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There are different risk factors that may increase your chances for foot pain and conditions. Risk factors can include age, gender, jobs, pregnancy, weight gain, sports and dancing. To find out what you can do, keep reading!
As your child grows and starts to find their feet, you may notice what appear to be walking problems. Many times parents panic over their child’s walking problems, but how common is this and what should you do? Keep reading!
Often the most neglected part of the body, your feet have to absorb the stress of twice your weight every time you take a step. It’s no surprise that eight out of ten people suffer from foot problems. One way … Continue reading
Fungal nails are very difficult to cure, however there are many new options available to help rid your toes of the embarrassing discoloration and unsightly images that fungal nails are known for. Below are three options available to you: Laser … Continue reading
Orthotics are custom fit shoe inserts that correct a persons abnormal or irregular walking manners. Often times we overlook these manners, until we begin to feel pain. Pain that comes after a long day of walking or standing, normally at … Continue reading
Obesity is a serious problem in America for both children and adults. Weight gain can lead to other problems in the body such as heart disease, diabetes and foot pain. Indeed, as Americans get heavier they are literally crushing their … Continue reading
About 25 million Americans live with toe fungus, which causes the toenail to become thick and turn yellow. While ugly to look at and embarrassing in public, toenail fungus can also lead to serious infections for people with diabetes and … Continue reading
A clubfoot deformity is when a foot is short in appearance, the heel points down and the front half of the foot (forefoot) turns inward. In adults and babies with clubfoot, the heel can appear narrow and the muscles in … Continue reading
Avoid shoes that have seams over areas of pain, such as a bunion. Avoid shoes with heavy rubber soles that curl over the top of the toe area (such as seen on some running shoes), as they can catch on … Continue reading