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.
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.
Summer is here, and flip-flops aren’t going anywhere. We suggest that you consider comfort and safety when choosing footwear, so here are a few times to avoid wearing flip-flops.
We’ve all had a foot blister at some point in our lives. They may be small, but they can pack a punch. In this blog we talk about how to prevent blisters and how to treat them.
What we eat affects the way our bodies feel and function from head to toe – literally! In this blog, we’ll talk about a few changes you can make to your diet that your feet will thank you for.
Heel pain is one of the most frequent complaints podiatrists will hear around the office. And for a good reason, too. Heel pain is most commonly associated with an inflammation of the plantar fascia tendon that connects your heel to the ball of your foot.
Corns and calluses on your feet are equal parts unsightly and uncomfortable. They have some similarities and differences, but you’ll want to prevent both of them from appearing anywhere on your feet.
In many ways, arthritis is a normal part of aging, and although it cannot be reversed, that does not mean that it cannot be treated.
From spending more time outside, to attending more parties, to opting for more open footwear or no footwear at all, your feet and ankles are likely to go through some big adjustments.