Podiatry Care: Keeping Your Feet Happy

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Podiatry Care: Keeping Your Feet Happy

Up until four months ago, I suffered from chronic foot and ankle pain. No matter what I did to ease my pain, my feet and ankles continued to hurt. Finally, I asked my primary doctor for a referral to a podiatrist. Although I love my primary doctor, they simply couldn't treat my foot and ankle pain successfully. I needed to see someone who could. My podiatrist examined my condition and determined that I had poor blood circulation and swelling in my feet and ankles. My podiatrist prescribed special cushions to wear in my shoes to help my blood circulate better and a change in my diet to reduce the fluids in my body. Now, my feet and ankles feel wonderful. If you have pain in your feet, ankles or legs, read my blog about podiatry care, treatments and much more. Thanks for reading.

Latest Posts

Treating Your Weak Or Injured Ankle
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Ankle pain and weakness can be a podiatry problem

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If you suffer from heel pain due to plantar fascii

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Three Stretches To Help Fight Achilles Tendonitis In Runners

Achilles tendonitis is one of the most common injuries among runners. If you keep running through the pain, you may suffer a tear or rupture of the tendon, which could sideline you for months and maybe even require surgery to repair. Thus, it is important to take action at the first sign of Achilles pain. In addition to backing off of your training routine until the pain subsides, you should also perform some of these stretches to loosen your Achilles and speed the healing process. Read More 

Why Is Your Heel Always Sore And Tight In The Morning?

Do your heel and the sole of your foot leading into your heel always feel tight when you wake up and first start walking? Perhaps the pain lingers later into the day, or maybe it subsides as the day goes on, only to come back again the next morning. This pain is generally caused by a condition called plantar fasciitis, which is an inflammation of the connective tissue in this part of the foot. Read More 

Four Things That Your Shoes Must Have To Prevent Bunions

Are women's footwear to blame for a common foot ailment? Bunions are the nasty and sometimes painful bump that forms on the joint at the base of the big toe. When the joint is positioned out of alignment for long periods of time, especially when the body's weight rests on it while walking, an enlarged area can form. Who gets bunions, also known as Hallux valgus? They tend to form more frequently in older people, as 35. Read More 

Dos And Don’ts Of Dealing With Calluses On Your Feet

It's not unusual for people to develop calluses in their feet. Usually, calluses don't cause much of a problem other than making your feet less attractive. However, when dealing with calluses, people do sometimes make mistakes that can make the problem worse. Keep these dos and don'ts in mind if you have foot calluses, so you can improve your foot's appearance without making matters worse. Don't mistake a corn for a callus. Read More 

Tips For Getting Relief From Bunions

If you have been noticing some disconcerting changes in one of your feet, you may have a bunion. A bunion is an abnormality that's located at the joint of your big toe. When you have a bunion, it can be painful and affect the mobility of your big toe.  It can rub against the top of your shoe which will bring on more pain and which can lead to skin irritation. Read More