Fall Tips:

People with diabetes need to keep feet fit.


Fall brings changing leaves, cooler weather and the start of the holiday season. It also brings National Diabetes Awareness Month in November and a good time for a reminder about the importance of foot care to those who have this disease. Continue reading

Parents: are your kids wearing the right shoes?


Did you know your child’s feet can grow up to two sizes in six months? You need to account for growth when buying shoes. But don’t buy shoes that are too big — oversized shoes cause the foot to slide forward, putting excessive pressure on the toes. Continue reading

You can avoid the ‘shoe blues’


Do your feet hurt more since summertime has ended? You’re not alone. We see a lot of patients like you each fall. When it comes time to put the sandals away, these patients get the shoe blues. Continue reading

Arthritis needn’t slow down boomers.


Baby boomers aren’t ready to slow down, even if their bodies are. If you’re a member of the Me Generation, seek care if you develop joint pain in your toes, feet or ankles. While there is no fountain of youth for a degenerative condition like arthritis, there are more medical options available than ever before. The earlier your arthritis is diagnosed, the more options are available for treatment. Continue reading