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10 REASONS TO SEE A PODIATRIST

Unsure if you should make an appointment to see a #podiatrist? We've outlined the top 10 reasons we think you should come visit Dalhousie Station Foot Clinic in #Calgary.

1. You’re a runner
2. Painful joints
3. Ingrown Toenails
4. Sore heels
5. Fungal Nails
6. You need orthotics
7. You need surgery
8. Corns and calluses
9. Bunions
10. Athlete’s foot

Check out our blog below for more info!
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Foot Care Tips from Your #Calgary #Foot #Clinic

Do you find yourself complaining about pain in your feet from time to time or perhaps on a regular basis? It's time to stop ignoring foot pain!

Check out our Foot Care Tips page to learn how exercise, footwear and hygiene are important to keep your feet healthy & you happy.
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Ways to Improve Your Posture and Relieve Back Pain
Custom Orthotics Consultations in Calgary

Dealing with back pain? Consider these three tips to help improve your posture and relieve back pain.

• Distribute Weight Evenly While Standing
• Walk or Move Frequently
• Use Ergonomic Office Equipment

Keep reading our #Podiatrist Blog for more information about #Custom #Orthotics and how to relieve back pain.
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Are Your Foot Problems Causing Your Back Aches? Orthotics Might be the Solution

When your back aches, you assume that you overworked the back muscles or possibly strained them. After all, why would you assume your feet would have anything to do with your chronic #backpain?

Your feet are your body’s foundation. Many foot conditions work their way up the kinetic chain and cause back pain as a result.

Learn how #orthotics could help with back pain
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Whether you are dealing with a sprained ankle or sore tendon, ensuring the right treatment at home can make all the difference. You can safely treat everything from a pulled muscle to random bouts of arthritis using ice packs or heating pads, and these at-home remedies are effective, affordable, and accessible.
However, the decision between hot and cold is not always easy. Sometimes a treatment requires both, while other times using heat on an injury can make it worse, or cold on the injury exacerbates the issue. To accurately identify which treatment is best, you must understand how each works.

#hot #cold #injury #treatment #calgary

http://www.calgarypodiatrist.com/b/hot-or-cold-foot-health-centre-in-calgary-injury-treatment
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Circuit training is a high-intensity workout that conditions your body, strengthens your muscles, and boosts endurance. During each circuit, you are completing a substantial number of exercises in a short timeframe. That means your body needs to work hard, and it requires adequate support. The kind of support that custom orthotics provides.

#orthotics #calgary #circuittraining #shoes

http://www.calgarypodiatrist.com/b/wearing-the-right-shoes-for-your-circuit-training-orthotics-from-our-calgary-foot-clinic-will-help
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Our body often talks to us – aches and pains as reminders of a hard day’s work or headaches from stress – are messages we hear loud and clear, but often the messages are far more subtle than that. One area that too often gets ignored is our feet.

http://www.calgarypodiatrist.com/b/yellow-toenails
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If you find it painful and unpleasant to stand, it could be that your feet are having a difficult time supporting your weight. Being overweight or obese can cause discomfort and strain on your lower limbs as the connective tissues in your feet stretch out and the natural fat pads in your soles become compressed.

http://www.calgarypodiatrist.com/b/feeling-heavy-on-your-feet
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Many women experience significant foot pain and changes to their feet that don't necessarily return to normal after giving birth. Learn more here:

http://www.calgarypodiatrist.com/b/using-orthotics-during-pregnancy
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