Taking Care Of Your Feet

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Taking Care Of Your Feet

I have always loved my feet, which is probably one of the reasons I started investing so much time into their care. I began focusing on looking after them while I was working out, and it made a big difference in the way that my feet felt. Before I knew it, I was able to do just about any kind of physical activity without pain, and it was really interesting to see how big of a difference visiting with a podiatrist made. My doctor understood what challenges my feet were up against, and he worked hard to help me to resolve them. Check out this blog for more information.

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3 Tips To Prevent Ingrown Toenails

22 November 2018
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If you have ever had an ingrown toenail, you know it's something that you want to avoid. Ingrown toenails can be painful and unsightly, and there is always the risk of an infection. Taking good care of your feet by following these tips can help you avoid ingrown toenails. 1. Wear Shoes That Fit Properly One of the big things that can cause ingrown toenails is wearing improperly sized shoes. This is because improperly sized shoes can leave your toes with too little room, which can encourage toenails to grow into your skin. Read More …

Is Your Teen Beauty Queen Struggling To Find Good Varicose Vein Treatment?

28 August 2018
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Trying to earn a career in the beauty world can be a challenging and often up-hill battle for many teenagers. Unfortunately, the early development of varicose veins may sabotage her attempts to succeed. And if she isn't responding to treatment, it might be time to consider a podiatry clinical trial. They offer an extra bit of treatment that could destroy these veins for good.  Varicose Veins Can Be Unpredictable Read More …

How Pregnancy Affects The Feet & What You Can Do About It

24 April 2018
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Pregnancy causes a lot of changes in a woman's body, including in the feet. In fact, according to research, pregnancy causes changes in the structure of the foot. It's believed that this is due to the body's secretion of a hormone called relaxin during pregnancy. Relaxin's role is to loosen ligaments in the body so childbirth is possible.  Another issue that can affect feet during pregnancy is weight gain and edema, which can cause additional problems with the already loosening ligaments in the feet. Read More …

Why You Should Have Your Toenail Fungus Treated By Your Podiatrist

27 February 2018
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Although toenail fungus is unsightly, you may not be too concerned about it if you keep your feet hidden in your shoes. However, there are important reasons you should see a podiatrist to have your toenail treated. Toenail fungus can be more than just a cosmetic problem. Here are some complications you might face if you don't treat the nail. The Fungus Can Spread The fungus that infects toenails spreads easily. Read More …

Foot Problems In The Winter? Here’s How You Protect Your Feet

17 November 2017
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If the cracking and dryness in your feet become worse when it's cold, you may have a problem called seasonal dryness, or "winter itch." Seasonal dryness can make it difficult to treat or manage existing foot problems, as well as allow new problems to show up. Although it might seem impossible to ease the problems in your feet, you can with the information below. What Should You Know About Your Feet? Read More …