Shelburne

“The foot bone’s connected to the ankle bone, the ankle bone’s connected to the leg bone…” While this may have been a broad simplification, there is great truth in this elementary school tune!...

A blister is a bubble of fluid under the skin. The clear, watery liquid inside a blister is called “serum.” It develops as a reaction to injured skin. If the blister remains unopened, the serum can provide natural protection for the skin beneath it. Small...

The FIRST EVER Do More Virtual Walk/Run in support of Easter Seals Canada happened on June 13th! With your help and generosity, we earned $10,000 for Easter Seals Kids to help be more independent. Thank you all so much. Here is a recap of our...

If you have noticed your toenails changing in colour or appearance, consider that they may be infected with fungus and should be treated readily to ensure that the infection does not spread to nearby toes, or to the feet of family and friends. Fungus is...

We excited to launch our Do More Virtual Walk/Run in support of Easter Seals! The goal is to motivate yourselves and each other to get out and move your body, to walk, run, or roll, just one step more today than you did yesterday, all...

As a child grows and develops, it is normal for their feet and legs to go through considerable changes. From birth to about 10-years-old, the long arch of the foot is expected to transition from “flat footedness” to “normal.” It is during this slow and...

If you have attended a basketball game lately or noticed runners passing by in the park, you may wonder when “retro” knee high sports socks came back in to fashion. Well, this time around, it would appear the 1970’s looking socks are more for...

Have you faced a foot injury from exercising? As unfortunate as this may be, it is extremely common! When searching for factors that may have contributed to any injury, a good starting point is the foot. As a simplification, there are three types of ‘arches’...

If you have attended a basketball game lately or noticed runners passing by in the park, you may wonder when “retro” knee high sports socks came back in to fashion. Well, this time around, it would appear the 1970’s looking socks are more for...