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.
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.
In this blog, we’ll talk about how you can care for your feet as a senior and continue to do the things you love regularly for years to come.
If you’re suffering from chronic heel pain that only seems to be getting worse, then it’s time to identify the source of your heel pain. In this blog we’ll talk about some of the most common causes of heel pain, and how you can do away with it and get back to doing the things you love most.
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.
If you’re 60 or older, then chances are your feet have undergone some wear and tear over the years. You should consider the sign of a life well lived.
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.
If your active in sporting activities, whether it be for fun or as a career, it can have a lasting effect on your foot and ankle health.
Plantar fasciitis is a foot condition that can put a damper on your ability to participate in such events as it affects the plantar fascia, which is made of collagen and joins the heel to the toes.