Foot pain comes in a variety of forms:

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Dealing with Foot Pain

Dealing with foot pain can often be difficult, as it’s the one part of your body that you can’t usually avoid putting any weight on at all. Day-to-day activities such as going to work and doing the daily chores means that you will inevitably need to use your feet – even if it’s just walking down the road!

However, reducing your activity levels and making adjustments to your lifestyle and your footwear can make a big difference.

Click on the relevant condition using the links to the left to find out more about dealing with foot pain.

Avoiding Foot Pain

Ninety per cent of the population wears shoes that are one size too small. For the majority of people this is not a problem. However, there are a number of foot and ankle conditions in which poorly fitting shoes can be an aggravating factor.

Therefore, it is important to check your shoes regularly and, if necessary, replace any footwear that is not up to scratch with more suitable shoes.

Please note -
These are general exercises, seek advice if you are unsure.

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