If you’re developing a bunion, you might wonder if wearing high heels is making the problem worse. Learn more about the relationship between bunion pain and high heels, and how to choose the right footwear for you.
When your feet need more or better support, custom orthotics can help. Read to learn more about getting started with custom orthotic inserts, and what to expect when you use orthotics to support your feet.
Diabetes puts you at risk of injuries and skin damage in the area around your feet and ankles due to diabetic neuropathy and circulation issues. Read for foot care tips that can help to protect your skin!
Ingrown toenails can cause pain and other problems for your feet. If you can catch ingrown toenails early, you have a better chance of keeping the problem from getting worse. What are early signs of an ingrown toenail?
Are your feet affected by the deformity known as hammertoes? You don’t have to live with the problem. Check out these effective strategies for reversing hammertoes and restoring the shape and function of your feet.
If you see signs of toenail fungus like nail thickening or discoloration, you might wonder where you picked up the fungal infection. Did you know that, under the right circumstances, toenail fungus can be very contagious? Read more.
Warts can be both uncomfortable and embarrassing. You hope they’ll go away on their own. However, warts typically need professional care due to the underlying viral infection that causes symptoms. Read to learn more.
Did you know that people living with diabetes need to take extra care of their feet? Read to understand the connection between diabetes and your foot health, and what you need to do to keep your feet in good shape.
If you’re concerned about a potential stress fracture, you should get checked out by a medical professional to make sure the issue isn’t serious. Leaving a stress fracture untreated can have serious complications. Read to learn more.
Podiatry conditions like hammertoes can affect the fit of your shoes, your gait, and even how easy it is for you to get out and about. Read to learn about some of the ways that a professional podiatrist can treat a hammertoe.
If you have an ingrown toenail, can you just wait and hope for it to go away? Ingrown toenails can worsen over time, developing infection and possibly leading to complications. Learn about your professional treatment options for ingrown toenails.
The ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) located at the front of your knee is a common location for sports injuries. After an ACL injury or ACL tear, you need the right treatment to return to your sport. Read to learn more.
If you’re experiencing heel pain, you might start to wonder about stress fractures in your heel bone. Could a stress fracture be the source of your symptoms? Read to learn more about stress fractures and heel pain.
Diabetes can cause problems in your feet due to nerve damage and restricted blood flow. Read to learn more about how diabetes causes foot issues, and what you can do to handle common foot problems that could arise for people living with diabetes.
Your Achilles tendon is essential to being able to walk properly and to play sports. It’s also a tendon that’s prone to overuse injuries. Read on to learn about the problems athletes — and regular folks — face, as well as what can be done to treat them.
Bunions on your feet make walking a challenge, and can impede your ability to wear some types of shoes. Read to learn more about how podiatry professionals can help with even the worst case of bunions.
Painful feet can stop you from living the life that you desire. Could you benefit from custom orthotics? Read on to learn if you’re a good candidate for these devices, and how custom orthotics could benefit you.
Ingrown toenails often become quite painful. Left untreated, an ingrown toenail can even result in a serious infection. Read on to learn more about professional treatment options for your ingrown toenail.
If you’ve got unsightly or uncomfortable plantar warts, you need professional care to deal with the deep roots of this viral infection. Read on to learn more about plantar warts, and how we can help with effective treatments for your warts.
If you or a loved one are diabetic, you need to know about the importance of foot care for people living with this chronic condition. Nerve damage can lessen sensation in your legs and feet, making care essential for keeping your extremities healthy.
If you’re suffering from heel pain, you should know about plantar fasciitis. One of the most common causes of foot and heel pain, this condition is fully treatable by modern medicine. Read to learn more about plantar fasciitis.
Ankle sprains can be painful and limiting. After you’ve sprained your ankle, what steps can you take to prevent further injuries? Keep reading for helpful tips and tricks to strengthen and heal your ankle after a sprain.
Flat feet can make going about your daily activities more difficult by spurring pain and stiffness. Custom orthotics are prescription inserts you wear in your shoes that can make a substantial, positive difference.
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