Brrrrrrrrr!!! It’s a frosty time of year and an important time to keep your fingers and toes warm. This is also the time of year when we see chilblains appearing on the tips of the toes of many of our patients.
Foot pain, such as in your heel or arch can be very common with the increased time spent on your feet.
Osteoarthritis (OA) is a very common condition which affects about 10% of adults in NZ yet not many people know what it is or, how it’s caused.
Brrrrrr Will this Winter Ever End?!
Something we tend to see often in clinic over the winter months is chilblains – itchy, painful bumps that can occur with exposure to cold and damp conditions.
Although chilblains are especially common on the toes, they can also occur on heels, lower leg, thighs, back, fingers and even nose or ears.
Foot pain – a common complaint The foot is a very complex structure which is exposed to significant forces during day to day activities. Podiatrists are the medical professionals who diagnose and treat all foot pain and lower limb conditions. Podiatric treatment for foot pain Your Resonance Podiatrist will help establish the diagnosis and cause…