Whether you've been plagued by plantar fasciitis for years or you just started experiencing the pain, it's essential to choose the right shoes. Not all shoes are created equal, and you need something that will provide adequate support and cushioning. In this post, we'll show you how to choose shoes for plantar fasciitis so that you can find relief from the pain. Let's get started!
Feet are funny things, aren't they? They're always trotting around getting us where we need to go, and yet most of us take them for granted. That is, until something goes wrong. And when it comes to diabetes and your feet, something can go wrong a lot. If you don't take care of your feet properly, you could end up with some serious complications like neuropathy, ulcers, or even amputation (YIKES!).
Do you love flip flops? Well, hate to break it to you, but they might be the root of your heel pain, a.k.a. plantar fasciitis. Yes, wearing those thin sandals or squishy flip flops all summer long might be the reason why you’re struggling with heel pain this winter. Before you give up on your favorite shoes altogether, read on to learn how to make flip flops work for you – and your feet.
Whoever said "winter is the best time to prepare your feet for sandal season" was definitely onto something. With the cold weather comes dry skin, and with dry skin comes a greater risk of cracking and peeling when you finally make the switch to sandals.
Do you have a bunion? Chances are, if you're reading this, the answer is yes. And if you're like most people with bunions, you probably don't know what to do about them. Fear not – I'm here to help! In this post, I'll talk about six different ways to treat a bunion. So read on and find the treatment that's right for you!
It's the age-old question: is it psoriasis or is it fungi? For those of us who suffer from nail problems, it can be hard to tell the difference. Both conditions can cause similar symptoms, including yellowing, brittleness, and lifting of the nail. So how do you know which one you have? And more importantly, how do you treat it? Read on to find out.