Do you have a few problems with your feet or gait in general? Learn more about how a podiatrist can help fix your foot problems.


Wearing The Right Hiking Boots Makes For Safer Trails

27 June 2016
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If you like to hike as a hobby, it's important to take the time to select a good hiking boot. Hiking can be hard on your feet; therefore, whether you backpack far back into the woods or simply like to walk small trails, you'll want to wear footwear that keeps your feet healthy. There are several things to consider in selecting a hiking boot that's ideal for you. 1. Solid Sole
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Athletic Foot Care: Caring For Your Feet During The Game

12 May 2016
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If you are involved in a sport that involves being on your feet, then you want to take all the precautions possible to prevent sore feet and other conditions. The information here will help you to have a clear picture of the precautions you should be taking to keep your feet feeling better, regardless of what you put them through when participating in sports. Wear properly fitted shoes If you are prone to sore feet, then it is especially important for you to buy your shoes in person.
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Answering A Couple Of Questions About Common Foot Problems

11 May 2016
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Those that are unfortunate enough to experience problems with their feet can find that their lives are seriously impacted by these conditions because the intense pain and discomfort can make it hard to enjoy your daily activities. While there are many different problems that patients may encounter, flat feet and fungal issues can be among the more common issues that will need to be addressed. If you have recently started to suspect that you are suffering from these issues, the following two questions and answers may help you to be a better-informed patient.
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Heel Or Foot Pain? 2 Possible Causes So You Can Get Some Relief

10 May 2016
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If you are feeling foot or heel pain, this can be due to many things. If you have ongoing pain, however, it may be something other than a foot trauma or overusing your feet. Below are two things that can cause heel and foot pain to be aware of so you can get the treatment you need. Heel Pain If you are feeling back pain, it could be due to strain or trauma to the spine.
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About Me
Understanding Foot Problems

When I started running to lose weight, I was surprised to find that I had a few problems with my feet and my gait in general. When I would run, my toes would ache and sometimes the fascia underneath my foot would hurt badly. I realized that I couldn't go on exercising with all of the pain, which is why I turned to my podiatrist for help. He analyzed my gait and determined that I had a fallen arch on one of my feet, but not on the other. This blog is all about the benefits of podiatry, so that you can learn how you might be able to exercise and move without any discomfort.

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