Athletic Foot Care

Athletes are no strangers to injuries and aches, especially when it comes to their feet and ankles. As we move into warmer weather and spring approaches, most of us and our kids are starting up our outdoor exercises and sports. Taking care of your feet before, during, and after your workout is important in preventing […]

Navigating Neuromas

Just this year, over 200,000 Americans will be diagnosed with Morton’s neuroma. Despite how common it is, some still aren’t aware of the condition and its effects on your feet. Morton’s neuroma is a nerve disorder that affects the toes, creating pain and difficulty walking. It can be difficult to manage and treat, but there […]

Buying Shoes for Spring

Spring is just around the corner and by now, most of us are eager for those sunny, warm weather days to finally be here! Are you taking up spring cleaning? Thinking about doing some spring shopping? Before you hit the shops and try on some brand-new pairs of spring shoes, it’s important to think about […]

Watch What You Eat

March is National Nutrition Month, and we’d like to shine a light on your health! The foods we eat and what we drink play a large role in our overall health and stability, especially as we age. Did you know that eating right can help keep your feet injury-free? Nutrition connects directly to the health […]

Fixes for Flat Feet

Everyone is born with flat feet. But as we age, we typically grow arches. But for some people, their foot arches never develop – or they fall over time. Flatfoot doesn’t always pose much of a problem, but it can leave you in pain and affect your walking, which is when it’s time to call […]

Your Feet and Signs of Heart Disease

In honor of February being American Heart Disease month, we want to help spread awareness for your heart health. Heart disease is the leading cause of death for Americans. That means that recognizing the signs and symptoms of this potentially devastating disease is critical. Did you know that your feet can show signs of heart […]

Easy Stretches for Healthy Feet

Stretching your feet is a routine most don’t follow. But taking the time to give your feet some love and attention with gentle exercise can go a long way in terms of foot health, safety, and long-term care. If you’re an athlete or workout daily, stretching isn’t only just recommended, but crucial for avoiding injury. […]

Preventing Frostbite

Winter’s cold temperatures can be super harsh on our lower extremities, especially on our toes. If you don’t take proper care to prevent your feet from getting cold, you may end up with frostbite. Earlier this month we discussed why you may be experiencing foot pain this January. Let’s take a closer look at frostbite […]

Taking Care of Heel Spurs

Did you know that the average American takes over 5,000 steps per day? Over time, those steps add up to miles and if you don’t take good care of your feet, it can create plenty of podiatric problems for us, especially as we grow older. For 10% of people, their problem will be heel spurs. […]

Foot Pain and Cold Weather

Wondering why your feet are in pain this winter? Ice and snow can lead to more falls and ankle injuries. But did you know that dropping temperatures can increase discomfort in your feet? Let’s take a look at why foot pain is so common during the winter and what you can do about it! Why […]

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