You’ll want to take a few precautions to ensure that your feet will be protected. Below are some common foot concerns at the beach.
If you suffer from osteoporosis, it’s essential to safeguard your feet and the rest of your body from falls to prevent fractures.
While we want all of our patients to enjoy a break from this long winter, we also want to remind you of some important tips for protecting your feet so that a dream vacation doesn’t turn into a podiatric nightmare!
Low vision, a condition of visual impairment that cannot be corrected with eye glasses, medication or surgery, is responsible for a large percentage of falls.
A beach day is fun and relaxing for the whole family—if you take a few precautions to protect your feet.
May is National Skin Cancer and National Melanoma Awareness Months and with our patients gearing up to hit our beautiful Nassau and Suffolk County beaches we at Long Island Foot & Ankle Group PC thought this was the perfect time to address this important issue.
At Long Island Foot & Ankle Group, PC, we want to urge our patients to follow proper safety precautions to avoid toe, foot and ankle injuries. Most injuries occur in two ages groups: children under the age of 14 and adults over the age of 44.