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How to Treat Your Feet With Care Every Summer

Whether you’re planning a day trip to sunbathe at Bayshore or have more exotic vacation plans closer to the Equator, you know how important it is to have the right items on you for the best experience. Swimsuit? Sunscreen? That novel you’ve been saving to read on a...

Treating and Managing Forefoot Problems

The front of the foot could be considered the front lines of our exposure to the world. Whenever we take a step, the front of our foot and our toes will always be heading into new territory first! There are certainly some external hazards that we should watch out for...

Does a Child Need Orthotics?

If there is a potential problem with the structure of a living thing, providing early support will often be the easiest and most effective route to improvement. Take a tree, for example. If you see signs of it leaning as a sapling, you would not wait until it was...

Heel Pain and Your Child: What You Should Know

Your child might not need to be given many excuses to run around. You might even have a developing sports star on your hands! But what happens if they start telling you their heels hurt—or you can tell they’re trying to hide the fact that they do? There are a few...

Stretches for Feet You Can Do Just About Anywhere

Moving is healthy. Moving is important! And yet many of us seem to have days where we are chained to a desk or confined to a relatively small area. It can sometimes feel quite difficult to carve out the time to move a bit during a busy day, but it’s something our...

What to Do When You Get an Ingrown Toenail

In our last blog, we discussed ways to help prevent an ingrown toenail from occurring. But what do you do when you already have one? In many cases, an ingrown toenail is mild enough to effectively manage with home treatment. However, there are times when it’s better...

Follow These Tips to Fight Ingrown Toenails

An ingrown toenailcan feel a bit like a traffic ticket. They’re both painful, odds are good you’ll probably get at least one of each in your life, but there’s never going to be a convenient time for dealing with either. In both cases, the best way to handle either is...

Common Conditions That Can Be Treated by Orthotics

Custom orthotics are one of the most versatile treatment tools any podiatrist has in her toolkit. They aren’t necessary or appropriate for every situation, of course—no treatment is. But the list of symptoms and conditions that can be prevented, treated, or...

Simple At-Home Treatments for Heel Pain

Heel pain is the type of problem that makes you want to stay in. Perhaps it’s the dread of your feet hitting the floor when you get up in the morning. Maybe you start your day at work and just know your heels will be aching and throbbing by the time you get home. Or...

MicroVas – What it is and What You Can Expect

Treatment options available to us are always evolving, with research opening up new possibilities and more effective methods all the time. MicroVas therapy is one of the newcomers, as far as medical history is concerned. A multitude of conservative treatments still...

Is It Time for a New Pair of Diabetic Shoes?

There are some things that stand the test of time: classic novels. Fine art. The TV show Survivor (for some reason).Other things, unfortunately, eventually wear out no matter how much we love them. Your favorite pair of shoes, with enough time and wear, will...

How to Coach Your Kid Through Sever’s Disease

Whether you have an Edison Eagle gearing up for the fall sports season, a future track star in the making, or simply a kid who just can’t stay in one spot for long, you know how important being active is to them. That’s why, when heel pain in children strikes, it can...

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