If you're a runner, you know that taking care of your feet is essential to keeping up your routine. But sometimes it's hard to know where to start. Here are ten tips to help keep your feet healthy and happy!
Is your job one of those that has you on your feet all day? Are you constantly dealing with back pain, sore feet, and tight muscles? If so, don't worry – you're not alone. Millions of people deal with this type of pain on a daily basis. But the good news is that there are some simple stretches you can do to help prevent it.
So your little MVP starts their first season of tackle football. You're excited for all the games and practices to watch them dominate on the field. But as the season goes on, you start to notice that they're not playing like they used to. In fact, they're limping off the field after every play. What's going on? Chances are, they've got a foot injury. Don't worry, we're here to help give you some tips on how to deal with them.
When it's hot out, our feet sweat. And when our feet sweat, they can start to stink. Our skin is designed to cool the body by sweating, which is just water evaporating and taking some of the heat with it. But when our feet sweat, bacteria and fungi will throw a party in your shoes.
Do you love spending time outdoors, but dread the thought of getting a foot blister? If so, you're not alone. Foot blisters are a common problem for people who enjoy hiking, running and other outdoor activities. In this blog post, we will discuss the causes of foot blisters, treatments and prevention methods. We hope that this information will help you to enjoy your favorite outdoor activities this summer without having to worry about pesky foot blisters!
Many people, myself included, want to live healthier and more active lifestyles. Exercise is often the first step towards this goal, but many people end up in my exam chair with injuries. Since exercise is such popular New Year’s Resolution, as well as something that is important in my life, I find it imperative to discuss ways to prevent injury while exercising. Here are a few simple tips to help keep you moving so you can meet your goals.
Foot care at home can be a real pain at times, both physically and mentally. Homeowners often underestimate the power of creating comfort in their homes, but it’s critical to create a designated space for foot care. Use these tips to make your home feel like a podiatric sanctuary.
It’s a phenomenon that many of us are familiar with: you’re pulling on your flip flops while enjoying a day of relaxation in the summer sun, and you have to struggle to get them on; it seems like your feet are bigger than usual. Is it your imagination? No, it isn’t – it is estimated that as many as half of all Americans have experienced this problem, and there are very specific biological reasons for why it happens.