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SPORTS INJURIES

SPORTS INJURIES
Playing sports can be hard on your feet. If you have sudden, unexplained pain in your feet, knees and hips, then you might want to speak to one of our specialists.
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Sports injuries of the foot, leg, knee and hip joints are common. These sporting injuries can be overuse injuries, acute trauma injuries or other chronic injuries. Common overuse injuries include Plantar Fasciitis (Heel pain), Tendinitis and Bursitis.

These injuries are common in the running or sporting population. They are often perceived by the sports player as not having a mechanism of injury – the pain just starts up with no injury, collision or fall being recollected. However overuse injuries are, as the name describes, the outcome of overuse.

Overuse can either be attributed to an increase in training schedules or running mileage, such as training for a tournament of a marathon OR can be the result of doing the same activity at the same intensity over several weeks, months or years.

Treatments

Reflexology is a specialist foot massage that applies pressure to reflex points on the feet. It has multiple health benefits and is extremely relaxing.
What is Metatasalgia? It is the pain in the metatarsal area of the forefoot, caused by an abnormal pressure loading. How to get rid of this? Keep reading.
Morton's Neuroma is the inflammation or thickening of nerves in the feet, especially between the toes. At City Foot Health, we can help you manage this issue.
For fungal infections, a podiatrist should discuss correct and appropriate treatment, as well as information and advice on how to prevent further infections.

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