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  • Shoes for Graduation

    Shoes for Graduation

    It's graduation season, which means it's time to buy new shoes. Learn about the features you should look for in your shoes and where to find them at a reasonable price!

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  • At-Home Pedicure

    At-Home Pedicure

    This Mother’s Day, give your mom the gift of relaxation with a pedicure. She’ll love the feeling of taking some time for herself and enjoying a luxurious treatment. Plus, it’s a great way to show your appreciation for all she does for you year-round. Read below for a complete guide on how to make her day special!

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  • Are Easter Treats Bad For Your Feet?

    Are Easter Treats Bad For Your Feet?

    The holiday of Easter is a time for celebration, but it can also be challenging if you’re diabetic. The sheer abundance of sweetness in the air may lead to an unhealthy spike in blood sugar levels which could prove detrimental to your feet!

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  • Fall Risk Awareness

    Fall Risk Awareness

    Fall prevention is important for everyone, but it’s especially crucial for older family members. Your parents or grandparents may be at risk of falling and hurting themselves due to their age. As a result, they may suffer physical impairments after the accident, which could cause even worse problems than they had to overcome just to get up again!

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  • Shoes for Keeneland

    Shoes for Keeneland

    It’s springtime and you know what that means: it’s time for Keeneland! The Keeneland racecourse is a beautiful place to spend a day out with friends, family, or your special someone. If you’re looking for the perfect Keeneland shoes, there are a few things to keep in mind.

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  • 5k Runner’s Guide

    5k Runner’s Guide

    If you’re not a runner, the prospect of running a 5k may seem daunting. But with a little bit of preparation, anyone can do it! Here are some tips to get you started:

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  • Preparing Your Feet For A Trip To Disney

    Preparing Your Feet For A Trip To Disney

    Most of my patients know that I am a huge Disney fan. Pre-Covid I went to Disney at least once a year and I try to incorporate the Disney culture into my practice as much as possible. Disney is not only an important part of my life, but it is important to many others too. For those of you who are planning a trip to Disney in the near future, I want to share my Disney tips and essentials.

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  • Podiatrist Spring Break Survival Guide

    Podiatrist Spring Break Survival Guide

    Winter is finally coming to a close and spring break is just around the corner. By far, the most popular spring break spot is Florida. If you are looking forward to sand, sun and surfing this year, check out these tips to make the most out of your spring break trip this year.

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  • Insomnia or Neuropathy?

    Insomnia or Neuropathy?

    Is foot pain keeping you up at night? Some symptoms may include burning, tingling, or numbness that wakes you from sleep. Patients describe the sensation as pins and needles in their feet or a sock balled up on the bottom of their foot. If this sounds familiar, you may be experiencing symptoms of neuropathy.

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  • Food For Feet

    Food For Feet

    Who else loves a good March Madness watch party? I know I do! The best part of a watch party is probably the snacks, but many of the wings and dips are not the healthiest choice to make. Unhealthy food choices can exacerbate conditions, such as gout or diabetes, and lead to complications with your feet.

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