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The Best Shoes for People Who Work on Their Feet

The Best Shoes for People Who Work on Their Feet

If you work in an environment that requires you to be on your feet all day, then you’ll know how important it is to wear shoes that allow you to do your job in comfort. Many of us will have been in a situation where all you can think about is getting home at the end of a shift to rest our aching feet. But what should you be looking for when it comes to the perfect pair of shoes to take you through a working day in comfort?

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5 Things To Do After Foot Surgery

5 Things To Do After Foot Surgery

The lead up to a surgical procedure can be a daunting experience. Anyone that has had any kind of surgical procedure in the past will know that more often than not, the recovery process is more challenging than the operation itself. Typically, foot or ankle conditions and injuries can result in a lot of time in rehabilitation, and that too after a lengthy period of being off your feet completely. This can take some adjustment and if you are struggling to adapt or do not know what to expect, we are here to help. To ease the process, our guide below highlights some of the key things you can do during your recovery from foot surgery.

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Foot Care for Children

Child Foot Care & Back-to-school Shoe Advice

Did you know that in just six months, your child’s feet can grow up to two sizes? This means it is important to choose the right shoes to account for this growth. When choosing the correct shoe size, make sure the shoe is around a 1cm longer than the longest toe. This will allow for growth and elongation of the foot when walking, keeping your child’s feet comfortable.

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Shin Splints: What They Are and How To Prevent Them?

What are Shin Splints and How to Prevent Them

Shin Splints

Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome (MTSS), commonly known as shin splints, is a term that is used to describe the pain felt along the front of the leg, particularly at the shin bone. The pain is typically concentrated in the lower part of the leg between the knee and ankle. A common overuse injury, shin splints affect people who frequently participate in physical activity, putting stress on the muscles and bones of the lower legs. Read More

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Essential Foot Care Tips for The Winter

Essential Foot Care Tips for The Winter

During the winter season, feet are constantly kept in warm socks and closed footwear. It is very important not to forget about your feet and to keep looking after them. Winter brings about different challenges to foot care and below we list some of the ways you can take care of your feet on those chilly winter days. Below are several essential winter foot care tips.

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4 Ways to Avoid Back Pain

4 Ways to Avoid Back Pain

At the moment we are in the middle of Covid-19 lockdown situation, this means that many of us are sitting at home, usually slouched on the sofa, or we are working at short-term home desks, which are not actually fit for that purpose. When you think of this, it is easy to see why lower back pain is something that many people are going to be suffering from at the moment. The thing about back pain is that it is not only incredibly uncomfortable and causes a range of issues, but it is also something that can be prevented.  To help you make sure that you avoid back pain as best you can; we have put together our guide on the 4 easy ways to avoid back pain.

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