Ask 200 runners attending the giant NEC show in January in Birmingham what tips they would offer and you get 117 replies.
How you project your image is important and to do this your message must be clear and focused. In this book the author considers the whole skeleton of talking effectively with the powerful use of personal experience in the form of anecdotes. This handy size book is culled from 40 years of experience in the business.
Stretching. Does it work – a critical review of evidence? Would it surprise you to know that plantar fasciitis confuses the medical profession? The reason is simple. The complexity of diagnosis and treatment options... Accurate diagnosis & correct management...
Making decisions based on facts: Bunion surgery - when is the best age? I am always dubious about making fast decisions when treating the big toe for bunions (Hallux valgus). For that matter, I prefer my patients to observe caution, so all...
Thoughts and attitudes of the medical profession about patient’s accessing the internet for information are probed. A realistic view of the value, the dangers with some anecdotal experience from the author’s own family. This helps answer the question should we or should we not look things up for ourselves?
'Winter is coming again!'Welcome to my article 'Winter is coming!' where I will cover a bit about options to protect feet from the cold without the usual hard sell. Please click on my self-help advice sheet. An article on Trench Foot reminds us...
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Waging War on heel pain and fasciitis makes a very useful contribution to my Pain Series this month on ConsultingFootPain. We all seek reliable and trusted material. Footlocker aims to take foot health material, sometimes of dubious nature, and check it out for readers so that they know the value behind that information. The feature in this article covers heel pain also known, perhaps incorrectly as fasciitis. A free sheet on self-help is included at the end of the article.
It may seem a hackneyed expression, but I wish that I had had this book whilst at college. For a student, or someone with a passion for skin, this book is a must for the podo-dermatologist, if not, dare I say, all serious podiatrists. We spend our life dealing with skin and so knowledge of the cellular activity is important.
This short article looks at common heel pain associated with fasciitis, repetitive heel pad strain, Sever’s disease and Haglund’s heel bump for adults and adolescents. Some self-help guidance is offered with reference to other sites.