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The heel bone, referred to as the ‘calcaneus’ is the largest bone in the foot and serves as an attachment point to several muscles and tendons that help in walking, running and jumping. Heel pain can be very disabling as most people suffering from it, complain of discomfort on weight bearing, w ...
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As humans, we have been conditioned to believe that joint pain and arthritis are signs of growing old. Head of Physiotherapy at HEAL Institute, Manasi Rajadhyaksha says “Pain is your body’s way of sending a message- message that it needs your immediate help and attention. While clients tend to t ...
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There has been much furore over 'heels' in the last few days. With Julia Roberts walking the red carpet bare feet at Cannes, to a receptionist in Britain being sent back from work for not wearing heels, all attention seems to be focused on a notorious pair of shoes!As physiotherapists, we at HEAL ...
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