Diabetics: How Do You Safely Treat Your Peeling Foot Skin?

19 March 2018
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If you're a diabetic individual who has dry, peeling skin on your feet, you want to use safe and effective ways to remove the dead skin. The skin on your feet is delicate and fragile, so it's important to use the right treatments for them. If you use the wrong over-the-counter treatments, you could aggravate your diabetes or damage your feet. The information below can help you remove your peeling skin without harming your feet. Read More 

How To Find Out How To Treat A Stress Fracture In Your Foot

20 December 2017
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Tennis is one of those sports that put you at a high risk for foot injuries. The impact of the sport causes constant pressures on the bones and tissues in your ankles and feet. With time, this activity results in injuries. Read on to find out how to treat a stress fracture in your foot. Understand Why The Injury Occurs There are a number of reasons why stress fractures occur in sports. Read More 

3 Foot Care Tips For Runners

26 August 2017
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As a runner, you put your feet through a lot of hard work. It's important to take especially good care of your feet when you're a runner, because otherwise, you risk injury, damage to your feet, and chronic pain that will not only put an end to your love of running but possibly affect your mobility and overall health. Luckily, there are things you can do to prevent problems with your feet and keep them comfortable and healthy. Read More 

A Visit To The Podiatrist

11 July 2017
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If you have been active in sports for very long, you have may have gone through a foot or ankle injury. These are very common injuries in the sports world, which makes sense when you stop to think about how much athletes depend on their feet and their ankles. It is very important that athletes take care of their feet and ankles, but it can be hard to know exactly how to do that. Read More 

4 Ways To Help Your Child Athlete Avoid Sports Injuries

18 April 2017
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If you have a child athlete, no matter what sport they play, you want to be sure that you work with your child to avoid injuries. This way, you don't end up with huge hospital bills and your child doesn't potentially end up with an injury that can prevent them from pursuing a career in the sport. Here are four ways to help avoid injuries: Physical Exam: Before your child signs up for a sport, it's always best to bring them in for a physical exam. Read More