If you're like most people, you probably spend a lot of time thinking about your toenails. You paint them, trim them, and generally try to take good care of them. But one thing that you may not have thought about is toenail fungus.
Do you have a nail that's constantly getting caught on your sock? Is the skin around your nail red and irritated? If so, you may have an ingrown toenail It’s important to be aware of the symptoms of an ingrown toenail so that you can catch it early and get treatment if necessary.
Now that Labor Day has come and gone, the weather will start cooling down, which means it's officially time to put away the sandals and break out the closed-toe shoes. And we all know what that means: toenail fungus. It's important to take steps to prevent fungus from growing in your shoes, so in this blog post, I'll explain what fungus is, how it grows in shoes, and how to prevent it. Whether you're breaking out your favorite pair of boots or just grabbing a new pair of sneakers for the fall season, be sure to read on!
Do you remember that childhood song “the hip bone is connected to the leg bone…”? Well, there is a lot of truth to it! If you are hips, hamstrings, or calves are tight/weak it can lead to tendonitis, plantar fasciitis, and other types of foot pain. Believe it or not, many of these issues can be prevented simply by stretching. Yoga is great for your feet. It loosens your muscles and tendons. And yes fellas, yoga would be great for you too!
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.
As the weather gets increasingly cold out, there are certain conditions involving the foot that can be exacerbated.