The term ‘shin splints’ describes a pain and mild swelling in the front of the lower part of the leg. The medical term for shin splints is medial tibial stress syndrome. Read More
Pain in the ball of the foot, also known as metatarsalgia, is a frequent occurrence among both athletes and non athletes. It generally occurs around the 2nd, 3rd and 4th metatarsal head. Read More
This month its been a year since South Dublin Podiatry opened its door for the first time. We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has supported us in this journey. Read More
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In this week’s article we will focus on the knee, which as the research suggests, is the number one site for running injuries with the patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS) being at the top of the list.
Here at South Dublin Podiatry, we understand that every one of our patients leads a busy and demanding life and sometimes a scheduled appointment may no longer suit.
As runners we tend to develop a love-hate relationship with our feet. We love them as they can carry us for miles, after all an average human will walk 5 times around the world in their lifetime.
Before we start, let’s look at What exactly is an ingrown toenail? An ingrown toenail is one that pierces the flesh of the toe. It may be extremely painful and inflamed or infected.
A bunion, or hallux valgus, appears as a bump which develops at the base of the big toe. It forms when your big toe, or hallux, pushes against the second toe. This forces the big toe joint to stick out and get bigger.
From 25/05/2018 South Dublin Podiatry Clinic will be adhering to the statutory General Data Protection Regulation which replaces the 1998 Data Protection Act. What does this mean for you?