Three Ways That You Can Help Prevent Ingrown Toenails

29 November 2018
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Most people never even think about ingrown toenails unless the time comes when they develop the condition for themselves. When this occurs, they often have little clue about how to care for the affected toenails and how to prevent it from happening in the future. Ingrown toenails occur for a variety of reasons, but no matter how they happen, there are certain strategies designed to ease the pain of this condition and help reduce the chances of it happening in the future. Read More 

Bunion Surgery Recovery: What You Need To Know

21 September 2018
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Bunion surgery is a big step. However, the operation is only the beginning of the process. How well you tackle your recovery will have a long-term impact on the overall benefit of the procedure. Whether you or a loved one plans to have bunion surgery in the near future, it's critical you prepare for your recovery. Here are some tips to set you on the right path.  Proper Bandage Care Read More 

What To Do If You Have An Ingrown Toenail

29 June 2018
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Ingrown toenails can cause you pain in the side of your toe, but if it's infected it could cause you pain all over your toe and up your foot. If you have an ingrown toenail you may or may not know that you have one. Ingrown toenails grow into the skin on the side of your toe where the nail meets the skin. If you feel pain in this area, it is most likely an ingrown toenail. Read More 

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