Foot pain can often be attributed to various factors such as overuse injuries, degenerative arthritis, poor foot biomechanics, or muscle imbalances.
Given that our feet bear the weight and impact of our daily activities, it is crucial to address any discomfort or pain at its early stages rather than allowing it to progress into debilitating problems.
Pain acts as a warning signal from our bodies, indicating potential tissue damage and trauma. Therefore, it is vital to listen to these warning signs and seek professional assessment and treatment promptly.
At Ocean Walk Foot Care, our team of trained pedorthists specializes in diagnosing and treating mechanical foot problems in the foot, ankle, and lower leg that cause pain and discomfort.
Contact us today via phone or email at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an assessment.
Katia Langton is trained as a doctor of Chiropractic. She is the owner and operator of Oceanwalk Pedorthic Footcare and is also the Secretary of the Diabetic Foot Stream Committee of the International Diabetes Federation and co-authored the latest IDF guidelines to protect The Diabetic foot from breakdown.