We believe in a whole-body approach to good health. That’s why we recognize American Heart Month and want patients to do everything possible to help prevent heart disease. One significant way to improve heart health is through diet.
November is American Diabetes Month and we want to take this opportunity to share information about this disease which can have significant effects on the health of your feet.
We want to help children and families understand the connection between obesity and your feet. Being overweight puts extra strain on your feet, ankles and knees. The extra weight also greatly increases your risk for many foot conditions.
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.
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.
February is American Heart Health Month and we want to focus on an important aspect of heart, foot and total body health—losing weight. If you are obese or overweight, your risk for heart disease and high blood pressure is significantly increased.