Are you curious as to whether plantar fasciitis is genetic? Or, is your grandmother responsible for your bunions? Do you ever feel as though you’re searching for something or someone to blame for your problems? Something aches on your body, and you want someone else to accept full responsibility. When it comes to our patients, we are all about cause and effect.
Your feet are your basis of support…your foundation. When your base of support isn’t solid, it impacts your posture. Additionally, this instability may affect the ankles, knees, hips, and back. Plus. According to study, flat feet may be responsible for frequent, severe headaches. Even migraines!
Any changes in a child’s walk or movement might be frightening. You can’t help but speculate on what they will outgrow and what will need a trip to the doctor.
This is particularly true of children’s feetsince they develop and change so fast as infants go from crawling to walking and running and as toddlers transition from soft-soled shoes to the sporting gear and cleats of later childhood.
As a mom of two, I know how pricey shoes can be. Every time you turn around, it seems that one of the children’s shoes has either become too tiny or worn-out. It implies that you must spend money on yet another pair. So, I know how tempting it can be to try to squeeze feet into shoes that still sort of fit. Or to buy shoes that provide kids’ feet “room to grow,” i.e. shoes that are one or two sizes bigger than your child’s current size.
Flat feet, also referred to as fallen arches, are a condition defined by the partial or total collapse in the arch of the foot. This means that while standing, the entire foot comes in contact with the ground, appearing completely flat, instead of being partially raised. Flat feet are a complex disorder.
Flip-flops lack cushioning, support, protection, and functionality. On the other hand, they are easy to wear and convenient. Studies show that wearing flip-flops causes unpleasant foot conditions like foot pain, Pain in the balls of the feet, foot arch pain, develop gradually. Sudden flip-flop Injury such as stubbing your toe, broken toes, heel, and ankle pain may occur.