Plantar Fasciitis Stretches & Exercises from podiatrists in Sydney

7 Plantar Fasciitis Stretches & Exercises

When it comes to heel pain, a common cause can be plantar fasciitis. It’s an inflammation of the plantar fascia, a thick tissue that runs along the bottom of the foot. It’s often caused by overuse, overstretching or it can be a result of another medical condition. To help manage your pain, here are some simple plantar fasciitis stretches and …

How To Correct Overlapping Toes - The Foot Hub Podiatrists Sydney

How To Correct Overlapping Toes

Overlapping toes occur when one toe extends over the next. This mainly occurs with the baby toe or the big toe, but can happen on any toe. It’s also sometimes referred to as hammertoes. Overlapping toes can cause discomfort or pain, but there are several things you can do to try and correct them. Here are some tips on how …

Common Foot Problems Our Sydney Podiatrists See

Common Foot Problems Our Sydney Podiatrists See

As podiatrists in Sydney, we see a huge range of foot problems at our foot clinics in Alexandria and Sydenham. Here are some of the most common foot problems we see and how they can be treated.   Dry Skin & Cracked Heels Almost everyone at some point in their lives will experience dry skin on their feet or cracked …

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Do I Need A Referral To See A Podiatrist?

“Do I need a referral to see a podiatrist?” It’s a common question we come across on an almost daily basis at our foot clinics in Sydney. Some people still believe that as a podiatrist is often considered a specialist that they will need to get a referral from their GP before they’re able to book an appointment. But this …

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How To Prevent Blisters On Your Feet

Blisters are one of the most common foot problems experience by all ages. They can appear quickly and be very painful, so let’s show you some simple things you can do to stop them forming in the first place. How To Prevent Blisters On Your Feet   Choose The Right Shoes Wearing the right shoes is crucial, not just for …

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What Is A Heel Spur?

A heel spur is a common cause of heel pain. It’s a tiny bone growth on the bottom of your heel which extends towards the front of your foot. Not everyone who has a heel spur experiences pain, but those who do can find walking extremely painful. Let’s take a close look at heel spurs, their symptoms, and causes, and …

How to treat ankle pain - The Foot Hub Podiatrists Sydney

How To Treat Ankle Pain

Ankle pain can be one of the most debilitating pains to experience. It affects not just your ankle, but also your mobility, often causing you to be unable to move around without feeling pain. How to treat ankle pain is very much dependant on the cause of the pain. Let’s look at some of the common causes of ankle pain …

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Athlete’s Foot: Symptoms, Causes And Treatment

Today we’re talking all things athlete’s foot. Find out about the symptoms, causes, and treatment of athlete’s foot, as well as some ways to avoid contracting it.   What Is Athlete’s Foot?   Athlete’s foot is a skin infection which is caused by a fungus. It’s fairly common and can affect anyone – not just athlete’s as the name suggests. …

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5 Summer Foot Problems And How To Avoid Them

Summer is a time to kick off your shoes and enjoy those lazy summer days. Or is it? If you’re kicking off your shoes or swapping closed shoes for thongs, you could be opening yourself up to a host of summer foot problems. Here are 5 common summer foot problems and how to avoid them.   Summer Foot Problem #1 …

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Basic Foot Care Tips For Diabetics

Diabetes is a condition that requires a lot of self-care. One area of your body that needs a lot of care if you are diabetic is your feet. Diabetes puts your feet at higher risk because it can cause nerve damage, poor blood circulation and make you prone to infections. To help you look after your feet, here are our …