Summer Foot Care on Vacation

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May 2022

Summer is just around the corner, and that might mean you’re getting ready for your next vacation to the beach or another bucket-list destination. Many vacationers neglect to properly take care of their feet. Don’t let pain and discomfort get in the way of enjoying your sunny vacation. Here is a list of tips for […]

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Callus 101: Causes, Prevention and Treatment

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Sep 2021
Foot Callus 101: Causes, Prevention and Treatment Foot calluses, or rough patches of skin found on the ball, heels or small toes, is a normal occurrence for most people. Caused by compression and friction, foot calluses are your body’s way of protecting the skin underneath from irritation and pressure. Though calluses are a normal occurrence [...]
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This Common Sneaker Mistake Could Be Upping Your Risk for Foot Fungus

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20
Jan 2021

Source: Well+Good   Once you get a foot fungus, it can be really hard to get rid of—especially if it spreads to your toenails. And while there are a handful of reasons why the condition can come about in the first place—from walking barefoot in public areas to sharing a yoga mat without sanitizing it first—there’s one […]

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Top Home Remedies To Relieve Ankle Pain

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Dec 2020
Your ankles are the key to running, jumping and just about any physical activity that involves movement. They support your body in unimaginable ways. In fact, your ankles have the ability to carry forces equivalent to several times your body weight. However, that’s not all your ankles can do. Your ankles bring virtue to movement [...]
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Keys To Achieving Better Outcomes With Shin Splints

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Nov 2020

Source: PodiatryToday “I love the academic challenge that shin splints pose to figure out what is wrong and what muscle or tendon is contributing to the issue at hand. I break down shin splints into medial, lateral, anterior and posterior shin splints.” – Richard Blake DPM Medial shin splints involve the posterior tibial tendon, flexor hallucis […]

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