We’re joining in the celebration of National Foot Health Awareness Month. Now is a good time to emphasize that every patient, no matter age or gender, can improve their foot health. Below are some tips for each member of the family.
Food plays an important role in this and other podiatric conditions. In honor of National Nutrition Month, we’d like to take a look at the food/feet connection.
Diabetes can impair circulation and nerve function—which can have a significant impact on the health of your feet.
One of the best ways to avoid these potentially damaging results is to be diligent about foot care. The following tips are especially important for those with diabetes.
Corns start out as thin layers of dead skin on the feet and can become hard or soft. They can form between toes or on the top of them. They can become painful from infections or from the pressure they create on the skin.