We spend a lot of time on our feet throughout the day. Most people think of footwear when going outside but rarely do we think of footwear coming back into our homes. Paying attention to your footwear indoors is half the battle!...

What is an ingrown nail? An ingrown nail occurs when a portion of one or both sides of the nail pierces through the sulcus or skin surrounding the nail. It can be painful causing the surrounding skin to appear red, swollen and tender to the...

The sun is shining, the snow has melted, and the temperatures are rising. It’s time to get outside! Everyone loves going outdoors after a long winter of indoor training but getting outside changes things when it comes to your footwear. Let us help you find...

Plantar fasciitis is the number one cause of heel pain. It's frequently linked with a history that includes a sudden increase in activity, new footwear, transitioning from indoor to outdoor training or recent weight gain. Plantar fasciitis pain is usually concentrated on the bottom centre...

People who have flat feet have fallen arches. This happens when the main arch of the foot, on the same side as the big toe, appears closer to the ground with less curvature. It can be visible sitting but is more pronounced when standing...

Have you experienced a foot injury from exercising? Have you ever strained your foot trying to stay active? Foot injuries are unfortunately quite common. Let's explore common foot injuries from exercising and running. ...

Bursitis is the inflammation of a bursa which is a fluid-filled sac located over tendons and joints in the body. A bursa acts as a cushion and helps the tendon and tissues glide over one another. The most common causes of bursitis are...

Chiropodists are lower limb clinicians and registered health care practitioners who provide medical footcare at BioPed clinics. They can prescribe oral and topical medications and perform injections into the feet. ...

Have you ever rolled your ankle when walking on uneven terrain? Or maybe from incorrectly stepping off a curb or playing sports? Depending on the force, this movement could lead to a sprain or even a fracture in the bone. If your lower body...