Bunions and hammertoes are similar toe deformities that can be as painful as they are ugly. In this blog, we’ll talk about how you can avoid and treat bunions and hammertoes.
June is National Wound Healing Awareness Month. In this blog we discuss the best practices for avoiding and treating diabetic foot wounds and ulcers.
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.
It’s important to remember that rainy days create conditions that could leave us more vulnerable to certain foot injuries. Here are some tips to make sure we’re keeping our feet as safe as possible.
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.
Have you recently been diagnosed with diabetes? In this blog, we’ll cover a few ways you can keep your feet healthy as a new diabetic patient.
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.
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.
Anyone that plays sports or loves to exercise knows that it’s absolutely crucial to wear the right shoes for that activity.