Are Pronating Feet A Problem?

No, Pronation is normal. Every day, your Camden Podiatrist has people present to the clinic with patients confusing pronation (foot rolling in) with flat feet. Normal amounts of pronation of

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Have You Got Heel Pain?

A common cause of heel pain your Camden Podiatrist treats is Retrocalcaneal Bursitis.    What is a Bursa?   Bursa’s are effectively the cushions of the joints. They allow tendons

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Running Myths Debunked

Running Myths Debunked At Reform Podiatry Camden we hear myths daily regarding all things running. Runners don’t need strength training Strength training makes you faster. The sports podiatrist at Reform

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Tips to fix heel pain in children

With the start of the sporting season impending, Reform Podiatry Camden will always see an increase of active, growing kids reporting the onset of heel pain. The combination of growth

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Product Focus: The Fasciitis Fighter

The Fasciitis Fighter Do you have heel pain? Have you been looking for heel pain exercises? Or home remedies for heel pain? Then we, at Reform Podiatry Camden have the perfect product for you.

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What does your shoe wear mean?

Wear patterns on your shoes?   What do they mean? The average life expectancy of your joggers varies between 800 – 1000 km’s. This translates to 6-12 months for the

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Peroneal Tendonitis

Peroneal Tendonitis!   Another common sports injury your expert podiatrist at Reform Podiatry Camden diagnoses frequently is Peroneal Tendonitis.   What is Peroneal Tendonitis?   Peroneal Tendonitis is the inflammation

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Corns On Your Feet?

Do you have a painful corn on your foot?   Have you tried corn pads from the chemist, and still have a sore foot?   Book an appointment with your

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Do Podiatrist Treat Cracked Heels?

Cracked heels treatment A common complaint seen amongst all at Reform Podiatry Camden is dry and cracked heels. Tradies, High Heel wearers and kids are all common examples of people

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