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Feet Facts Blog

We know how much you love having up-to-date information to help keep your feet healthy and active, so we've put together a special Feet Facts Blog for you!

If you have any specific topics you want to hear about contact us and let us know and we'll post some information for you!

From the team at Active Foot Clinic.

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Child suffering with Growing Pains?

22 May 2017 2:33 PM -

Half price comprehensive assessments with qualified podiatrists this week only, just book below or call 6925 8637. Limited appointments available. Read on for more details.

Growing pain...

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Online bookings for Podiatrists in Wagga, Albury and Wodonga now available 24/7

19 Apr 2017 11:12 PM -

Making an appointment with us is now so easy, right here online 24 hours a day 7 days a week! You can do this through our facebook page for your favourite podia...

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Ben's Wagga Takes 2 Debut!

19 Apr 2017 11:07 PM -

Ben Hinton (left) is about to make his Wagga Takes 2 debut for Country Hope, a great local charity that supports local kids with serious illnesses and their families.

How ar...

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Forefoot Pain

19 Apr 2017 7:52 PM -

The ball of your foot is a complex network of bones, muscles, ligaments, joint capsules and nerves. A through history, detailed questioning and expert knowledge of the anatomy of the foot is required to identify your painful struct...

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Orthotics and sport

27 Mar 2017 4:13 PM -

It is not uncommon for our patients to ask "Can I wear my orthotics for sport?". Our response is yes!

Orthotics are designed to improve your alignment, modifying forces within your lower ...

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Your child's sitting position and pigeon toes

27 Mar 2017 4:09 PM -

The sitting position of your child is very important. Getting them to sit with their legs crossed in front of them is an ideal position for ideal postural development.

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27 Mar 2017 2:15 PM -

Bunions appear to be a bump on the side of your big toe, however the visible bump actually reflects changes in the bony framework of the front part of the foot. With a bunion, rather than pointing straight ahead the big toe leans toward the sec...

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Flat feet? What is over pronation? Half price assessment, save $40

20 Feb 2017 2:54 PM -

The biomechanics of how we walk and move is important and ensures that we remain pain and injury free, unfortunately over-pronation, or flat feet (as podiatrists we call it pes planus), is a common biomechanical problem that occurs when your ar...

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Laser Therapy for Fungal Nails

16 Jan 2017 1:35 PM -

Nail Fungus (or onychomycosis) is one of the most common nail conditions treated by our Podiatrists, it is estimated that more than 10 per cent of the population have this condition. Fungal infection of nails is most common in the to...

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Secrets to smooth & pain free feet!

8 Dec 2016 9:14 AM -

With the festive party season in full swing and holidays just around the corner, podiatrists are urging everyone to take extra caution, to stay safe, injury-free and happy this Christmas. The best Christmas present you can yourself and famil...

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Podiatry & Children's Sports

15 Nov 2016 9:18 AM -

We all know that there are many benefits to children participating in sporting programs. These benefits include improved cardiovascular and musculoskeletal health, learning skills such as teamwork, self-discipline, and healthy habits that can...

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What is sesamoiditis?

10 Oct 2016 8:00 AM -

Sesamoiditis is a common ailment of the plantar forefoot, causing pain in the ball of the foot specifically under the big toe joint. The sesamoid bones are very small bones which are located under the big toe joint within the tendons that run...

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Our podiatrists at the Henty Field Days!

18 Sep 2016 4:03 PM -

We're going to the Henty Field Days this week!

Over Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday this week (20th-22nd Septempber) we will be doing free foot screenings,...

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What is posterior tibial tendonitis?

15 Sep 2016 10:36 PM -

Tendonitis in the foot is a common problem because we use our feet continuously when playing sport. One of the most frequently affected tendons is the posterior tibial tendon, a structure that is normally hard at work, throughout the contact...

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