A quick search on the internet would reveal that foot and ankle pain is disturbingly common. A study shows that 77% of people disclosed that they had experienced pain in their foot. Yet, only one-third of those surveyed say they would seek medical attention for their condition. Our feet could be one of the hardest […]Read More >>
Why do we have to see a podiatrist? Think about how long we spend on our feet, it is not hard to realise to the importance of looking after our feet.
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Because your feet are so far away from our heart, our feet are often the first part of the body to show something is wrong with the way blood circulates in our body. The condition of our toenails can signal the presence or beginning of several diseases. For example, toenails that are hollow instead of […]Read More >>
Do you experience pain when wearing your heels? Do your feet ache after walking a short distance? Did you know you can wear high heels with increase comfort – it just takes a little know-how – or a good podiatrist. Of course, high heels are bad for your feet regardless of what we do and […]Read More >>
Your 6-year-old daughter/son wakes up in the middle of the night complaining of throbbing pains and aches in their legs. You massage them a little and soothe her as much as you can, you may give a mild painkiller or even use ice or heat. Your unsure whether to take her to the doctor and […]Read More >>
Despite popular myth, bunions are NOT genetic or inherited. If a bunion was genetic, you would be born with your big toe joint in that position. A bunion develops because of an individuals foot morphology and how their feet interact with the ground during dynamic motion. It is certain foot types that make a person prone to […]Read More >>
Children’s feet are not simply little adult’s feet – they have a unique developmental pattern of their own. A check-up with our podiatrist at my FootDr Singapore is recommended if: You notice uneven shoe wear You notice any skin rashes, hard skin, lumps or bumps on the feet Your child complains of recurrent pain in […]Read More >>
Podiatrists are urging parents to take big steps for their children’s feet as part of National Foot Health Week 15th – 21st October, to help Aussie kids grow up living an active and pain-free life.Read More >>