Podiatry Treatments For Kids

How To Treat The Foot Pain Caused By Over-Use Of Your Feet

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Whether you have to stand on your feet all day at work, are taking your family to a large theme park, or will be spending a week hiking on a remote trail, it is important for you to know how to care for your feet when they invariably become sore. While there are a few things you can do to prevent some foot pain, over-using your feet for many hours will nearly always make them tired and sore. Read More»

How To Run With Bunions

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If you are unlucky enough to have developed a bunion while you were running, you might be worried that your favorite form of exercise is impossible now unless you get surgery or wait for it to heal. Luckily, this is not the case. Although bunions can be painful, there are things that you can do to run with bunions successfully while you wait for surgery to become a viable option for your current situation in life. Read More»

The Do's And Don'ts Of Caring For Foot Blisters

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Blisters on the feet are relatively common, especially if you’re an athlete or you spend a lot of time on your feet. Most often, they heal up on their own with little to no intervention as long as you take steps to stop the rubbing. However, many people make mistakes when caring for their blisters, which may lead to infections and slow healing. Adhere to these do’s and don’ts the next time you develop a blister on your foot. Read More»

Signs That May Iindicate A Fractured Foot

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It is important to make sure that you are well aware of the signs that you may have a foot that is fractured. This way, you will be able to quickly schedule an appointment with a podiatrist in order get the best help possible. Pain That Gets Worse With Movement Or Pressure While you can have pain in your foot without it being fractured, it may very well be a fracture if the pain gets significantly worse when you move it or you place pressure on the foot. Read More»

3 Tips To Avoid Spraining Your Ankle This Winter

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Spraining your ankle can happen at any time of the year, but you can be even more at risk of harming your ankle this winter. If you want to enjoy your winter season without harming your ankle, follow these helpful tips. 1. Keep Your Driveway Clear Few people get excited about the idea of shoveling the walkway or driveway during the winter months, but the truth is that if you don’t get rid of snow and ice, you have an increased chance of slipping, falling, and hurting yourself. Read More»