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.
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!
You may think of going barefoot in the summer as the ideal scenario for catching these fungal conditions, but we see a fair number of cases of these conditions during the winter months as well.
Wet and sloppy weather conditions along with colder temperatures can mean an increase in the risk of foot health problems for diabetic patients.
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.