We know that one thing you don’t want to see are toenails that look like they belong in a horror movie! Sometimes the symptoms can appear rather frightening, but usually there’s a simple explanation and effective treatment available.
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.
June is Older Americans Month and we’d like to honor this portion of our patient population with some tips specifically geared toward the care of senior feet.
Flat feet describe a condition where you have a partial or total arch collapse and your entire foot is in contact with the floor when you are standing.
One of the best ways for diabetic patients to protect their feet is by choosing appropriate shoes that are properly fitted.
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.
A plantar fibroma is a fibrous knot or nodule that forms in the plantar fascia—that long band of tissue that runs along the bottom of your foot from heel to toe.
September 22nd is Falls Prevention Day and the 10th anniversary of the National Council of Aging’s quest to reduce the top cause of fatal and nonfatal injuries in older adults.
Patients with diabetes face special concerns when it comes to foot care and health.