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Foot pains treated by therapeutic laser

Foot pains treated by therapeutic laser

22 October 2023

When they persist, foot pains can seriously impact our daily lives. Fortunately, therapeutic laser is a non-invasive solution for treating joint, muscle, and ligament pains. It involves a light beam applied to the patient's skin by the podiatrist, which aids in the healing of inflamed tissues. Let's explore the benefits of this method for relieving…

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Prevent blisters on your feet

Prevent blisters on your feet

15 October 2023

Foot blisters are unwelcome, painful, soft bumps that form when the skin on your foot rubs against your shoe. You're more susceptible to them if your sports shoes are too tight or if sweat doesn't evaporate properly. However, don't worry; it's not inevitable. Today, we offer you three tips to prevent blister formation during your…

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Foot care to prevent children’s foot pain

Foot care to prevent children’s foot pain

8 October 2023

Taking care of your feet is important at any age, but it is especially crucial during childhood when the feet are still developing. Sometimes, growth occurs without any issues, but other times, children may experience discomfort or pain. The good news is that foot pain in children can be treated and, in some cases, even…

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Barefoot climbing : effects on the feet

Barefoot climbing : effects on the feet

6 August 2023

Climbing is a sport that involves the muscles of the feet, from the toe to the heel. A growing number of climbers are attempting barefoot climbing, even though the majority still engage in this sport while wearing shoes. This calls into question the advantages of barefoot climbing and the dangers to your foot health. What…

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How to remove and avoid foot corns

How to remove and avoid foot corns

21 May 2023

Foot corns create a spiky sensation that penetrates the skin. If left untreated, they can develop in sensitive areas of the foot and become very bothersome. However, foot corns can be easily removed, and they can even be avoided. What exactly are foot corns? The thickening of the skin that results from repeated friction is…

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Detecting Morton’s neuroma

Detecting Morton’s neuroma

27 November 2022

A Morton's neuroma is an inflammation that thickens the nerve tissue between the toes of the foot as a result of compression or persistent friction. The discomfort will then manifest as a ball and may include burning, brief shocks, or numbness in the forefoot. A podiatrist should find Morton's neuroma as soon as possible so…

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