Life is a flurry of activity, you have no time to slow down, but you also hate feeling pain every time your feet land on the ground. You should not be dreading to jump off the bed for a brand new day, or getting off that chair to do more work. Chasing after children or fur-babies, performing daily activities to trying to keep yourself fit and healthy requires you to be on your feet most of the time. If you suffer from feet pain from standing or walking, it is
Our New Tool to Help You Get Better: Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy
Maybe you have heard of it, but we are very excited to announce that we are offering this therapy in our clinics. After reading all the studies, we are confident that this will help you achieve your goal: no pain when you walk. The Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy is a new technology that revolutionises how we help you with pain associated with the inflammation of the injured foot. Not only it works well, the therapy also takes less time. But we
3 Foot Conditions that You Should Not Treat At Home
People love to recommend you to treat foot problems at home when you complain about them. While common conditions like corns and calluses are easy to address at home, there are some issues that requires professional help. Not only podiatrist have the tools, we have the training to help treat, and prevent conditions from worsening as well. If you are pregnant or have diabetes, you definitely should avoid doing it yourself, because your feet are calling for help.
Heel pain is
Do You Depend on Heat Rubs to Walk?
Every morning, before you get out of bed, do you slap on some Metsal or Dencorub on your heels or foot before you set them down for the day? Are you wearing Eu De Methyl Salicylate every day, and you need a change of scent? If you are suffering from heel pain, you need a better solution than just using creams for pain relief. Instead of using temporary relief methods to keep the pain at bay, perhaps you should think about what is
Dry Needling- get the point?
What is the difference between acupuncture and dry needling? They both seem the same at face level: insertion of fine needles as a treatment method. Indeed, dry needling uses the same kind of needles that Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) practitioner utilizes, but the similarity ends there.
Acupuncture versus Dry Needling
A lot of TCM practitioners will tell you that acupuncture is a form of treatment that involves insertion of fine acupuncture needles into specific points. Traditional Chinese Medicine believes that there are about four hundred acupressure points