Some children’s feet turn in when they walk. This is called intoeing and is a part of growing up for many toddlers… Continue reading
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Ingrowing toenails are commonly seen in clinic. They can be extremely painful when wearing shoes and walking. They can present in a variety of ways and the tissues around the nail can become inflamed and infected. Ingrowing toenails can occur on any toe, but it it is the big toe (Hallux) which is most commonly … Continue reading
Calcaneal Apophysitis or Sever’s is a common cause of heel pain in children… Continue reading
At first, most babies’ feet look flat because an arch hasn’t formed yet. Usually, the arch begins to appear by the time the child is 2 or 3 years old. What are flat feet? Feet with the appearance of being flat is common and seen in up to 20% of adults, many of whom are … Continue reading
A survey completed by the College of Podiatry highlighted that up to 29% of British children could be wearing shoes which are completely the wrong size. This could potentially cause blisters, bruises, and ingrowing toenails. Most children learn to walk at around the time of their first birthday. As your child begins to walk, shoes … Continue reading