Being on the front line during this time, there will be an increase in workload and stress on your feet.
In your busy line of work that keeps us all connected and supplied with the essentials it is easy to overlook caring for your feet.
Are you an orthotic wearer?? You’ve been home over lockdown and no doubt have increased your time without shoes or in the habit of wearing slippers while you’re inside your house. For the management of your pain and optimal function while you’re in indoors it is important to follow your specific management plan which you put…
As a Carer, you spend hours caring for other people’s feet. Now it’s time to look after yours.
At Resonance, we know how long and tiring your days can be and appreciate all your hard work. We also know that Sore Feet Don’t Stop, especially when you are busy!
From the outside looking in, we are a group of podiatrists that share similar qualities – we care for our patients, we work hard, and we are interested in current research and upskilling.
Being on the front line during this time, there will be an increase in workload and stress on your feet. You are possibly spending more hours standing than you normally would; and this sudden increase in activity and load can often cause pain.
We know it’s hard being confined to your home – particularly in a time of high stress. This is only going to feel worse if you’re suffering from a painful toenail. Painful nails can be caused by several different things – this may be an ingrown toenail, inflammation of the nail border known as paronychia; or discomfort…
Hi, I’m Bronwyn and I’m a Resonance Podiatrist. Often people find coming to see us a little bit embarrassing, and they break the ice by joking about whether I dreamed of doing this since I was a little girl. Although I have to admit that I didn’t necessarily picture myself dealing solely with feet (let’s get that foot joke over and done with!), I am…
When purchasing a gumboot make sure it feels comfortable and fits well. The toe area should flex, the middle of the arch should not twist or bend, and the back of the heel needs to be firm.