While we acknowledge the comfort and convenience of these shoes, it’s very important to observe some precautions. Follow the do’s and don’ts below to protect your feet this summer.
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All of us at one time or another have “turned an ankle.” But what if that uncomfortable sensation of your ankle giving way and twisting under you happens often? This may be a sign of a condition known as chronic ankle instability.
Wet and sloppy weather conditions along with colder temperatures can mean an increase in the risk of foot health problems for diabetic patients.
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.
Did you know that as many as 80% of untreated ankle sprains result in long term problems such as chronic pain, ankle instability, re-injury and arthritis?