At Consltingfootpain helping yourself to start with intelligently is my aim but with the understanding that there is always professional support as well. Knowledge makes your ability more able to understand and manage a condition such as a bunion.
The stiff toe joint affects the big toe for men and women but with self-help pain and stiffness can be helped early rather than if left to worsen in years to come. You may not be able to fix it but at least an early start may keep you from having to have surgery.
My first post back in 2013 was written around Jo’s bunion surgery. It is as relevant today as it was then even though I now longer practice surgery myself.
When asked about what to have in a first aid kit, I wrote this article for a reader to help support her after a number of incidents in the kitchen. First aid and second aid are considered…
If you are looking for a good information site for foot problems look no further you have found it. It’s a good question, where do you go for foot problems. I set out to help people everywhere having retired after 40+ years of clinical practice. As an educator and communicator I decided to set up this site. Access is free for all and there are no adverts. If you don’t find what you are looking for write to me whether you are in Europe, Asia or states side. This is a site for anyone and everyone.
In this brief article I want to encourage everyone to write and here I use some examples of people who have been able to benefit from joining with me at ConsultingFootPain through Busypencilcase Reflective Communications. Anyone can write and help is close at hand.
This is a second part of a two part article on pain and medication with an emphasis on the foot. Both articles are general and the reader should seek other topics available on this website consultingfootpain.co.uk
The second ankle joint is often unspoken about because it is little understood by the public at large. Even qualified health professionals struggle. With the help of some diagrams and carefully selected videos David will take you through this joint to open up more about why we sprain our ankle.
The big question why some of us deteriorate faster than others remains an interesting topic. Should we exercise and are there consequences. As usual a few examples are used, not least from my own life’s experience.
Taylor Downing writes for his village magazine a short piece on walking, the benefits and science based on a recent book he shares by Shane O’Mara. ConsultingFootPain is delighted to be able to reproduce this article with his kind permission with a little bit of editorial comments.