Mon, 11 Jul 2011
Did you know that for every mile you walk, you are exerting 60 tons of stress on each foot? Now add in the hard surfaces you work on, playing sports, wearing shoes that don’t fit properly it’s no wonder you might be experiencing pain in the foot or ankle. You may be pushing your feet over their limit. If you don’t give your feet the proper rest and time to heel, your condition could become chronic and lead to more problems. To access what is going on with your feet, you need to see a podiatrist who will do a thorough exam of your foot and get to the bottom of what is causing your heel pain. Dr. Panesar will promptly diagnose and treat your condition.
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