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Forefoot Pain

Background Pain in the forefoot inclusive of the toes and metatarsophalangeal joints is an extremely common presentation to podiatrists. It can affect two main anatomical

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Strength Training for Runners

No weights required. Strength and mobility for running! https://youtu.be/y9wJWdAXzWA I cannot take credit for this, Ben Patrick aka @kneesovertoesguy has created this masterpiece, beautiful in

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Cracked Heels

Seasonal changes and their corresponding effects on our choices of footwear can bring about the dryness and discomfort associated with cracked heels. It’s a vicious

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Corns and Calluses

A common thing that podiatrist’s treat are hard skin lesions such as corns and callus that can build up on the feet. These generally form

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Ingrown Toenails

Ingrown Toenails aka Onychocryptosis Hey guys, I wanted to address a super common issue I see in the clinic almost daily. Ingrown Toenails. Maybe you

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