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My Shoes Don’t Fit: Are My Feet Getting Bigger?

Have you noticed that when you buy shoes, you need a different size than you used to wear? Is it the shoes, or is it your feet? Why would your feet change size? Is this even possible? Discover more about this strange phenomenon.

Dec 1st, 2021
Toenail-Trimming Tips for Diabetics

Diabetes is a common chronic health issue, and it poses a range of health complications from heart disease to nerve damage. If you have diabetes, you have to take special care of your feet, including how you trim your toenails. Get our tips here.

Nov 1st, 2021
Managing Plantar Fasciitis

Is plantar fasciitis heel pain preventing you from enjoying an active life? If so, read on and learn what steps you can take to get a leg up on this bothersome and sometimes even debilitating condition.

Aug 1st, 2021
The Importance of Diabetic Wound and Foot Care

If you have diabetes, your feet need extra care if you want to avoid serious complications such as loss of function or even amputation. Though taking care of your feet on your own is essential, you also need regular podiatric care. Here’s why.

Jul 13th, 2021
Treatment Options for Hammertoes

Hammertoes can make shoes uncomfortable and can cause pain throughout your foot. Fortunately, a variety of treatment options are available to help you find relief. Keep reading to learn more.

May 17th, 2021
When Do Bunions Require Surgery?

Bunions are a progressive issue, which means they’ll continue getting worse without treatment. However, is surgery always the answer when dealing with this common condition?

Apr 5th, 2021
Relieve Foot Pain With Noninvasive Radial Pulse Therapy

Do you have heel pain? Recovering from a sprained ankle? These are just a few issues that radial pulse therapy can help. Keep reading to see how this revolutionary system helps people heal from chronic foot and ankle pain — and sports injuries.

Feb 10th, 2021
What Causes Toenail Fungus?

Nail infections can be embarrassing — and frustrating. If you’re dealing with yellowed, thickened toenails, you’re probably wondering what caused the infection and how you can get rid of it. Read on to learn more.

Jan 18th, 2021
3 Tips For Preventing Injury to Your Achilles Tendon

You never thought that damage to your Achilles tendon could be so painful. Injury to this tendon includes Achilles tendonitis and Achilles rupture. Both can make activity, even walking, painful. Here are strategies to help you avoid these injuries.

Nov 1st, 2020
What Every Diabetic Should Know About Foot Care

You know diabetes affects your blood sugar and overall health, but did you know diabetes can cause serious foot problems? Read on to learn how diabetes can lead to foot trouble and what you can do to care for your feet.

Oct 12th, 2020
When an Ingrown Toenail Requires Help From Your Podiatrist

Ingrown toenails can cause pain and swelling that make it hard to wear shoes and do normal daily activities. An ingrown toenail often responds to home care, but sometimes you might just need professional care from a skilled podiatrist.

Sep 8th, 2020
Living With Chronic Tendon Injuries

Chronic tendon injuries result from chronic inflammation at a joint and can make participating in daily activity, exercise, or sports difficult, if not impossible. Living with chronic tendon pain requires creative home and health care management.

Jul 7th, 2020
7 Tips to Prevent Summer Athlete’s Foot

Summer usually brings thoughts of vacations, physical activity, and ways to enjoy the sun. Unfortunately, it also brings increased chances of developing athlete’s foot. Read on to learn what the condition is and how you can help avoid it.

Jun 12th, 2020
Living With Plantar Fasciitis

Stabbing heel pain when you first get out of bed is no way to start your day. If you experience this regularly, it could mean you’re living with plantar fasciitis. Learn how to reduce pain and swelling associated with this common foot condition.

May 22nd, 2020
5 Benefits of Custom Orthotics Beyond Foot Pain

The California climate is far too conducive to walking to let foot, ankle, knee, or back pain slow you down. Remedying your discomfort may be as simple as slipping a pair of custom-made orthotics into your shoes. Read on to discover why.

Oct 16th, 2019