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Want to use arch pads to improve foot pain? First understand the causes and symptoms of arch collapse

Want to use arch pads to improve foot pain? First understand the causes and symptoms of arch collapse ! As the saying goes, the foot is the "second heart" of the human body. Only a healthy foot can ensure the normal circulation of the body. Generally speaking, the important key to determining the [...]

Want to use arch pads to improve foot pain? First understand the causes and symptoms of arch collapse

Causes of Heel Pain (II)

(Continued...) Reason 4. Calcaneal disease The oblique bone on the fiber fat pad is our calcaneus, which is a very strong and very fragile bone in our body. Why do you say that? The calcaneus is the main weight-bearing bone when we stand upright. About half of our body weight is transferred to [...]

Causes of Heel Pain (II)

Causes of Heel Pain (I)

Question 1: "What is Heel Pain?" "What is Heel Pain" and "What are the main symptoms of Heel Pain" Heel pain is a general term for a large group of diseases that can cause pain around the heel. Heel pain is more common in middle-aged and elderly people. He has a history of [...]

Causes of Heel Pain (I)

Children Foot Valgus

If the child's shoes are not selected properly, be careful of causing foot valgus! Foot valgus is mostly children or children, which is one of the deformities of the foot. If the baby's foot valgus is not corrected, it will be difficult for the baby to correct it when he grows up. So, [...]

Children Foot Valgus

Hallux Valgus—All You Want to Know is Here

Hallux valgus is one of the most common diseases that cause foot discomfort, commonly known as the bigfoot bone, the English name is Hallux Valgus, and the English name is Bunion. It is mainly manifested as the big toe turned outwards, accompanied by the inner bones of the big toe. Sexual bulge. Females [...]

Hallux Valgus—All You Want to Know is Here
  • Knee Varus Orthotic Insoles

How to treat X-leg O-leg?

X leg = knee valgus O leg = knee varus As a parent, have you observed your child's legs and walking gait? After observation, you may find that your child's legs are not straight, and he walks in an inward or "8" out-of-eight gait, which is commonly referred to as knee varus or [...]

How to treat X-leg O-leg?
  • Diabetic Socks Compression Stockings

Why does someone with diabetes need special socks?

Why is it necessary for someone with diabetes to wear special socks? While diabetic socks are not essential for all diabetics, diabetics have sensitive feet and are more susceptible to numerous foot diseases, thus they need to protect their feet more than others. Diabetic socks include special design elements not seen in conventional [...]

Why does someone with diabetes need special socks?
  • Knee Varus

Knee Varus and Knee Valgus- Causes & Treatment

Knee varus is one of the more common deformities of the lower extremities. Variations of knee angulation caused by various causes can lead to knee varus deformity. The patient's lower limb weight-bearing state and force line changes, and the abnormal walking gait will inevitably cause the increase of the load on the knee [...]

Knee Varus and Knee Valgus- Causes & Treatment
  • diabetic foot medical

How is Diabetic Foot Treated?

Diabetic foot ulcers are a common complication of lousily controlled diabetes. The cause of layout is the putrescence of skin handkerchief and exposing the lower hierarchy of the skin, top ordinarily on the big toe and forefoot, and can pierce deep into the bone handkerchief. All diabetic cases may have foot ulcers and [...]

How is Diabetic Foot Treated?

“Extremely Expensive” Insoles (II)

(Continued...) Customized foot pads are widely used in sports and medical fields In China, biomechanical foot pads are popular in some sports enthusiast circles. Especially for marathon enthusiasts, suitable footpads and marathon pants are the two marathons "magic weapons", which can improve posture, save physical energy, improve endurance, and reduce sports injuries. In [...]

“Extremely Expensive” Insoles (II)
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