Did you know that the most common cause of heel pain globally is plantar fasciitis? It’s so common that 1 in 10 people will develop plantar fasciitis in their lifetime. Despite this, most of us know very little about this condition, let alone how to pronounce it!We thought it was about time to change this. Read on to discover everything you need to know about plantar fasciitis.
November is Diabetes Awareness Month. People with Diabetes need to take extra care when looking after their feet as it can often cause nerve damage, infection, and blood circulation issues. With a little TLC, these problems can be stopped from developing into bigger issues!Read on to find out SynxBody’sTips To Prevent Diabetes-Related Foot Issues.
Even though the 2020/2021 NFL Season is slightly ‘off-script,’ SynxBody recommends that avid players of the American game should stick to theirs (as prescribed by their podiatrist, of course.)NFL players typically walk away from games with their feet battered, bruised and worse for wear, but luckily there are a number of ways to maintain foot health during NFL season. Read on to find out SynxBody’s top tips to prevent injury during training and finals!
How much do you really know about your feet? If you’re stuck for ideas - don’t worry, we’re about to blow your mind with funky feet facts. You might be surprised, there’s a lot more to our feet than meets the eye! Read on to learn 10 things you never knew about your feet!
It’s Foot Health Month! It’s time to get in touch with your feet and give them some much-needed TLC.Feet fit into something much bigger than just shoes. Our foot health impacts our daily range of activities and quality of life and can even be an indicator of serious health conditions lurking below the surface. Read on to check out our top tips to keep your feet happy and healthy!
Magnesium is an essential mineral needed by every cell in your body, and is important for many metabolic functions and bodily processes, however many of us don't get our daily recommended intake. Check out our tips on how to incorporate magnesium into your daily life, and our favourite Synxplus products to avoid painful cramping.
The most common cause of heel pain in Australia is plantar fasciitis (say PLAN-tar fashy-EYE-tuss). It all comes down to the ligament that runs from your heel bone and along the sole of your foot to support your arch. While the plantar fascia ligament is very strong, it is still a ligament like any other and over-straining can make it:
Prevention is better than cure. More often than not, it’s not until we experience pain before we decide to take action. It is much better to take the necessary steps to avoid painful conditions developing in the first place.