Inward and outward feet

Some children walk in or out with their feet. It is mostly due to changes in hip mobility and usually go away by itself over time. Sometimes the forefoot may be twisted so that the toes point inwards. Then stretching exercises are often enough, but sometimes the foot may need to be plastered.

Health spurs – pain under the heel

Under the foot, in the hollow foot, sits a wide and thick tendon which is an important support. If you overload the tendon, you may get a pain in the tendon attachment under the heel. Occasionally, a build-up of the bone is formed on the underside of the heel. It looks like an X-ray spur, and is therefore called a heel spur.