It seems that as we age, everything else in our body starts to slow down–except our feet. Even though they have been carrying us around for years and have borne the brunt of our weight, often times our feet don’t get the attention they need. By taking some simple steps to care for our feet, we can keep them healthy and pain-free well into old age. Read on for tips on how to take care of your aging feet!
If you're like most parents, you're eagerly awaiting the end of summer and the return of your kids to school. But before you send them back with their shiny new Trapper Keepers and boxes of crayons, make sure to protect them from one common scourge: athlete's foot. Here are four tips to help keep your kids fungus-free all year long.
If you're like most people, you probably only think about your feet when they hurt. And if that's the case, then it's likely that you only go to a podiatrist when there's something seriously wrong. But did you know that regular foot checkups can help prevent problems from developing in the first place? If you're not sure whether or not it's time to see a podiatrist, keep reading. We'll discuss some of the signs that indicate it might be time for a visit.
Teachers are some of the busiest professionals around. As a teacher, you spend your days on your feet. Whether you're standing in front of a class or walking around the classroom helping students with their work, your feet take a beating. It's important to take care of them so they don't get sore and tired. Here are some tips for taking care of your feet.
August is National Wellness Month, and what better way to celebrate than by taking care of your feet? Our feet are often the most neglected part of our bodies, yet they are the foundation of our bodies, supporting us day in and day out. Give your feet some love this month with a relaxing foot care treatments provided by Modern Podiatrist.
You're out and about with your little one, enjoying a day at the park. Suddenly they start limping and complain of heel pain. Or maybe your child no longer wants to participate in activities. What could it be? Is their heel hurting because they're growing so fast? Heel pain does not just occur in adults with plantar fasciitis, but is a common problem in kids, especially during growth spurts.
The school year is just around the corner, which means it's time to start thinking about back-to-school shopping. And while there are plenty of things on your child's list - from new clothes to school supplies - one of the most important items is a good pair of shoes.
If you're one of the unlucky people who are prone to getting ingrown toenails, then you know that it can be a real pain (literally). But did you know that there are a few things you can do to help prevent them from occurring in the first place? Check out our top three tips below.