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By markbradley@podiatryassociates.ca
March 13, 2013
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At the risk of offending Google this is not what we had hoped for regarding technological advancements in shoe design.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_SU6X1d0YUg


 

 

 


By markbradley@podiatryassociates.ca
March 08, 2013
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Here is the Roger`s episode from last month, hopefully we will get to upload yesterdays show before March break for those of you that didn't get to see it on television.
This show covers the subject of being barefoot around the home and how damaging this can be. Also we discus the need for caution in choosing your foot health care provider and the benefits of having a health regulated professional like a Podiatrist or Chiropodist.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JqMvgsx9uak

 

 

 


By markbradley@podiatryassociates.ca
March 08, 2013
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As promised here is the Rogers television interview from Tuesday the 5th of March. It contains some common sense advice for those traveling to beautiful sunny destinations or risking life and limb sliding down snow covered hills. Regardless, which ever you are doing be safe, have a wonderful vacation. Dont worry about us we will be here waiting to take care of you upon your return, and shovelling your driveway of snow in your absence!. Sorry if we dont get around to each and every drive way.

If you need to reach us you can contact the office closest to you through our web site. http://www.podiatryassociates.ca


By markbradley@podiatryassociates.ca
March 04, 2013
Category: education
Tags: foot injuries  

Tomorrw we  are back with Ted at Rogers Television for another episode of their day time show "Inside Brant".

Given that March Break starts for many this comming weekend we thought it might be a good idea to cover some considerations regarding foot health. For many March break means a welcome break for many familys to escape to the sun or for others it may be a week of winter sports. Regardless, both are dramatic changes from the normal every day life and bring their own joys and potential for injury.