We believe in helping our patients be proactive in the care of their feet. Below are some do’s and don’ts for keeping your feet healthy.
If you have a foot or ankle disorder, however, you can end up sacrificing your feet for savings and doing damage that may last through the holiday season and beyond. With the proper precautions, however, most patients can still enjoy this marathon shopping spree.
We often discover that many patients do not fully understand the difference between a prescription orthotic and a shoe insert that can be purchased at the drug store.
Each year more than 37,000 people sustain injuries from a power mower.
Conducting self exams on your feet is a way to monitor the health of your feet and ankles between appointments and to catch new foot problems in their earliest stages.
Even though walking is a low impact activity it can still cause significant injury to toes, feet and ankles if you fail to observe the proper precautions.
Conditions such as arthritis or tendonitis where inflammation is a symptom can also be aggravated or improved by food choices.
Although arthritic disorders can occur in all ages, races, and both sexes, there are some factors that put a person at a higher risk
At Long Island Foot & Ankle Group, PC, however, we’ve seen too many patients come in with injuries or foot pain after hiking so we thought we’d offer these tips for protecting your feet when you hit the trails.
If you’re lucky enough to have one more chance to squeeze in a vacation this summer we at Long Island Foot & Ankle Group, PC want to suggest that you remember to pack a bag for your feet.
Although we recognize that these shoes are easy to wear and help feet stay cool on hot days, we also see many injuries and chronic foot problems that develop from the long-term wearing of flip flops.
A beach day is fun and relaxing for the whole family—if you take a few precautions to protect your feet.
Some simple and easy ways to prevent foot conditions from developing and ensure that your feet will take you where you want to go for many years to come.
Walking—it’s one of the best forms of exercise out there and an activity that we at Long Island Foot & Ankle Group, PC heartily recommend to our patients for overall good health.
At Long Island Foot & Ankle Group, PC, if we had to pick one thing that has the greatest impact on the health of your feet, it would be proper footwear.