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6 03, 2018

Recover Faster From Sports Injuries

By | March 6th, 2018|Prevention and Care, Treatment|1 Comment

Getting hurt, even when doing a sport you love, isn’t fun. As painful as the foot or ankle injury is, the potentially long time spent on the sidelines recovering can be almost just as painful. You want to be out there on the field, helping your team get the victory. With your injury, the busy [...]

28 02, 2018

How to Clear Up Fungal Toenails Fast

By | February 28th, 2018|Foot and Ankle Conditions, Treatment|3 Comments

Updated: 2020 Though it is usually only discussed during sandal season, toenail fungus is a problem for many people throughout the year. The most common characteristics of toenail fungus is a discoloration to the nail, usually white, brown, or yellow. It also can cause the nails to become thick or crack. Since the fungus can [...]

23 02, 2018

10 Training Tips to Avoid Heel Pain

By | February 23rd, 2018|Foot and Ankle Conditions, Prevention and Care|0 Comments

It’s a few months into the new year and 2018 is the year you’ve decided to take your fitness seriously. You may have signed up for a 5K or even a marathon to make sure you don’t back out of your fitness commitment. Maybe you’re new to running or maybe you haven’t run for many [...]

19 01, 2018

Why Does my Foot Hurt?

By | January 19th, 2018|Foot and Ankle Conditions|0 Comments

Our feet are important, but often we take them for granted. That is, until they begin to hurt and not function properly. Foot pain isn’t fun and can drastically affect your everyday life. Here are common foot pain issues and their possible causes: Plantar Fasciitis Plantar fasciitis is an inflammation of the connective tissue that [...]

19 01, 2018

How to Take Care of Your Feet From a Young Age

By | January 19th, 2018|Prevention and Care|0 Comments

A lifetime of moving around takes a toll on your feet. Often, we don’t take as good of care for our feet as we should. By taking our feet for granted, and not giving them regular, constant TLC, we’re bound to face possible, potentially painful and debilitating consequences. The regular habit of caring for your [...]

19 12, 2017

FAQs About Orthotics

By | December 19th, 2017|FAQs, Orthotics|1 Comment

Many people that complain of foot pain say they need an orthotic. Indeed, they should talk to their podiatrist about customized orthotics, but most will settle for cheap, ineffective shoe inserts instead. If you’re one of those patients who suffer from foot pain and think you need an orthotic, here are some orthotic FAQs to help [...]

28 11, 2017

Everything you Need to Know about Foot Care and Your Diabetes

By | November 28th, 2017|Diabetic Foot Care, Foot and Ankle Conditions|1 Comment

Diabetes can have an impact on the nerves and blood vessels in the feet, which can lead to numbness or make it hard to heal injuries and resist infections. On top of that, it can make it hard to sense pain in your feet, so you could have a cut and never even know it. [...]

22 11, 2017

How to Take Care of Your Feet to Avoid Ingrown Toenails

By | November 22nd, 2017|Foot and Ankle Conditions, Prevention and Care|0 Comments

When was the last time you actively thought about taking care of your hands and feet? These body parts often get left at the wayside when it comes to active prevention against health problems, even though they are just as important. Depending on the season, your feet may be overly exposed to the elements or [...]

30 10, 2017

What is Plantar Fascia and How Does It Affects Your Heel?

By | October 30th, 2017|Foot and Ankle Conditions|3 Comments

Plantar Fasciitis is the Most Common Cause Heel Pain It is the inflammation of a band of tissue similar to a ligament on the bottom of the foot which starts on the heel and extends out to the ball of the foot.The fascia becomes irritated, inflamed and thickened.    Symptoms & Causes Typically [...]

25 09, 2017

What To Do If You Have Heel Pain

By | September 25th, 2017|Foot and Ankle Conditions, Treatment|0 Comments

Heel Pain, "Walk it Off" or Have it Checked? Heel pain is something that is very common and very treatable. The problem is a lot of the time we think we can "just walk it off". In some cases this works and the pain decreases or relieves itself. However, sometimes we try to "walk [...]