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Tag: Foot Pain

Selecting the right pair of shoes
August 11, 2020

The oldest pair of shoes dates back more than 40,000 years. Initially designed to protect the feet, the expectations and requirements of footwear have changed considerably over the years. However, three major factors still play a key role in choosing the right footwear today: form, function and fit.   Form refers to the aesthetic design of the shoe, hence, it changes with the trends in the fashion industry. Function addresses its purpose while fit relates to the ability of the footwear to

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bunions, Foot Pain, foot ache, physiotherapy
June 9, 2020

Muscles, bones, tendons, and ligaments build up the feet that aid in all kinds of physical activity. All of these together are responsible for making one walk, run, or even stand. Individuals must take care that all the elements are working correctly for maximum movement. Although minor issues in the foot can be checked over by general medical doctors, in case of specific ache or problem, the foot needs to be diagnosed by a podiatrist.  Different types of foot pain Although there are many

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ankle pain
May 27, 2020

As we age, joint and muscle pain become a part of our daily lives. Many older people suffer regularly owing to discomfort and immobility caused by illness in different areas of the body. One of the most universally experienced types of pain, however, is in the foot and ankle. Foot and ankle pain is exceptionally inconvenient as this restricts a basic need - walking.  Dr Anuj Chawla (FAS) is a distinguished foot and ankle specialist in Delhi, with all the information you need about unease in

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Flat Feet Symptoms, Causes of flat feet, Diagnosisof flat feet,Treatment of flat feet
March 12, 2020

Most adults have a gap under the inner aspect of the feet which is called an arch. The absence of this arch leads to the development of the flat foot, also known as pes-planus. It causes the entire sole of the foot, including the inner aspect to touch the ground when standing. It is estimated that approximately 20-30% of people globally have a flat foot or low arches. Despite it being so common, it is one of the most poorly understood and neglected pathologies in the foot and ankle region,

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