Flat feet can cause a lot of different problems. From the feet themselves, all the way up to the back, fallen arches can cause us a great deal of pain. It’s understandable therefore that you may be worried that your child has flat feet. Fortunately, this is rarely a problem in children. In this blog, we will outline the signs that suggest it may be an issue, as well as those worrying signs that are actually harmless.
Flat feet may not sound like the most problematic health issue, but the reality is that the smallest change in your feet will have a ripple effect on the rest of your body.In this blog, we’re going to look at how flat feet can affect your health.
Most conditions that only become evident after a child begins walking are not cause for major concern, but it is still a good idea to know what sort of issues could arise, and understand the medical reasons behind them. Here are some of the most common paediatric foot problems.
Taping is a relatively new phenomenon that is increasingly gaining mainstream popularity because of its wide range of uses for both training and recovery purposes. In this blog, we will look specifically at the benefits that taping can have on your feet.
Although most parents know the basics of child healthcare, there are some conditions that require specialist care. Podiatric conditions, referring to the afflictions of the lower extremities, are ranked highly amongst the most common health problems in children.