If you’ve recently been diagnosed with diabetes you’ve probably got a long list of things to worry about. There’s one more thing to add: watching out for possible health complications associated with diabetes.
One of the most common foot problems that plague adults is plantar fasciitis. The symptoms of plantar fasciitis affect millions of Americans with varying levels of discomfort and pain.
One of the most common New Year’s resolutions is to be active and healthy. The solution for you might be walking your way to good health. And bonus (from our podiatry perspective), it’s good for your foot health too!
We’ve come up with some ways to sneak in some foot exercises while you’re at work. After all, we spend at least 8 hours a day at our workplace, so why not try to maximize our time there?
In order to prevent and reduce the effects of the colder weather on arthritis, try some of the following tips in addition to making some lifestyle changes for arthritic feet.
Let’s focus on relieving your bunion woes by setting some guidelines for the shoes you wear.
We are talking about the disease called Athlete’s Foot. Because of the name, you might think that it only applies to athletes, right? Well, let’s see how it might affect other people.
During this busy holiday season, take some time to appreciate and love on your feet. Here are some things you can do to show your feet how grateful you are.
While unsupportive shoes don’t necessarily cause bunions, they might be the reason that they are getting worse.
While we treat many foot and ankle injuries, we also see many patients who come in for overuse issues and problems caused by ill-fitting footwear.