- What to do about Severs Disease?
- Strapping for a Plantar Plate Tear
- Bunion Correctors
- Archies Arch Support Thongs
- Shoes for Children
- How to Help Your Plantar Fasciitis
- Do MBT Shoes Work?
- Do magnetic insoles work?
- Foot Reading
- Functional Hallux Limitus
- How to Treat Bunions
- An Abductory Twist
- Do Toning Shoes Help?
- Achilles Tendon Rupture
- Peroneal Tendonitis
- Kohlers Disease
- Cracked Heels
- The Circulation Booster
- Hallux Rigidus
- Sinus Tarsi Syndrome
- Corns on the Toes
- Pitted Keratolysis
Category Archives: Rearfoot Problems
What is it?Severs disease is a problem of the growth area in children at the back of the heel bone. It is considered an overuse injury and is more common in active kids, overweight kids and those that are taller. … Continue reading
What is it? Plantar fasciitis is the most common cause of heel pain in adults. It is a painful condition of the plantar fascia which is a long ligament that’s role is to pretty much support the arch of the … Continue reading
What is it? Overpronation is a problem that occurs when the ankle rolls inwards and the arch of the foot flattens. It is widely known in the running community and is widely assumed to be associated with a number of … Continue reading
What is it? This occurs when the Achilles tendon tears, most often during sport when the knee is extended and the ankle dorsiflexes. The load during this can be too high for the tendon to take and it then tears. … Continue reading
Peroneal tendonitis is an overuse injury that happens in athletes. It can be a very persistent problem if not managed properly. The function of the peroneal muscles on the outside of the leg function to support the function of the … Continue reading
Kohlers disease is a problem if the growing navicular bone in the feet of children. It is due to an interruption of the blood supply to the bone. As the bone is at the top of the arch of the … Continue reading