Category Archives: Foot anatomy

Sprained ankle Blog by Phoebe Machin

What can I do about my sprained ankle? By Phoebe Machin.

Sprained ankles are miserable. Very common and horribly painful, they’re usually the result of a sporting injury or accident, where the ligaments in your foot have been stretched and damaged. Many people often mistakenly believe that their ankle is actually broken, and wish to go to hospital to have it X-rayed. However, although they look […]

What’s causing my foot pain? by Phoebe Machin

Exercise is meant to be good for you right? Well yes, but it may not seem like it if your feet are suddenly in pain. There are four extremely common reasons for experiencing foot pain after exercise. Each type of pain is usually only temporary and will settle down in a couple of days. However, […]

New Physit Blog. Anatomy of the foot and ankle

Anatomy of the Ankle and Foot

Fact of the day for you: If a person walks on average 7,500 steps a day and lives to be 80 years old, they’ll have walked around 216,262,500 steps in their life time. Or, if it’s easier to imagine distances, that’s 110,000 miles. To put this in perspective, the circumference of the earth is 24,901 […]

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