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Feedspot Names Dynamic Podiatry in Top 100 Podiatry Blogs Worldwide!

Humbled and Surprised At Dynamic Podiatry we were very surprised and humbled when Feedspot, the world’s leading authority on blogging, made contact to let us know that we had been selected in their Top 100 Podiatry Blogs! You can check out our place in this esteemed list of podiatry blogs by clicking here: Feedspot Top …

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Heel Pain in Children – Sever’s Apophysitis

Sever’s Calcaneal Apophysitis Calcaneal apophysitis (commonly known as Sever’s disease) is a condition that affects the growth plate (apophysis) in your child’s calcaneus (heel). It can be a very painful and debilitating condition as it will regularly prevent children from participating in their favourite activities: whether that be football, netball, basketball, dancing, or any other …

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At Home Workouts

At-Home Workouts for Everyone In the new world of social distancing, many of us are left wondering how to stay active whilst staying at home.  For people who have an established routine at the gym this time can be an opportunity to try some new workout styles.  For those of who have been meaning to …

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Why Do We Need The Intrinsic Muscles of the Foot? [Guide 2019]

The Intrinsic Foot Muscles You may never have heard of the intrinsic muscles of the foot, but these little fellows are helping you to stay upright every time you stand, walk, or run. The extrinsic muscles on the other hand are much better known, they include the calf muscles (soleus and gastrocnemius) and Tibialis Anterior, …

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Running Shoes – How Often Should You Replace Them ?

Running Shoes Need Regular Replacing Most people wait far too long before replacing their running shoes and risk overuse injuries as a result. Generally running shoes should last between 600 and 1000 kilometres, although this depends on your body weight, how often and far you run, the terrain you run on and your running style. …

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Injinji Socks – You’re Going To Love Them!

Injinji Toe Socks Injinji toe socks are rooted in the idea of lightweight socks that allow your toes to ‘Splay naturally and align properly, enabling greater stability and more comfort’ for athletic and daily use. Book online Prevent Blisters Injinji toes socks helps tackle issues that runners face and deal with them at the root. …

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Intoeing Gait – Not Pigeon Toed!

What is Intoeing? In-toeing or ‘pigeon toes’ is very common in young children and is when a person’s feet turn inward (instead of pointing straight ahead or outward). In-toeing may not cause any problems however, in severe cases in-toeing can cause clumsiness and falls where intervention should occur. What Causes Intoeing? There are three main …

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