Must read blog articles.
Calcaneal Spurs (otherwise known as heel spurs) are calcium deposits that form at the heel when the patient’s heel has been exposed to prolonged and sustained
What are Flat Feet? Flat Feet, or Pes Planus, is a deformity in posture found in roughly 20 percent of the general population, by most recent
Fractures of the toe or foot are often very serious and limiting conditions. Fractures are breaks in the continuity of your bone structure, usually as a result of
Here is a link to a really great article which very eloquently explains the link between foot and leg injuries and our gait pattern. As
Here is a neat little article which summarizes a clinical suspicion we have had for many years regarding sports injuries. Sport specialization in developing youths,
Having just finished this article regarding affordability of foot care, I think i just found a worthy topic for tomorrows visit with Rogers television day
This is the first show we did in 2014 with Rogers television day time show, “Inside Brant”. The subject matter briefly addresses the subject of
Here is a piece we did back in November for Rogers Television on winter footwear, focusing especially on the use of previously owned sports footwear.
Typically in our offices we try not to recommend specific brands of models of footwear as being superior one versus the other. Winter however bring
One of the more common hockey related sporting injuries we treat in the practice, is pain in the back of the heel, and is known
As always with media presentations, there is never enough time to completely address any issue the way you would love to. Children’s foot problems!, especially