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Heart Health & Your Feet In recognition of American Heart Month, it’s the perfect time to raise awareness about circulation problems like peripheral artery disease that can lead to severe problems like heart attack and stroke. Peripheral artery disease (PAD) is caused by excessive fat deposits in the lining of your arteries that often causes adverse symptoms in the feet and...
3 Skin Cancers That Can Affect Your Feet Skin cancer is often associated with excessive exposure to ultraviolet light so many people believe they are unlikely to develop skin cancer on their feet. This is not the case. In fact, some of the most dangerous tumors start growing on the feet unnoticed. One type of cancer can grow hidden under your toenails mimicking toenail...

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5 Types of Foot & Ankle Fractures While professional athletes and practitioners of dance may be more susceptible to experiencing a foot or ankle fracture, just engaging in a regular exercise program or vigorous work puts considerable stress on the feet. You can help avoid foot and ankle injuries and fractures by wearing properly fitted shoes with custom orthotic devices. The type of...

Posted by on in Diabetic foot care
Essential Diabetic Foot Care November is American Diabetes Month and a time when we pay particular attention to the explosive growth of diabetes and the major foot complications that can plague sufferers. Nerve damage from diabetes can cause foot numbness so that cuts and other foot damage goes undetected until the problem has worsened. A diabetic foot ulcer can lead...

Posted by on in Sports and injuries
Analyze That Ankle Sprain Ankle injuries are among the most common problems treated by foot doctors. An ankle sprain or strain often happens without warning by rolling your foot over while playing sports or by awkwardly stepping on a curb while crossing the street. The ankle joint consists of many bones, ligaments, and other tissues that are susceptible to stress...
Use Custom Orthotics and Braces to Prevent Falls September is Fall Prevention Awareness Month, and one of the best ways to improve balance and prevent falls is with custom orthotic shoe inserts and braces that can also help with many other foot and ankle problems. Improper arch support and pronation problems can be corrected along with corresponding knee, hip, and back pain. Expertly made...
Why is The Ball of My Foot So Swollen & Painful? Many issues can contribute to the ball of the foot becoming swollen and painful. The ball of the foot absorbs nearly as much force as the heel area with every step making the three middle toe bones more susceptible to injury and swelling. Pain in the ball of the foot can be caused by everything from stress...
3 Common Causes of Foot Odor Your feet contain about 250,000 sweat glands each, which is way more than any other part of your body, so it’s no wonder that moisture-related foot odor is a major cause of trips to your foot doctor’s office. Bacteria and fungi love the moist environment inside your shoes so taking steps to keep your feet clean...

Posted by on in Plantar fasciitis
Why Do My Arches Hurt? The bottom of your foot consists of three separate arch segments, two that run along the length of the foot and one that transverses the width. In addition to these components, the arch is made up of many other connective tissues and muscles so there is a wide variety of potential causes of arch pain. Your...
What is the Best Indoor Footwear During Quarantine? Choosing the right footwear while cooped up at home during quarantine is essential for the health of your feet and ankles. While it may be tempting to walk around barefoot, doing so for extended periods can cause your arches to weaken and even collapse. Weak and fallen arches will not only contribute to bunion and hammertoe...

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