Exercise and Sport

Common Foot Injuries in Dancers

Ballet and Dance, although graceful and majestic, is notorious for how tough it can be on the body. Dancers put in hours of work in training. Learning routines. Practicing lifts. All for the end of year concert.

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Running Shoe Tips

The breakdown of the materials and construction used in running shoes increase your risk for injury. As a result most injuries I see as a podiatrist are caused by worn out footwear. The midsole is where we get cushioning when we run and often wears out long before the upper.

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When To See A Podiatrist?

Podiatrists are experts when it comes to all things foot health related. Podiatrists have spent 4 years at university being trained to help prevent, diagnose and treat a range of foot and lower limb injuries and medical conditions.

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Archies Thong Stockist

Walk On Podiatry now stock and supply Archies Support Thongs that can be worn by anyone who wants an unbelievably comfortable thong.

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Everything You Need To Know About Netball Shoes

Finding the right netball shoe can be a tricky task especially when there are so many things that you need to think about; cushioning, durability, grip just to name a few.

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How To Choose The Right Football Boot

Here are a few tips to help you know how to choose the right football boot. With the footy season well and truly in full swing, we often get all types of questions regarding football boots. The Football boots we buy are often chosen because we see our favourite player wearing them.

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Cycling and foot pain

Lower leg and foot injuries due to cycling are often caused by poor preparation, poor technique/skill, inappropriate gear/ bike set-up, inappropriate shoes, poor technique and overuse.

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Comfortable Orthotics

We believe that it is possible to make an orthotic device that fits and feels comfortable for everyone who wears them. Here are 4 reasons your orthotic mightn't feel right.

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Foot tips for Triathletes. 5 Important foot tips that can make or break a race

To get through your races as unscathed as possible, I’ve put together my 5 top foot tips for Triathletes.

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Runners or Cross Trainers…Which should I buy?

 In short, yes, you can use a running shoe if you plan on walking and don’t intend to do any running but there are some significant differences between runners and cross trainers that many of us don’t know and it is important to make sure you are using the right shoe for your desired activity.

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