Heel Pain

  1. Foot Pain 101: What Causes Heel & Ankle Pain?

    They’re usually the last things we take care of, but the demands made on our feet and lower limbs can lead to a range of injuries, including blisters, sprained ankles, torn ligaments, shin splints (leg pain), knee pain, lower back pain and other joint or muscle problems. There’s a lot going on in our feet: bones, ligaments, tendons and many more which means the causes of foot pain can range from an injury and inflammation to more serious structural issues. They’re what get us moving and are the foundation of our health, so look after them using our tips to help avoiding and managing everyday heel and ankle pain.

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  2. How To Make Heels Comfortable This Party Season
    Elegant, sexy, stylish but sometimes instruments of torture – don't give up on your heels and find out how to make them work for you
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  3. Insoles Explained: What Are They & What Are The Benefits?
    Whether standing or walking, most of us spend well over half of our life "on our feet". This is fine, because an active life keeps us fit. However, considering that on average, a human being walks three times around the earth during a lifespan, the strain for our feet is enormous. This is why many people, particularly working people who need to be on their feet a lot, as well as those who enjoy...
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  4. The Ultimate Party Feet Guide From Scholl
    Read our top tips on caring for your feet so that you can show them off this party season. Learn how to add footcare into your routine with Scholl, today.
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  5. How To Identify, Understand And Manage Plantar Fasciitis

    The infamous ’jogger’s heel’ or plantar fasciitis is a very common disorder that causes many people to feel pain in the heel and sole of the foot. Everyone puts too much stress on their feet from time to time – whether it’s standing for long periods, going overboard on the exercise, wearing the wrong footwear or gaining weight, these can all responsible for discomfort. We share our effective tips that you can use to help soothe the pain.

     

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  6. Ankle Pain & Sprains: Causes & Management

    If you have a sprained ankle, you’re not alone as this is one of the most common types of injuries doctors see. Alongside being painful and swollen, it may be hard to move the foot properly. The good news is that there is a lot of self-care advice out there to help, and most injuries can heal well by themselves within several months.

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  7. Aching Feet: Causes & Remedy

    Overdone walking or running, or just spent too much time on your feet lately? Most people will experience achy feet at some point, which not only affects how you move, but can also affect your mood and can lead to more serious foot issues further down the line.

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  8. Feel Comfortable In Heels For The Festive Season
    Ensure you don’t let your shoes ruin the festive season with Scholl’s range of GelActiv insoles. Find out which insoles to wear for which activity, today.
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  9. The Best Tights To Keep Your Legs Feeling Energised This Year's Party Season
    Help your legs through the busy festive season this year with our Scholl Light Legs™ Tights. Discover how to make your legs look and feel incredible, today.
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  10. Busting High Heel Myths With Scholl
    The balls and heels of the feet are typically the centres of pain. With insoles and heel strips it is possible to make the first steps on new heels more comfortable.
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  11. How To Wear Scholl GelActiv Insoles With High Heels
    Sit down on a chair and slightly lift your feet from the ground, while stretching out your legs. Slowly pull the tips of your toes to your body and stretch them out again. You will feel how the ankles and calf muscles will stretch. A warm sensation will rise in your feet and legs.

     

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  12. Scholl GelActiv Insoles: Everything You Need To Know
    Scholl GelActiv insoles - the gel comfort sensation that keeps you going.
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