We want to help you age well while helping you prevent foot and ankle pain. Here are some things that you can do to help your feet age well.
When it comes to any form of pain, we recommend that you respond quickly by scheduling an appointment with a podiatrist. Early detection may prevent a condition from worsening. Here are three reasons you may be experiencing chronic pain.
If your child has diabetes, there are a few things to consider when picking out shoes for the school year. It’s important for parents to keep an eye on their children’s feet and act fast if any symptoms worsen.
There’s a huge sense of relief when your corn has been treated — until you discover that you have another one. Here are a few details that may help you cancel out corns.
Whether the forecast calls for rain — or shine, are you ready? Wearing the proper footwear is about more than just what’s “in” for the season. Safety and comfort are important, too.
Change happens, and we’re here to help. If you think your feet are telling you it’s time for a new pair of shoes, listen. We encourage you to wear shoes that meet your needs — in each season of your life.
Listening to your body and scheduling regular appointments with your podiatrist can help you stay in-tuned to changes that may happen to your feet or ankles.
One of the common conditions associated with diabetes is diabetic peripheral neuropathy. This is permanent nerve damage that can affect the arms, hands, legs, and feet. In this blog we answer some questions you may have about this condition.
Plantar warts are a form of the common wart, which is caused by a viral infection that has affected the skin. In this blog we discuss two rules to follow at the pool that can protect your feet from warts.
When it comes to healthy feet, you should not ignore taking care of your toes. Here are three ways you may be harming your toes.