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Lumbago (Lower Back Pain)

Lumbago – another word for lower back pain – is a prevalent condition affecting the lumbar region of the spine. Experiencing lower back pain can be a frustrating and debilitating issue for many. Let’s look at this ailment and its causes, symptoms, and possible treatment options. What is Lumbago? Lumbago can range from mild discomfort…

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Athlete’s foot

Athlete's foot is a dermatological condition that affects the skin of the feet and can also spread to the toenails. This infection flourishes in warm and humid, which is why it's often contracted in places like swimming pools and changing, hence its name. Keep reading to learn how to recognize and treat athlete's foot effectively.…

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Diabetic feet

Ways to prevent diabetic foot o prevent diabetic foot, it is recommended to monitor your blood sugar level closely is recommended. A proper diet and exercise are essential to maintain a healthy weight. Regularly examine your feet to check for injuries or monitor the evolution of existing wounds. Diabetic foot care is also important and…

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Flat feet 

Consult a chiropodist for a podiatric assessment Did you know that leg or back pain can be related to problems in your feet? With a sedentary lifestyle, it can sometimes be more challenging to discern the cause of pain elsewhere than in the foot. A visit to a podiatric clinic can help you take stock…

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Hallux Rigidus (Big Toe Arthritis)

Prevention Methods for Hallux Rigidus Preventing this condition involves maintaining a healthy weight, wearing well-fitted shoes, avoiding high-impact sports, and seeking timely medical attention for foot injuries. Additionally, regular foot exercises and stretches help maintain joint flexibility and strength, potentially delaying the onset of hallux Rigidus symptoms. Hallux rigidus exercises Several exercises can help maintain…

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How to treat functional hallux limitus

What is the functional Hallux Limitus? Functional Hallux Limitus, or Hallux Limitus, is a relatively common condition where the range of motion (dorsiflexion) of your big toe joint is limited, making it difficult to perform activities that require bending or pushing off with your foot.  Essentially, the metatarsophalangeal (MTP) joint, where your big toe (also…

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Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome

A painful compression of the tibial nerve is what characterizes a tarsal tunnel syndrome. The tibial nerve extends from the back of the calf to the heel and sole of the foot and is encased in the tarsal tunnel, a fibrous canal. When the tissues around this canal become inflamed, they might expand and compress…

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What is cuboid syndrome?

Mobility is essential to your quality of life, whether to stay in shape, do your daily tasks, or fulfill your obligations. Like fractures, the dislocation of a bone in the foot can affect all aspects of your life. Fortunately, cuboid syndrome is an easily preventable and curable condition. Interested in learning what cuboid syndrome feels…

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Foot deformities

Because they are under constant pressure, the feet are a vulnerable part of the body to deformations. These changes can be visible to the naked eye. But when they are not immediately noticed, the consequences can interfere with the patient's quality of life. Knee, pelvis or back pain can gradually set in. To avoid these…

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Leg venous insufficiency problems

Performing a podiatric assessment in a FootNetwork clinic Although leg venous insufficiency disorders are a specific problem, their symptoms can sometimes be confused with other ailments related to foot health. A podiatric exam and recommendations from our chiropodists can help you take the necessary steps to prevent your venous insufficiency symptoms from worsening. Contact us…

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