5
Aug
5 Aug

Toronto orthotics information that supports your fee

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There are 28 bones in each of our feet. There are also 20 muscles that move your feet around and 33 joints. When you put all that together, you’ll see there’s a real need for Toronto orthotics. Here’s some valuable information that will help you to appreciate your feet. Expensive isn’t always better If you’re looking for the most comfortable pair of shoes, you don’t necessarily need to spend the most money. Don’t let the dollar signs influence your decision. Quite often shoes in the middle price range offer the same kind of necessary support. Deep heel cups If you’re already wearing shoes with Toronto orthotics features, you already know how deep the heal cup needs to be in order for everything to be comfortable.…

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29
Aug
29 Aug

What is Osteoarthritis of the Knee: Symptoms and Non-Surgical Alternatives

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As an insidious condition that does a great job of sneaking up on people over the course of time, osteoarthritis is a common ailment suffered by thousands of people across Canada. The knee seems particularly prone to developing it.  Known as osteoarthritis of the knee, it’s the most common type of osteoarthritis.  Although it is more common in people over 40, it strikes all age groups. While athletes are common sufferers of osteoarthritis of the knee, they are, by no means, the only sufferers. What is osteoarthritis of the knee? Osteoarthritis of the knee refers to the degeneration of the actual knee joint. More specifically, this means that the hyaline cartilage covering the articulating surfaces of the bones in the knee joint have deteriorated. What…

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9
Aug
9 Aug

Need to Treat Your Running Injury? A Running Injury Clinic Can Offer Relief and Treatment With Specialized Care!

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Running is a favourite activity for many who enjoy the clarity of mind, freedom and health benefits it offers. Whether you run daily to keep fit, wear off calories from delicious food you just can’t give up, or are a dedicated life-long marathon runner, you know that staying in shape is important if you want to reach your running goals. However, most runners are also keenly aware that running injuries can disrupt one’s ability to strive for peak performance, and even inhibit their ability to perform at all. Running is rife with a host of possible injuries, many of which can happen inadvertently. Sprains, torn ligaments, Achilles tendon problems, ankle instability, knee and joint pain, or plantar fasciitis are all common injuries experienced by runners.…

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13
Jun
13 Jun

Swing of Hope Charity Tournament for Diabetes; Golf Tips for Golfers Who Want to be Physically Prepared

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Fore! Golf season is in full swing! Torontonian’s are always keen to find the time to sneak a round in, even if it means vanishing from work on a beautiful day. This summer, events throughout the city appeal to golf lovers who also enjoy helping the community at the same time. The Diabetes Hope Foundation is making a major difference for children in Ontario who suffer with diabetes. The Diabetes Hope Foundation raises much needed support for youth and their families coping with the financial and emotional burden of living with diabetes. The Swing of Hope is an annual event in Toronto hosted by The Diabetes Hope Foundation.    This year will mark the 16th Swing of Hope Charity Golf Tournament, taking place on June 18th,…

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25
Apr
25 Apr

Do Orthotics Work and Are They the Cure to Back Pain?

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Believe it or not, a pain in the rear is often caused by problems with the feet!  The average person walks approximately 2000 miles per year.  That’s a lot of foot-mileage!  Your feet support the weight of your entire body and the way the contact the ground directly affects how your back absorbs compression of the spine. It’s little wonder that people develop conditions in their feet and that the end result is back pain. Flat foot is an example of a foot condition that can cause pain to the lower back. Flat foot happens when one or both feet have abnormal arches.  When a person with flat foot stands, their inner foot or arch flattens, and the foot may roll too far towards the…

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