Any runner will be able to tell you that running is the most freeing form of exercise. You don't need the gym, you don't need a car to get there, or any special equipment. You don't need to rely on anything but your own two feet (and a good pair of shoes). If you are a runner, you can run anywhere at any time and you probably have a surface you prefer, whether it's grass, bitumen...Read More
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Like many children his age, Jake is a boy who never stays still. Ever.
This vivacious 9 year-old LOVES his sport and wants to be involved in chasing anything that closely resembles a ball!
When we first met Jake at Junction Foot and Ankle Group, his concerned Mum said she brought him in after Jake started complaining of painful heels, especially after sport.Read More
Fancy footwork makes for a good netball tactic. But while it might help your team on the scoreboard, you won’t get very far in the long term if you don't take care of your feet and ankles to ensure they don't sustain permanent damage from playing.Read More