5 signs your wearing the wrong shoes

November 26, 2017

Surfcoast Massage can help you identify the reason’s why you have sore feet or signs of wearing the wrong shoes. Surfcoast massage is located in Torquay and Jan Juc and can be contacted on 0438668878.

Athletes foot it is a contagious fungal infection of the skin that causes scaling, flaking and itching of the affected area’s. Sweaty socks and tight fitting shoes are one of the causes of infection.

Bunions when you wear shoes with narrow fronts and tight fitted the bone at the base of the joint is pushed medially, the big tow is slanted and pressed against other toes resulting in a bunion.

Corns Continuous rubbing of the skin builds hard layers of skin cells. The skin cells form round yellow flat bumps, the skin thickens and dies.

Diabetic Foot People with diabetes often suffer from nerve damage in the foot and lack of circulation, due to this they don’t have sensation when wearing tight shoes, blisters or sores can form which if ignored can result in serious infection.

Heel spurs a heel spur is an abnormal bone growth at the point where the planter fascia is attached to the heel bone. It is caused by prolonged strain due to abnormal gait. Muscle strain and increasing tension on the heel can result in a bony growth (spur).

These are just some of the causes of foot disease and complaints of feet. Call Lisa at Surfcoast massage  on 0438668878 who can help you to find a good podiatrist and manage the complaint. Invest in your feet as they are the most important part of walking, running and getting from A to B. Stop wearing the wrong foot wear and invest in your feet. Surfcoast massage is located in Torquay and Jan Juc.