running. Tendonitis refers to […]
Sever’s disease
Definition All of a sudden your active child has began to limp, toe walk and complain of heel pain especially after sport, if that’s the case its more than likely that your child has Sever’s disease. Sever’s Disease is a very common heel condition that can result in active kids opting out of sport and […]
Hallux Limitus or Stiff Big Toe
Definition Refers to a very common condition that results in pain and loss of mobility of the joint to the big toe or 1 st Metatarsal phalangeal joint. The cause of Hallux Limitus include: Poor foot posture- flat feet and over pronation Unusually long 2 nd metatarsal Trauma, either from a one off impact or […]
How to Choose a Running shoe
There is no such thing as the perfect running shoe, only the perfect running shoe for your foot type. It can be quite confusing when looking at a wall of running shoes to work out which one is suited to you. Essentially, the manufactures of running shoes create products in their range to suit individual […]



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