Common foot injuries: Post Tibialis Pain

One of the more common and painful series of conditions we see as podiatrists relates to the posterior tibialis tendon. This muscle is responsible for holding the arch up during walking, preventing it’s collapse during the loading phase. For those with more flexible feet that pronate further than average this muscle can work particularly hard, […]

How can Podiatrists help with Neuropathy?

Neuropathy is a condition relating to the damage of nerves leading to numbness, weakness and tingling. Neuropathy can occur due to local and systemic causes. The most damaging element of neuropathy is the loss of protective sensation, especially in the feet. This protective sensation is what tells us our foot is under trauma. This can […]