12211 – 97th Street NW, Edmonton, AB  T5G 1Z2

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Foot Health blog

Edmonton Foot Health Centre is dedicated to helping people understand more about their foot problems. Learn more about the different types of foot ailments and how you should approach them by reading our blogs. If you are suffering from pain in your feet, make sure to call us today for a free consultation.

  • Heel pain
    09/12/2019
    Morning Heel Pain: A Comprehensive Guide

    If you are experiencing acute heel pain symptoms in the mornings, understanding the condition is the first part of the healing process. There is a good chance that you are suffering from Plantar Fasciitis; this usually occurs under the heel or behind it, where the Achilles tendon connects to the heel bone. It can also affect the side of the heel and foot. It badly impacts your day-to-day routine and prevents you from staying active.

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  • Toenail Fungus
    30/08/2019
    What Foot Doctors Suggest to Prevent Toenail Fungus

    If you ever had toenail fungus, you would know how difficult it is to manage. Also known as onychomycosis, it is relatively unusual in children but the chances increase with age. The first stage is when the nails turn yellow, white or brown. It gradually spreads, and the nails thicken and crack. Fortunately, there are various treatments you can try including medications.


    At Edmonton Foot Health Centre, we have been providing an all-inclusive and innovative podiatric care since 1993. We believe in an open and honest communication with our patients as we provide services from general foot pain issues to sports injuries.

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  • foot inserts
    14/08/2019
    What Are the Benefits of Using Magnetic Insoles?

    Do your feet hurt often? Have you gotten tired of taking painkillers and other medications to reduce it? Get effective relief from pain and postural issues with foot inserts or orthotics. At Edmonton Foot Health Centre, we are committed to providing you with personalized care. Our doctors offer an extensive range of podiatric services to treat ailments such as bunion, athlete’s foot and ingrown toenail.

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  • 10/01/2019
    Do you really need custom orthotics for running?

    Custom orthotics are shoe inserts designed to relieve foot pain by correcting how your foot and leg move, allowing you to stand and walk more comfortably. They’ve been successfully used to treat a variety of foot problems, including heel pain, flat feet, high arches, bunions, hammertoes and calluses. However, there’s some debate as to whether orthotics should be the go-to solution for people who experience foot pain while running. Here’s an overview of what you should know about orthotics for runners.

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  • Ingrown
    22/11/2018
    How to Prevent Ingrown Toenails

    Ingrown toenails occur when your toenail grows into your skin instead of over it, leading to pain and swelling in your toe. If left untreated, an ingrown toenail can develop into an infection that may require antibiotics or minor surgery to correct. People with diabetes and vascular problems should be especially careful about treating ingrown toenails because they can lead to serious complications, including the risk of losing a limb. The team at the Edmonton Foot Health Clinic has put together four tips to help you prevent ingrown toenails.

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  • 04/10/2018
    What is Athlete’s Foot?

    Tinea pedis is a contagious fungal infection mainly found on the feet. It’s commonly known as athlete’s foot because the fungus thrives in warm, damp environments associated with athletic activities, such as swimming pools, gyms and locker rooms. If you think you have athlete’s foot, it’s important to see a foot doctor before it spreads to other parts of your body or gets under your toenails and becomes more resistant to treatment.


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  • 04/10/2018
    What is a Bunion?

    If you notice a bony bump on the joint of your big toe, you may have a bunion. This sometimes painful deformity is caused by your big toe pushing against your next toe, which in turn causes the joint on your big toe to become bigger and stick out. Bunions – along with bunionettes or tailor’s bunions, which appear on the joint of the smallest toe – are common in people of all ages and ethnicities, but tend to occur most often among women and older people.


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Edmonton Foot Health Centre

12211 – 97th Street NW, Edmonton, AB  T5G 1Z2

Phone: 780-474-3338

Fax: 780-471-3738

Hours

Monday 09:00 AM - 06:00 PM

Tuesday 09:00 AM - 04:30 PM

Wednesday 09:00 AM - 05:30 PM

Thursday 10:30 AM - 06:30 PM

Friday 09:00 AM - 05:30 PM

Saturday: Certain Saturdays are open from 9:00 AM - Noon.

Please call to make an appointment.

Sunday: Closed

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