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April 21, 2021

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Writer and podiatrist in Croydon, Melbourne, Australia.


The Archie Arch Supporting Flip Flops

Flip flops (or ‘thongs’ in Australia and jandals in New Zealand) are a popular and convenient form of footwear, especially in the warmer climates. They can be somewhat of a problem if you have a foot condition that needs some  →
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Should you wear ‘ballet flats’?

Ballet flats really are a specific footwear design inspired by the shoes worn by ballet. By design these footwear are extremely minimal. The footwear does not much on the foot apart from cover the foot and come in a wide  →
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What is a Charcot’s Foot in Diabetes

Charcot’s foot is one of the many problems which can happen in people that have diabetes. The increased blood sugar levels that stem from diabetes affect numerous body systems for example the eye, kidneys and also nerves. In long standing  →
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What are chilblains?

Chilblains are a common condition of the toes within the colder climates. Chilblains are as a consequence of a undesirable response of the tiny arteries to a change in temperatures. Normally when the feet become cool the tiny blood vessels  →
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How to get rid of chilblains?

Chilblains are what is known as a vasospasm problem of the foot, although they could now and again impact other parts of the body. Vasospastic means that there exists a spasm with the small muscles that encompass the little blood  →
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What does a podiatrist do?

A podiatrist is a clinician who has a large amount of education in the treating of foot problems. Podiatrists have in depth understanding of just how the feet work, and this knowledge could be used to help with everything from  →
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