Avoid Foot Injuries
If your feet do not have the correct support – or glide backwards and forwards in your shoes – they can easily suffer abnormal strain. This results in you tensing the muscles and tendons in your feet abnormally. In the long term, this can result in injury to your knees, hips and back
Foot problems often develop slowly and insidiously. And the potential for foot problems increases with age. Typical foot problems are skin and toenail complaints, pain, and injuries due to abnormal stresses and strains.
Foot, knee and back injuries account for the majority of sick days.
In other words, the right safety shoes make a great difference.
Lars Eghamn, orthopaedic engineer
OUCH, IT HURTS!
The foot has a tough job to do and there is a lot that can go wrong.
Foot problems can be crippling and often very painful. But don´t worry, we´ve listed the most common injuries and how to treat them.