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Health Tips

Corns and Calluses


A callus is an area of hard, thickened skin on the foot that forms in response to pressure or friction, usually through poor-fitting shoes. When pressure is concentrated in a small area, a corn, which has a central core, may develop. If the pressure is not relieved, calluses and corns can become painful.


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Falls Prevention


Slips, trips and falls can happen to anyone, but they are more common and more significant as we get older, because we are more likely to injure ourselves. People often dismiss falls as part of getting old or not concentrating properly but they are often a warning sign that something is not right, so it is important to discuss any fall with your doctor


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Bruised Toe Nails


Injured toenails are not only painful and an ugly sight to look at, but can end up infected as well—the warm, moist environment inside your shoes is the perfect home for bacteria.


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Those Extra Eyelets on your shoes have a purpose

Follow this link to see our demonstration Lace Lock Video




Be Boot Prepared for Footy Season Kids and All

The NRL footy season officially starts next week when the Rabbits and Roosters kick off for battle on 7 March and marks a time when everyone who plays all types of football should check their gait, foot health and their boots – kids and all.


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Workouts in High Heels Really Pump It Up

Hip-hop dancer Kamilah Barrett has created Heel Hop, a workout class designed to improve women’s confidence and strength in high heels. The Wall Street Journal attended one of the classes in Los Angeles to see what it takes.


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Socks, Shoes & Blisters

While typically thought of as a minor nuisance injury, blisters of the feet are among the most common injury suffered by athletes and can lead to more serious injuries.


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Ice & Heat Applications

Ice is an effective and natural pain killer and anti-inflammatory.


Ice should be applied over the inflamed area in the acute or early stages of your problem. (See below for application)



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Workstation Setup

Your workstation should be set up to cause the least amount of stress on your body. Prolonged hours of poor posture or repetitive work habits, often in a stressful environment can result in significant overuse injury. Applying the following points can help tominimise such injuries.


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Sport Injuries

Sports injuries are commonly caused by overuse, direct impact, or the application of force that is greater than the body part can structurally withstand. An injury that happens suddenly, such as a sprained ankle caused by an awkward footfall, is known as an acute injury.


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How To Choose A Sport Shoe


Selecting a shoe from the vast array of styles, colours, brands and categories can be overwhelming.
So where do you start?



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Physiotherapists regularly treat sciatica and have terrific results.


Sciatica is the Latin word for “Pain down the back of the leg” Sciatica is referred pain usually caused by trapping the sciatic nerve in the lower back. See back pain.


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What is good posture Posture is the position in which you hold your body upright against gravity while standing, sitting or laying down. Good posture helps to minimise the amount of strain imposed on our muscles, joints and ligaments whilst performing our daily activities


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What is osteoporosis?


Osteoporosis is a disease in which the bones become fragile and brittle. They fracture more easily than normal bone. Even a minor bump or fall can cause a serious fracture. Half of all women and one-third of men over 60 in Australia will have a fracture due to osteoporosis.


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