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Pedi-Care Tips For Summer   Summer’s always all sorts of fun; beaches, bonfires, and endless sunbathing and long walks! We have to admit, it feels good to leave the shoes at home and run our toes in the sand instead, dawdle in the water and cool down from the crisp summer heat.     It’s that time of the year...

Posted by on in Common Foot Disorders
Adult Acquired Flatfoot The majority of people will experience a flattening of the arch of the feet as we age. This is a natural part of the aging process for most, as the years of abuse we put on our feet causes weakening of the soft tissue structures that support the arch of the foot and gravity dictates that...

Posted by on in Common Foot Disorders
Fallen Arches If you are like most people, you will eventually begin to notice that the shape and structure of your foot tends to change over the course of time. This is usually a simple consequence of aging, as gravity and years of abuse tend to cause our feet to get flatter as we get older. The soft...

Posted by on in Shoes
How to Make the Best Shoe Comfortable A lot of my patients complain about their shoes being too heavy, and causing pain across the top of their arch. When I recommend a solid, supportive athletic shoe, they claim they can't wear them because of the discomfort they cause. Most of these people have a decently high arch with a bony bump on...

Posted by on in Foot Health Screenings
Tendonitis in Your Foot or Ankle? Are you experiencing pain and swelling by the inner ankle bone or arch of yourfoot??? You probably are suffering from Posterior Tibial Tendonitis. So what is posterior tibial tendonitis? Posterior tibial tendonitis is a common and potentially disabling condition of the foot. The posterior tibial tendon arises from a large muscle on the inner portion...

Posted by on in Healthy tips for your feet
As Seen On TV! As Seen On TV products are hit or miss for me. The Salad Spinner was an instant hit, and I bought one for all of my family members. The Bump-It? Not so great. My sister gave it to me as a gag gift for my birthday. I think it lives in the back of one...
Have you noticed lumps on the bottom of your feet? Are they becoming larger and more painful over time especially when you walk or run? If you are experiencing these symptoms you are probably suffering from a good old case of plantar fibromatosis. Plantar fibromatosis is a disorder of unknown etiology. It is a benign reactive...
The fall season brings about a nice breeze that allows you to enjoy your morning or evening runs around the park, beach, gym or track. While relish the new season, it is important to remember that your athletic shoes are the most important piece of your athletic gear. Picking the right shoes for the seasons can...

Posted by on in Childrens Foot Problems
Often children will not tell parents of foot pain, simply because they don't know anything is wrong with it. Childhood foot problems are more common than most people think. If you have observed your child walking on their toes, limping, or complaining of heel pain and not wanting to participate in athletic activities, it is possible...

Posted by on in Diabetic foot care
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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