An ankle sprain is a common injury that occurs when one or more ligaments on your ankle are overstretched or twisted. Any awkward twists or turns may lead to abnormal joint stresses that may cause a sprain or ligament damage as severe as a tear. The ligaments that surround your ankle hold your bones together.

Why Ankle Sprain?

It is most common in people who perform sports activities. All ligaments in your ankle have a certain extent up to which they can move to protect your joints. It causes a sprain when those ligaments are forced to move out of their limits.

The major ligaments of the ankle are the anterior tibiofibular ligament, the lateral collateral ligaments, and the deltoid ligaments. There are mainly two types of ankle sprain such as medial ligament injury and lateral ligament injury. A medial ankle sprain occurs when the deltoid ligament on the inside of the ankle joint is stretched too far. The medial ankle ligaments are sturdy structures on the side of the ankle joint. Based on the severity of the twists or injury, sprains have been classified as mild, moderate, and severe. It is a rare type of ankle injury as the medial ligaments are strong. However, it will take more time to heal than other ankle sprains.

The majority of the ankle sprains are lateral ligament injuries, also known as inversion injuries. Your foot forcefully twists inward and the ligaments are torn due to the rapid shift. This type of injury is most common in sports stars, athletes, and martial artists. They are also prone to chronic ankle sprains as the history of previous injuries and poor care are the main risk factors.

Other risk factors include:

  • Repeated stretching of ligaments due to daily activities
  • Sports activities
  • Poor or incorrectly fitted footwear
  • High Heels
  • Walking through risky surfaces
  • Poor physical strength
  • Any actions or falls that causes your ankle to move out of its normal position

When to see the doctor? : Signs & Symptoms

The primary symptom of an ankle sprain is obvious pain and swelling in the ankle. Putting pressure on your ankle with movement or placing weight will be painful and it may spread around the whole ankle. The signs and symptoms include:

  • Tenderness and bruising
  • Difficulty or uneasiness in movements
  • Stiffness on the affected foot
  • Instability in walking

How can I treat Ankle Sprain? : Treatment options

Treatment options need to be decided on the basis of the severity of injuries on your ankle. Surgeries are not required in most cases unless ligaments are torn completely.

Initial Assessment – In this step, the doctor will conduct a physical examination to study the signs and symptoms. It will be helpful in understanding the severity of the symptoms and injury. The doctor may also use an X-Ray, MRI Scan, or Ultrasound Scan during the initial assessment.

Treatment – The doctor will first educate you on your particular injury and how to manage this. He uses conservative treatments methods include:

  • Ice treatment – helps to reduce inflammation in the affected area.
  • Complete foot care measures – educate you about home treatments and care.
  • Suggest the best shoes and suitable Moon Boots as per your condition.
  • Help with physiotherapy
  • Prescribe non-steroidal and anti-inflammatory drugs to reduce pain.
  • Other options to reduce activity and limit motions
  • Do the regular assessment

According to studies, more than 90% of ankle sprains are treated without surgery. However, the duration of the treatments may vary depends on the type of symptoms and injury.


Health & Style Medical Centre, the first private podiatry practice in Abu Dhabi, aspire to provide the most up to date knowledge and understanding of the lower limb whilst delivering world-class service to our patients with the aid of state of the art Podiatry equipment.

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Flat Feet: Types, Symptoms, assessment and Treatment

Flat feet is typically a painless condition or postural deformity in which the arches of your feet are flattening and completely in contact with the ground.

What happens if you have Flat Feet?

The arch of your foot helps to support your body weight and provides stability and balance. People with flat feet condition have a very little arch or no arch as their feet are flattened on the floor. Although it is painless, it can cause pain on your ankles and foot when your leg muscles are overburdened to carry out the functions of the foot arch.

You need to be aware of the fact that not all flat feet are deformities. Some with flat feet condition may not have problems in their lives and daily activities. However, there are some other conditions that are related to flat feet. It could be a reason for the growth of bunions and hammertoes. It can also cause pain in your heel, arch, ankle, knee, hip, and ultimately your lower back.

What causes Flat Feet?

Genetic factors are the most common cause of flat foot as children can have this condition by hereditary. Flat foot caused due to genetic condition cannot be prevented, but we can prevent it from being worse.

According to the studies, the condition of flat feet or fallen arches is most common in infants and children. However, arches can become high or normal as children grow. Your foot arches usually develop during the infant and childhood stages.

Some people have birth deformities like the tarsal coalition that cause flat foot. A tarsal coalition is an unusual connection that grows between two bones within the back of the foot, known as the tarsal bones. This may lead to restricted movement and fallen arches.  Some other rare causes include:

  • Abnormalities in fetal development.
  • Damage to the plantar fascia, the thick tissue that protects foot bones.
  • Wear and tear and getting older
  • Obesity

When to see the doctor? : Signs & Symptoms

The important thing for most people to understand is that not all flat feet need to be treated as long as the condition is not causing any problems for you. But it is strongly recommended to see the doctor if you have flat feet and you are suffering with:

  • Pain in the ankle, knee, or hip.
  • Trouble in walking or body balance
  • Numbness and tingling

How can I treat Flat Feet? : Treatment options

Treatment options need to be decided on the basis of what type of flat feet you have. There are usually two types of fallen arches: functional and structural. In the case of a functional flat foot, your foot is flexible and the arch is visible when it is not on the ground. It becomes flat when you stand and in contact with the ground. Structural flat foot is more complicated as it is a condition due to abnormal foot structure or deformities like a tarsal coalition.

Initial Assessment – The first and most important part of treatment is to decide the need and type of treatment.  In this step, the podiatrist will find whether your condition is a functional flat foot or a structural flat foot. The doctor will:

  • Observe your stance
  • Assess different foot positions
  • Ask questions on signs & symptoms and conditional problems
  • Measurement of feet can be done using a variety of instruments such as Pedoscope, Goniometer (to measure foot angles), and computerized pressure analysis mapping.
  • refer X-Ray or Ultrasound scan

Treatment – The podiatrist will first educate you on your particular condition and how to manage this. Being aware of the abnormality and following conservative care prescribed by the doctor will help you to manage the flat feet and prevent it from getting worse. Podiatrist will:

  • Help you with complete foot care
  • Prescribe strengthening and stretching exercises.
  • Suggest best shoes, insoles orthotics, and other shoe inserts that provides anatomical arch support.
  • Help with physiotherapy
  • Prescribe non-steroidal and anti-inflammatory drugs to reduce pain.
  • Do regular assessment

In severe abnormalities and structural deformities, the podiatrist will recommend surgery. It is rarely needed and will be helpful if conservative care is not worked well. Surgery can be effective if the problem is with your bones, tissues, or muscles. However, a combination of both surgery and conservative foot care can assure you better support to live well with flat feet.


Health & Style Medical Centre, the first private podiatry practice in Abu Dhabi, aspire to provide the most up to date knowledge and understanding of the lower limb whilst delivering world class service to our patients with the aid of state of the art Podiatry equipment.

HSMC will do most effective and advanced treatment for Flat Feet.

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Bunion: Types, Symptoms, assessment, and Treatment

A Bunion is a bony growth normally affecting the big joints of the feet. Genetic factors are being considered as the major cause of bunions.  However, there are some other factors such as types of shoes that you wear, activities, and other injuries that you had in the past that could all influence the occurrence of a bunion. These factors can also cause a small bunion to develop into a larger one.

How to prevent bunions formation?

Generally, there is not a really great answer to this concern. It is always suggested to protect your feet by wearing good shoes and pay attention to any pressure that is being placed on the toe.

Bunions are generally painful and they start off mild and can get worse. It comes in all sorts of sizes and shapes. There are mainly two types of Bunions. One is being formed due to wearing bad shoes. It pushes your big toe over the little toes and the inflammation overtime builds bone. In the other type, you are born with bunions.

The definition of bad shoes has no relation to how expensive your shoes are. Sometimes the most expensive shoes can be worse. You should always need shoes that will fit your foot.

How to Treat Bunions?

As a bunion gets more symptomatic and starts to rub on your shoe that is the time when you should treat it. If a bunion development is found, the treatment starts with easy conservative measures to hopefully avoid it from progressing. But, it is not always successful. Bunions treatment uses different devices like toe sleeves or toe spacers and bunion splints which are used to wrap around the toe to pull it over. Sometimes you need to have surgery that will help to ensure that the bunion is not as much of a problem.  In the case of surgery, the surgeon will try to tailor the particular surgery to the individual as there are many other options. It will involve correcting both alignments of the bones, joints, and even correcting the ligaments.

The recovery time after surgery can be varied depending upon the particular surgery that is being chosen. In some cases, you can use boots or shoes immediately after the surgery to walk. But there are other cases where you have to be very careful to protect the bunion. You are not allowed to wear shoes and walk for the first few weeks until it is safe to do so.

The techniques and the options which correct bunions have grown to the point where fast recoveries are possible with less invasive techniques. At present, bunion recovery is much easier than it has been in the past.


Health & Style Medical Centre, the first private podiatry practice in Abu Dhabi, aspire to provide the most up to date knowledge and understanding of the lower limb whilst delivering world-class service to our patients with the aid of state of the art Podiatry equipment.

HSMC will do the most effective and advanced treatment for Bunions.

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Comprehensive diabetic foot screening and foot care

Foot problems are a critical cause of morbidity in patients with diabetes. Research shows the lifetime chance of a foot ulcer for patients with type 1 or 2 diabetes is very high. A possibly preventable starting event, most regularly minor injury that causes cutaneous damage, can frequently be identified. These perceptions outline the significance of frequent assessment of the feet in patients with diabetes to recognize those at risk for foot ulceration. According to studies, efficient screening examinations for neuropathic and vascular involvement of the lower limits and cautious review of feet may considerably diminish morbidity from foot problems.

Risk Factors

Screening of foot in diabetes is a fundamental portion of the examination carried out by the Podiatry Division. The point of this examination is to decide any risk factors as early as possible. The risk of ulcers or amputations is increased in individuals who have the following risk factors:

  • Previous amputation
  • Previous incident of foot ulcer
  • Peripheral neuropathy
  • Foot deformities
  • Poor glycemic control
  • Cigarette smoking
  • Diabetic kidney disease (especially patients on dialysis)
  • Visual impairment
  • Peripheral vascular disease (PVD)
  • Pre-ulcerative callus or corn


How does diabetic foot screening work?

A diabetic foot exam thoroughly examines the foot health issues in diabetic patients. The issues incorporate infection, injury, and bone abnormalities. Nerve damage and poor blood circulation are the most common causes of diabetic foot issues. It is strongly recommended that individuals with diabetes must do a foot exam at least once a year. You’ll require an exam more regularly in the event that your feet have any of the indications like Tingling, Numbness, Pain, Burning sensation, Swelling, and walking difficulty.

A diabetic foot exam is usually being done by a podiatrist. A foot doctor who specializes in keeping feet healthy and treating diseases of the feet is known as a podiatrist. The exam usually includes a few step-by-step assessments.

General assessment: Try to know your health history and any problems you’ve had with your feet in the past. Ask questions about your footwear as shoes that don’t fit well or uncomfortable can lead to foot health problems.

Dermatological assessment: This is mainly to check for various skin problems such as dry skin, cracking, calluses, blisters, and ulcers. Examines cracked toenail or fungal infection and a thorough fungal infection check will be done between the toes.

Neurological assessments:  Consist of four other tests such as Monofilament test, Tuning fork and visual perception test (VPT), Pinprick test, and Ankle reflexes test. Monofilament test will check the touch sensitivity of your foot whereas VPT uses a tuning fork against your foot to see if you can feel the vibration. Pinprick test uses a small pin to poke the bottom of your foot to see if you can feel it. During Ankle reflexes test, your reflexes will be tested by tapping your foot with a small reflex hammer.

Musculoskeletal assessment: Examines the shape and structure of your foot and it helps in identifying any abnormalities.

Vascular assessment: It aims to check the proper blood circulation. Doppler ultrasound imaging technology is used to test the blood flow if you have symptoms of poor circulation.

Is there anything more to know?

You don’t require any exclusive preparations for a diabetic foot screening. It is always risk-free to have a diabetic foot exam. If a problem is found, the podiatrist will likely recommend more frequent testing. Other treatments may include antibiotics for foot infections and surgery to help with bone deformities. Though there is no treatment for foot nerve damage, there are treatments that can relieve pain and improve function like skincare creams and physiotherapy.

Diabetic patients are always prone to a serious risk of foot health. However, you can keep your feet healthy to some extend with caring. Always take care of your diabetes and try to keep your blood sugar normal level. It is strongly recommended to do a foot exam at least once a year and increase the frequency of screening if you or your doctor finds a problem. Observe your feet every day to check for any new issues like wounds, sores, ulcers, toenail cracks, and other changes in your feet. This is always helpful to find and address problems early. Keep your feet neat and clean and wearing shoes and socks at all times is advisable. Do not use shoes that are uncomfortable and unfit. Trim your toenails regularly and gently smooth nail edges. Keep your feet away from excess heat and cold. Aware of good blood circulation and let the blood flowing to your feet. You can choose to put your feet up when sitting. Say a big NO to cigarette smoking as it reduces blood flow to the feet and causes slow healing of wounds.

All patients with diabetes and particularly those with high-risk foot conditions and their families should be provided general education about risk factors and appropriate management.

Always remember:

  • Inspect and wash your feet daily
  • Carefully trim nails
  • Wear properly fitting shoes and don’t go barefoot
  • Manage diabetics by having good diet, right exercising, monitoring blood sugar and regularly taking your medications.
  • If you do notice any sores on your feet, see your health care provider as soon as possible.


Health & Style Medical Centre, the first private podiatry practice in Abu Dhabi, aspire to provide the most up to date knowledge and understanding of the lower limb whilst delivering world class service to our patients with the aid of state of the art Podiatry equipment.

HSMC will do most effective and advanced diabetic foot screening.

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Feet helps us stand high and proceed further. From crawling to running, feet is our ultimate companion. But often we ignore and tend to take less care of our feet. We do take care of our hands since they are more visible, but somehow we end up forgetting the necessity of taking care of our feet.

Like that was not enough, the cherry on the top is we often harbor some common myths about our feet. These myths have no scientific logic or explanation but because great grandma told us so, we consider it as an ultimate truth. These myths need to be addressed.

4 Myths about Foot Care

Myth 1: Diabetic Foot Ulcer Doesn’t Need Treatment Since It Doesn’t Hurt

Truth: What if we tell you that there is pain but you just don’t feel it? Yes, that is true. Diabetes can damage your nerve and that is why you don’t feel pain. Diabetes can even result in poor blood flow to your feet which increase the probability of having ulcer and infection. Therefore they should never ever be ignored.

Myth 2: Plantar Warts Can Be Dealt with Duct Tape or Salve

Truth: We have a whole article on this subject. Do visit our blog about plantar warts to know more. In a nutshell, you cannot solve plantar warts with mere duct tapes and salve. They can even spread and cause more infection. So if you are facing this problem, do consult with doctors or contact us.

Myth 3:

The development of bunions entirely depends on the shoes you are wearing.

Truth: Again we have an article on this subject too, read it here. Yes, it is true that shoes can be one of the reasons of bunions but obviously not the only reason. Bunions are mostly resultants of ankle twists and they can also be inherited or from any kind of previous deformity.

Myth 4: Heel Pain Means Heel Spur

Heel spur is surely one of the reasons for heel pain but there are several other reasons too. Do check our blog on heel spur. Few of the reasons for heel pain can be

• Plantar Fasciitis
• Achilles tendinitis
• Arthritis
• Infection
• an autoimmune problem trauma
• a neurological problem
• some other systemic condition

So crux of the matter is, if there’s a pain in your heel, better consult with a doctor and don’t act one.
We are expert in any feet problem, feel free to consult with us for any problem that you are facing.


Fitness is a very important aspect of life and wise people say until and unless you are completely fit and healthy, no matter how wealthy you are, you can never be happy.

A lot of people correlate physical activity with fitness which is a right thing to do. Having said that, there are a lot of myths about different physical activities/exercises which we would like to break in our myth breaker series. In this first episode of the series we would like to break few myths about running and jogging.

Running and jogging are known to be one of the most effective exercises. After swimming, running and jogging are the most effective exercises to burn calories. Since swimming is not feasible for a lot of people, many people depend on running/jogging for their daily exercises. But there are certain myths around jogging which we would like to address here.

Here are 5 Common Jogging or Running Myths

Myth 1: You Will Be Burning 1000 Kcal for 1 Hour of Jogging

Truth: The amount of calorie you will be burning is completely dependent on the pace that you have. Yes, you can burn 1000 kcal in an hour of jogging but only when you run 10 km/hour speed. If you run at 6 km/hour speed, you will be burning close to 600 kcal.

Myth 2: It’s Good to Run On Road or Hard Surface in The Park

Truth: It is never ever recommended to run on a hard surface. It can lead to multiple complications of your feet. It can increase the possibility of heel spur, it can also cause plantar fasciitis. If you are facing any heel pain or feet problem, you should immediately consult with a doctor. You can also reach to us here.

Myth 3: Your Normal Sneakers Are Fine for Jogging/Running

Truth: When you are running or jogging, you are putting a lot of stress on your feet and therefore your feet needs special care. Just any random sneakers will not do justice to your feet since the requirement is entirely dependent on the design on your feet, your biomechanics, your weight, and any injury if you might have. Therefore you would need a specially designed shoes custom made for you. This might cost you some extra money but if you get injured, that will cost you even more. We would recommend contacting PodiatryAbuDhabi for any such requirement.

Myth 4: You Need to Jog/Run Every Day

Truth: The frequency of your jogging and your resting both are equally important for your healthy body. If you run 7 days a week, you wouldn’t get any resting period and thus it will not do any good to you. We would recommend jogging 5 days a week.

Myth 5: With Proper Practice, Everyone Can Run Marathon

Truth: It might sound demotivating but around 20% joggers/runners will never be able to complete a marathon since they don’t have a muscle mass which can help them to run long distance. Therefore if you cannot complete a marathon, don’t lose heart, it’s not the end of the world.

Hope this knowledge helps! For any complication for your heel/feet, feel free to contact us here.


Although our feet do a lot of work for us, they are often the most ignored part of our body. A good foot massage can have many benefits for us and hence it has been practiced in different cultures as part of its traditions.

Here are the Top 5 Unexpected Benefits of Foot Massage

Helps us Sleep Better:

A relaxing foot massage can help the body unwind. A foot massage just before going to bed will encourage restful sleep. There are many acupuncture points on our feet which when massaged or pressed with a right amount of force helps us to sleep better.

Improves Blood Circulation:

Even 10 minutes of daily foot massage can help improve blood circulation. Also foot massage will stimulate the lymphatic system and prevent varicose veins. Although a foot massage does wonder to our circulation system, but it is not always enough. You need to wear proper footwear which will not hamper the normal circulation in the feet. That is why it is not advisable to wear very tight shoes.

Helps you Relax:

Many of us due to our jobs have to wait and stand for long hours. After a long tiring day the best way to rest is through a soothing foot massage. It relives the feet of stress and fatigue.

Fights Depression:

Although this might not be known but a study published in 2010 had proved that foot massage provides consolation in times of adapting to changes in life and during grieving periods. This has something to do with the science of reflexology and acupuncture.

Relief from Pain:

It is advisable to use warm oil for foot massage so that it easily penetrate deep in the skin. You can start with gentle yet firm strokes at home.

For reflexology you can visit our podiatry clinic to get treatment from experts for any kind of foot ache.


The Almighty’s best creation is mankind. But in this entire human race, the Supreme Power has taken care to make each individual different. No two people have the same finger prints! Wow! But just as versatile we are as individuals; we seemingly have different foot types. None can be called as a deviancy. It would be better to call it as ‘different’. But our foot types can become painful. Each foot type has different set of problems and requires special care. Keeping this in mind we have a range of orthopaedic insoles available with us. Arch and heel pain, plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendonitis and other foot problems can be taken care by insoles. All these problems arise from not having enough support while we stand or walk. Your foot doctor will suggest you to go for custom orthotics or insoles based upon the severity of pain. Orthopaedic arch supports can be worn by people who are cautious about not developing any sort of foot problem in future. These insoles are designed by engineers taking factors like balance and cushioning into consideration.

Ladies more often cause harm to their foot by wearing heels. Although heels look nice and are high on fashion, they are in no way in compliance with the health of our foot. They can cause much irreversible harm. But with orthotic insoles you can get the stability and support you need. They are mostly semi-rigid in structure for flexibility and cushioning. There is a special heel cradle which gives you extra comfort while walking. Orthopaedic insoles are mostly mobile, which means that no matter which shoe you choose to wear in a particular day, you can always insert them into it. Orthotic insoles are also effective in flat foot problem. Our Podiatry clinic is a one stop solution for all kinds of insoles in Abu Dhabi.

Read More:
Health Benefits of Foot Massage
Gout Pain Causes & Treatment
Plantar Fasciitis – Causes and Treatments


What is Gout?

Gout is one kind on inflammatory arthritis which is caused by a buildup of uric acid crystals in the joints which is caused by too much uric acid in the blood. It causes a sudden burning sensation with pain, stiffness and swelling in a joint. These attacks may keep reoccurring until and unless it is treated.

Causes of Gout

As mentioned above, Gout is mainly caused because of excessive uric acid in the blood. Uric acid comes from purines, a chemical compound found mainly in high protein foods, such as meat, poultry and seafood. Uric acid generally is dissolved in blood and is excreted from the body in urine via the kidneys. But if too much uric acid is produced and blood is not able to dissolve it or if not enough uric acid is excreted from the body, it can build up needle like crystals which sometimes is found in joints.

There are few factors which increase the probability of Gout, these are,
Age and Gender: Since men produce more uric acid than women, it is more likely to be seen in men. However after menopause women also might reach the same level of uric acid.

Genetics: A family which has a history of Gout is more likely to reappear in future generation.

Food and Beverage choice: Too much alcohol consumption disrupts the excretion of uric acid from the body. Also consumption of food which have more purine might also increase the amount of uric acid in the body.

Lead Exposure: Chronic lead exposure might also be linked to Gout sometimes.

Medication: There are few medicines which increases the level of uric acid in the body. Therefore consult with your doctor before taking any medicine.

Weight: More the weight, more is the production of uric acid in the body and thus more is the probability of having a Gout.

Kidney problems: Sometimes because of some kidney problems there can be a disruption in the excretion of uric acid.

Treatment of Gout

As they always say, prevention is better than cure, here we will first discuss about preventive measures and then talk about Treatment.

Prevention of Gout:

Water consumption: Maintain a high fluid intake and consume at least 2-4 liters of water every day.
Food and beverage: Don’t consume too much alcohol regularly. Also consume meat, poultry and seafood only to a certain extent. Here’s a list of food which contain high purine.

 Anchovies
 Asparagus
 Beef kidneys
 Brains
 Dried beans and peas
 Game meats
 Gravy
 Herring
 Liver
 Mackerel
 Mushrooms
 Sardines
 Scallops
 Sweetbreads.

Weight: Maintain a healthy body weight and automatically that will control your uric acid production in the body.

Gout Pain Relief Treatment:

In case if you are already attacked by Gout, there’s no other way but to go through proper treatment.
Most common medicines are NSAIDs, colchicine or corticosteroids. These medicines are taken to reduce inflammation and reduce pain. These medicines are taken orally.

To prevent future attack, your doctor might also prescribe some medicines which will reduce uric acid build up in your blood.

Read More:
Heel Pain Causes & Treatments
Neuroma: Symptoms, Causes & Treatment
Heel Spur Feet – Causes and Treatment


Ageing has many effects on our body and that is true for our feet as well. As we get older, we tend to develop more problems with our feet.

Few Changes to our Feet

Fat reduction

As we grow older, we lose fat from fat pads from our feet. Which is why older person feel more pain while walking or standing. Less fat means less cushioning and therefore more pain.


Feet has more than 30 joints which degenerate with age resulting pain and stiffness.

Toes curl up

This is more common with women than men. Women, who have been wearing high heels might face this problem as they get older.

Circulation slows

Aging might also affect the blood flow to your feet which results in less healing power for any cut and a damaged nervous system, which is why sometimes older people are not even aware of any infection to their feet.

Ligaments stretch

With age ligaments sometime stretches which results in arch pain and flat foot.

Skin dryness

And this is the most common problem faced by old people. With age their feet skin get dried out.

How to prevent these problems


Keeping active and doing some light exercise for your feet keeps your feet healthy.


A good footwear keeps your feet healthy. While choosing your footwear few things should be kept in mind:
• Don’t wear high heel shoes
• Avoid Plastic easy clean uppers. These kind of footwear don’t let your feet breathe.
• Wear shoes which have cushioning or shock absorber soles
• Check if your heel is firmly held inside your shoes
• Wear shoes which have a fastening system

Treating Ageing Feet

If you are suffering from any diseases like diabetics or vein diseases or any other disease which is more common with older people, don’t ignore and consult with doctor and take proper medications.

If you are suffering from any of the problems mentioned above or anything else not covered here but related with ageing feet, do consult with our podiatrist or feel free to reach us. Many a times feet related issues would not just go away on its own, and it is not a good idea to ignore them. You should take proper treatment to resolve them.

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