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Lifestyle Habits for Managing Foot Pain

Are you living with foot pain? There things you can do every day to help manage your foot pain instead of just putting up with it. Read on for a list of healthy-feet lifestyle habits you can adopt.

Jan 9th, 2020
Most Common Causes For Heel Pain

Our feet are an important part of our bodies. They support us in almost all our daily tasks. If you are suffering from heel pain, it is important to determine what is causing it. Left untreated, your pain might interfere with your daily life.

Dec 1st, 2019
Getting Active Again after an ACL Injury

Have you suffered an ACL injury? Are you worried about damaging your ankle or foot during ACL tear recovery? Since your entire leg is connected, both your knee doctors and your ankle and foot doctors may need to work together for full support.

Nov 1st, 2019
Here's How Arthritis Affects Your Feet

If you have arthritis, you may be used to stiff fingers and hips. But arthritis can affect any of your joints, including those in your feet and ankles, making it hard to get through your day and putting you at risk for serious complications.

Oct 1st, 2019
How Can Lasers Help Me Heal?

Deep-tissue laser therapy is noninvasive and painless, yet powerful enough to promote faster healing, relieve pain, and reduce inflammation. Here's how we use laser therapy to help our patients recover and feel better.

Sep 1st, 2019
Why You Should Never Ignore a Potential Fracture

It’s not uncommon to ignore the pain in your foot or ankle for too long, expecting it to go away on its own. However, this type of pain can be a potential fracture. Not treating it could lead to more significant problems down the line. Here’s why.

May 7th, 2019
Custom Orthotics Can Help Avoid Heel Pain

Heel pain might start out as an annoyance, but without proper treatment, it can quickly become debilitating. Custom orthotics can relieve a lot of heel pain without surgery. Plus, they can be crafted for your unique and specific needs for optimal results

May 1st, 2019
Prepare Your Home for Foot Surgery Recovery

Your doctor has just advised that you're a great candidate for foot surgery. It may relieve years of pain and get you moving and active again, but how do you best prepare? Find out how to properly prepare your home and life for a worry-free foot surgery re

Feb 1st, 2019
5 Tips for Preventing Achilles Tendonitis

When pain in your heels keeps you out of the game or makes it painful to walk up and down stairs, it could be Achilles tendonitis. Take a minute to learn how to prevent this painful condition.

Jan 15th, 2019
High Heels: How Bad Are They for Your Feet?

As the holiday season gets into full swing, you’ll be tempted to throw on those great heels and go socialize with friends and family. Before you do, we’d like to bring you this message from your feet: Ouch.

Dec 10th, 2018
Do Bunions Always Require Surgery?

Has your big toe developed an unsightly knob on the side that makes wearing your regular shoes uncomfortable? If you’re wearing sandals in the winter because your toe hurts, it’s time to visit the doctor; you likely have a bunion.

Apr 18th, 2019
Can My Diabetes Affect My Feet?

Diabetes can cause foot pain and interfere with normal healing, making you more prone to serious foot infections — and even amputation. Here's what you should know about diabetic foot complications — and how to avoid them.

Apr 3rd, 2019
Why Toenail Fungus Can Be So Hard to Get Rid Of

Think you may have toenail fungus? Before you reach for the tea tree oil, find out why toenail fungus is so difficult to get rid of and almost always returns if not properly eradicated. Find out its secret and how you can be rid of it once and for all.

Feb 7th, 2019
6 Tips to Help Prevent Ankle Sprains

Your ankles endure tremendous strain even through the simple act of walking, so when you add the forces of more intense physical activity, it’s perhaps surprising that sprains aren’t even more common. Learn some steps you can take to lower the risk.

Feb 6th, 2019
5 Tips for Managing Plantar Fasciitis Pain

Chronic heel pain makes it difficult to walk, especially when you first get out of bed in the morning. If you suffer from recurring heel pain, it could be plantar fasciitis. Learn how to manage it with exercise, stretches, and noninvasive remedies.

Jan 15th, 2019