Here are some ways to prepare for your visit so that it will be of maximum benefit to you and enable your podiatrist to give you a prompt and accurate diagnosis and make your visit go as smoothly as possible.
We want to offer some suggestions for showing these amazing parts of your body how much you value all they do for you. Below are 5 suggestions for improving your foot health and well-being.
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!
These amazing parts of your body do so much and yet, are often just taken for granted until there’s a problem that limits the ability to live a normally active life.
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.
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.
Okay, blisters are not the most serious foot problem that we treat but they can be annoying, painful and a potential cause of infection if not properly treated. We always tell patients never to pop a blister.
It’s important to get in the habit of checking your feet on a regular basis. Sometimes at Long Island Foot & Ankle Group, PC we find that seemingly minor symptoms may actually be pointing to a serious health problem that goes way beyond a patient’s feet.
March is National Nutrition Month. What does food have to do with your feet? Well at Long Island Foot & Ankle Group, PC we’re glad you asked. There are a number of ways that your diet can impact your podiatric health, including: