Orthotics Tips For People Who Work On Their Feet

29 September 2020
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If you spend all day standing or walking, then it is a good idea to wear orthotic inserts inside your shoes. These orthotics will support your feet and help reduce the amount of pain and soreness you experience. However, using orthotics is not always as straightforward as you might think. The following tips will help you use them more effectively. Don't neglect shoe fit. Some people assume that as long as they are wearing orthotics, they can get away with wearing cheap or poorly fitting shoes. Read More 

Should You See An Orthopedic Specialist Following Bone Repair Surgery?

24 June 2020
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Having a bone repaired after an accident or other situation, such as being born with a bone deformity, often means that the condition is improved and leads to a better quality of life. However, an orthopedic specialist may be required to assist in the follow-up recovery after you've had a bone repair surgery done. You can be referred to an orthopedic specialist after your orthopedic services have been completed and further care has been recommended, or if you feel that you are in need of better care following your surgical intervention. Read More