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How to straighten a hallux valgus without surgery

How to straighten a hallux valgus without surgery

Hallux valgus is something that many women and men suffer from. At first glance, a much greater problem lies behind this unsightly deformity than just its unnatural appearance. And what’s more, if it is not treated, it can eventually require surgery. However, if the underlying causes are not dealt with, the disorder can reappear. What should one do to straighten a hallux valgus without the need for an operation? Take a look at our tips.
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Hallux valgus is the terror of runners. What to do about it?

Hallux valgus is the terror of runners. What to do about it?

Unfortunately, hallux valgus is an integral part of life for many runners. Olympic runner Marcela Joglová is no exception. The problem with hallux valgus is not just how it looks, but also the pain it causes and the fact that the foot does not function as it should. How and why does this deformity occur, how to go running with it, and how to avoid hallux valgus in the first place?
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What can a podoscope reveal about your feet?

What can a podoscope reveal about your feet?

If you suffer from foot pain, particularly chronic pain, you should take note and seek medical help as soon as possible. You can visit either a physiotherapist or a podiatrist. If they have a podoscope, you have a great chance of finding out the cause of your problems and you’ll be able to successfully begin treatment. What can a podoscope reveal about your feet?
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Metatarsalgia can make every step uncomfortable

Metatarsalgia can make every step uncomfortable

In the beginning, there is sporadic pain in the ball of the foot under the toes, extending to the instep. This can turn into a chronic problem, especially if the patient fails to treat the ailment in time. Thus, sooner or later, metatarsalgia can make every step uncomfortable. So, what are its causes and how can it be treated? We will answer these questions in the following lines.
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Knock knees may cause flat feet

Knock knees may cause flat feet

On our blog you may have read articles about flat feet (What can i do about my flat feet? and How to deal with fallen arches). However, flat feet are an ailment that is caused by several different factors. Among them, for example, are poor footwear, overloading the legs or poor posture. Knock knees are another factor. What causes this and how can this problem be resolved? 
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Wearing shoes that are too small can cause a lot of problems

Wearing shoes that are too small can cause a lot of problems

Everyone has probably been in that situation where you really like a pair of shoes but they just don’t fit right. You tell yourself you’ll “break them in” and then they’ll fit perfectly. That is not a good idea. Wearing shoes that are too small or narrow for your foot for extended periods can lead to some serious problems. Why?
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7 reasons to trade your heels in for comfortable shoes

7 reasons to trade your heels in for comfortable shoes

Today, heeled shoes of various heights are a fashion trend commonly available in almost every shoe store around the world. And unfortunately, they are not only for adults, because even children's shoes often have a raised heel. Let's take a look at 7 basic reasons why you should (at least sometimes) wear comfortable shoes instead of heels.
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How to get rid of plantar fasciitis

How to get rid of plantar fasciitis

It may be that you can hardly put your heel down due to an unpleasant, sharp pain. It goes away after a while, but often quickly returns. Yes, this is plantar fasciitis, and it is affecting more and more people besides runners. What is behind it, and especially, how do you get rid of it? We discuss this in the article.
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A high instep may be a symptom of pes cavus

Do you have high arches? Then be careful, as this may be a sign of pes cavus. It starts with a high instep. Pes cavus may already be present in small children. You may experience much more inconvenience with this disorder than the initial difficulty in choosing shoes.
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