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.
Achilles Tendinitis is typically an overuse injury. A sudden increase in speed, intensity, or duration of an exercise can trigger a flare-up of symptoms.
Athletes, dancers, and women who wear high heels are all at risk of the same thing: metatarsalgia. This overuse injury is usually a consequence of some other problem.
Strengthening exercises, stretching, using the correct shoes, and changing your running foot strike can help reduce the risk of injury and pain. Read on for tips!
Those who run often will have experience with the various foot problems.
Morton’s neuroma is a painful condition of the foot caused by thickened nerve tissues. The inflamed tissue irritates the nerve and causes painful symptoms.
As our seniors become older, they may have more needs to ensure that they live pain- and injury-free. Beyond medical devices and medications, there are small changes we can make around the house to make things a little bit easier for them.
What are hammertoes? What causes them? How can you prevent hammertoes from developing, and how do you stop them from getting worse?
Are you embarrassed by the looks of your feet? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. Read on to see what toe deformities you might have, as well as if you should come in for treatment.