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Orthotics Toronto and Support

Who Can Get Foot Pain? Being a distance runner, I have had my fair share of experience with overuse conditions. It does not matter whether you are a runner or someone who walks everywhere for transportation, or even an office worker, repetitive movements over time can result in overuse injuries. There has been many trends…

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A Downtown Toronto Foot Doctor Supplies Some Advice for Golfers

We’re one Downtown Toronto foot doctor that confesses to loving the links. One of the best times to go golfing is when the leaves start to fall. And that’s soon. Having a good swing is about more than how you connect with the ball. The ball of your foot, heel and toe are all important…

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Downtown Toronto Podiatrist Tips for Your Fall Athletes

Being a downtown Toronto podiatrist for years means we see different issues as the seasons change. Young athletes suffer a sharp spike in the number of foot and ankle injuries when the leaves start to fall. Basketball, football and soccer are the sports that cause a lot of broken bones and sprains for your children.…

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Foot Pain Often Requires Glute and Core Strengthening

Foot Pain Often Requires Glute and Core Strengthening  As a foot specialist I spend a lot of time hearing about people’s foot pain. I also am able to listen to their history and connect the dots to what may have resulted in a foot condition. To be honest, it is rarely just one thing, other…

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Plantar Fasciitis – Tips from a Chiropodist and Elite Distance Runner

What is Plantar Fasciits? The plantar fascia is a deep connective tissue on the bottom of your foot. It helps you walk and aids to stabilize the foot. The cause of this stubborn condition is a combination of tightness and weakness due to overuse.   Why Does it Happen? The pain is caused by the plantar…

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Here’s How to Make Hiking Good for Your Feet

Because we are a caring Toronto foot doctor team , we want you to have information on popular activities like hiking. Everyone enjoys the beauty of the great outdoors. There’s a lot of health benefits too. All that walking can put some strain on your feet. That’s why we put together some ideas on how…

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What You Need to Know About an Ankle Sprain

As an experienced Toronto foot doctor and chiropodist, we are able to treat and educate our patients at the same time. Our attitude is simple. If something is bothering you, we want to find out why. Educating our patients is just as important to us as fixing their foot issues. An ankle sprain is an…

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When You Need to See a Toronto Podiatrist / Chiropodist

People have bumps and bruises on their feet all the time. This blog will tell you when you need to see a Toronto Podiatrist/ Chiropodist Heel Pain Achilles /tendinitis and Plantar Fasciitis are two big reasons for heel pain, especially in the morning. Plantar Fasciitis is characterized by a sharp pain directly underneath your heal.…

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Treating Plantar Fasciitis with Shockwave and Orthotics Downtown Toronto

The Nature of Plantar Fasciits If you are one of those many people who suffer from foot pain, we have solutions for you! I try my best to stay current in the recent advances in academic literature. I want to share some recent findings with you! One of the most common conditions I find in…

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Toronto Podiatrist/Chiropodist Tips for Keeping Senior Feet Healthy.

As your Toronto podiatrist and chiropodist who cares, we keep on top of all the latest information for seniors. Recently, we found some data from The Centers for Disease and Prevention Control in the United States. It reports slips and falls are the number one reason seniors hurt themselves. Studies have found those with foot…

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Pain on the Ball of the Feet

Do you suffer from pain located on or near the ball/ balls of the feet? This term is a generic name for metatarsalgia, which has many different forms of manifestation.  It can be localized to the smaller area or it can be located under the big toe. Typically those who use their feet a lot…

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3 Points on Orthotics and Support Downtown Toronto

We are finally getting warmer weather in Toronto!  Warm weather means footwear changes and walks outside in the sunshine! Summer footwear usually means sandals, flats or less supportive shoes. There is a lot of confusion on less supportive footwear, minimal, support and orthotics. I recently went to a Harvard Sports Medicine foot and ankle injuries conference and I want to…