Thongs Without Pain

Posted by Daniel Fitzpatrick on November 24, 2014

Thongs suit the Australian lifestyle perfectly; unfortunately, they aren’t always kind to our feet. We don’t want to talk you out of wearing your favourite pair of thongs, but here are some steps you can talk to protect your feet this summer!

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Top tips to keep you On Your Feet For Melbourne Cup!

Posted by Daniel Fitzpatrick on November 17, 2014

The First Tuesday of the month is coming up and with that usually involves a lunch that will involve heels for many of our Facebook friends and patients at the clinic. Below are some helpful tips to get you through foot pain and concentrate of backing a winner!

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Back to school shoes: Top tips for parents

Posted by Daniel Fitzpatrick on January 11, 2013

A new year is here and school will be starting before you know it. Growing feet have unique podiatry requirements, and considering the time kids spend in school shoes each day, it is important to buy them the right pair. Just like a child carrying a heavy pack impacts future back problems, proper footwear when growing reduces potential foot pain in later teen and adult life.

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The humble thong: Australian, summery, foot pain.

Posted by Daniel Fitzpatrick on December 6, 2012

Wearing thongs in summer is as Australian as Boxing Day cricket. We all own them, and wear them frequently as the mercury ticks above 28°C. But consider what foot pain the humble thong is causing the next time you slip them on.

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