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13 01, 2020

The Connection Between Foot Pain and Heart Disease

By | January 13th, 2020|Foot and Ankle Conditions, Prevention and Care|0 Comments

Our feet are something we often take for granted. We often forget how much we rely on our feet until we start experiencing pain. Foot pain can range from an uncomfortable inconvenience to being unable to walk, but it is how the body lets us know there is something wrong. One lesser-known connection about our [...]

25 11, 2019

How Runners Can Prevent and Deal with Bunions

By | November 25th, 2019|Foot and Ankle Conditions, Treatment|0 Comments

Running has many health benefits, but one thing that is not a benefit is bunions. This is a very common foot condition. It is well known for the stereotypical, large protuberance on the base of the big toe. It is important to know how to spot and treat a bunion before it causes an even [...]

11 11, 2019

5 Common Foot Problems and How to Treat Them

By | November 11th, 2019|Foot and Ankle Conditions, Treatment|0 Comments

Feet are something most people take for granted until they have a problem. Whether it is pain from an injury, condition, or illness, taking proper care of the feet is essential to being active. Since everyone is slightly different, the best way to treat foot problems is to visit a podiatrist. Here are five common [...]

14 10, 2019

Caring For Your Feet During Pregnancy

By | October 14th, 2019|Prevention and Care|0 Comments

Pregnancy is an exciting phase of life for most women. With all the fun fluttery kicks and anticipation of baby’s arrival comes tired, swollen muscles. One area most pregnant women experience aches and pains are in the feet. If you are looking for some relief, here are some simple tricks for giving your legs and [...]

30 09, 2019

How To Know It’s Time To Replace Your Running Shoes

By | September 30th, 2019|Footwear|0 Comments

Whether you are an avid runner, walker, or just enjoy an occasional jog, having a good pair of running shoes is the most important tool. Shoes don’t last forever and once the soles wear down, the risk of injury increases. Since no one wears their shoes the same amount of time or has the same [...]

27 02, 2019

The History of Podiatry

By | February 27th, 2019|History|0 Comments

Podiatry is the branch of medicine and study dedicated to the feet, ankles, and lower extremities. This form of doctoring is considered a specialty with extra training involved for the designation. The curriculum covered in podiatric medical school programs learning the lower extremity anatomy more thoroughly and genetic conditions, surgeries, and physical rehabilitation skills specifically [...]

15 02, 2019

Morton’s Neuroma: A Common but Not Well-Known Foot Disorder

By | February 15th, 2019|Foot and Ankle Conditions, Treatment|0 Comments

There are many problems that can happen with the feet from sports, accidents, and bad genetics. Among the top three disorders that occur in feet is a condition called Morton’s neuroma. It receives less attention than bunions and plantar fasciitis, but up to 1/3 of the population have the beginnings of neuromas, but don’t even [...]

29 01, 2019

How Foot Pain and Your Back are Related

By | January 29th, 2019|Foot and Ankle Conditions, Treatment|1 Comment

Feet are great for helping us get around and maintain stability, but they are often the last thing anyone thinks about until they are in pain. Foot pain is caused by many different possible problems, including the structure of the foot, bad arches, improper footwear, and old injuries. While many doctors are prepared to discuss [...]

15 01, 2019

Show Your Feet Some Love with DIY Soaks and Scrubs

By | January 15th, 2019|Prevention and Care|0 Comments

During the Christmas season, everyone is exchanging gifts with those they love. Why not show some of that love to your feet? After all the shopping, traveling, and running around to all the events that go on during this time of year, most feet have taken a beating. Try some of these treatments you can [...]

30 11, 2018

Ways to Prevent Plantar Fasciitis

By | November 30th, 2018|Foot and Ankle Conditions, Prevention and Care|0 Comments

As the weather warms up, people are heading out to enjoy the great outdoors. If you love hiking, biking, running and seeking out adventures, don’t let plantar fasciitis get in the way. Plantar fasciitis is when the tissue connecting your heel to your toes (the plantar fascia) becomes inflamed. It feels like a stabbing pain [...]