Diabetic foot care

 

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The quarterback of the New York Giants was just diagnosed with plantar fasciitis. It's a problem that usually develops over time and lingers. The Giants (4-0) have listed Manning as day to day with the plantar fasciitis, which has caused soreness and swelling in the heel and arch area on the bottom of his foot. It's...
When one sprains their ankle, the ligaments stretch. In fact, there are micro-tears of the ligament fibers.If not treated immediately,scar tissue can form between these torn fibers.This will lead to a very tight and painful ankle and makes it more difficult to treat. If you sprain your ankle, remember: RICE: rest, ice, compression (ace wrap) and...

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It’s getting close to beach season and I bet this spring you were excited about getting back into your fitness program so you could fit into that new bathing suit you just bought. And as the weeks pass your workouts went well, you started noticing results. You felt good and were well on your way to...

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This spring you should keep your eyes open for plantar warts. Plantar warts on the feet are usually painful when squeezing, walking, or standing. These warts grow inward rather than outward. Planter is a word that simply means the bottom of the foot. This makes any wart found on the sole of your foot a plantar...

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Women are constantly on the go but, their choice of shoes are not always going in the right direction with them. Women who wear stilettos often tend to have ankle injuries. This is a result of the height and narrowness of the heel. These women are likely to have a lot of feet pain because,...

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