In the winter months, many of us move our exercise routine indoors. From running on the health club track, participating in court sports such as basketball or tennis, or skating on indoor ice rinks, indoor sports can cause many types of foot or ankle injuries. Continue reading
Now that you’re wearing those summer shoes or hanging out by the pool, you may notice some thick areas of skin on your feet, possibly even causing some pain. It could be a corn or a callus — but what’s the difference between the two?
“Don’t cross your eyes, they’ll stay that way!”
Old wives’ tales and myths like that example are fun to laugh at. But there are other myths that are no laughing matter, especially when they involve your health. Continue reading
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
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