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Diabetes Awareness Month and Your Feet November is Diabetes Awareness Month. This is when we take a moment to pause and look at how this insidious disease can impact our health. Millions of Americans suffer from diabetes, and it can be especially impactful on your feet. Don’t worry though, we’ll look at everything you need to know so you’re prepared to understand...
Chilly Feet? It Might be Raynaud’s Disease The cold weather is starting, and you might experience cold feet and hands. This may be a symptom of a disorder called Raynaud’s Disease. October is Raynaud’s Awareness Month and a good time to go over everything you need to know about this common disorder. What is Raynaud’s Disease  First, it’s always best to visit an...
Don’t Take a Fall This Fall! Summer is almost over with the official start of fall on September 22nd. But did you know the entire month of September is dedicated to Falls Prevention Awareness Month? It’s the perfect time to look at how we can prevent those terrible falls that cause us so much trouble. Prevention Tips  Although accidental falls are more...

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Safety Tips for the Nail Salon Summer is still in full swing, and people are getting outdoors to visit the beach, hit the pool, or enjoy the sun. Summer is also the season for sandals and flip-flops. Naturally, you want your toes to look their best. Before scheduling an appointment for your pedicure, review these safety tips to protect your feet before...

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UV Awareness Month and Your Feet Summer is here and now is a great time to get outdoors and take advantage of everything the season has to offer. People are out hiking, hitting the beach, playing sports, going to the pool, or just enjoying the sun. However, the sun can cause quite a few health problems. July is UV Awareness Month where...

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Heel Health for Summer Fun The warm weather is back, and people are getting outdoors after many months of social distancing. That means a lot of wear and tearon the feet. Especially sensitive is the heel area of your foot. Here are some of the most common heel problems that you need to be on the watch for this summer. Plantar...
Arthritis May Be Affecting Your Foot Health May is Arthritis Awareness Month. It’s a time to learn about a serious condition that affects more than 50 million Americans, including both adults and children. One common form of arthritis begins when the joint cartilage that usually cushions the ends of the bones starts to break down. This type of arthritis affecting your feet can...
3 Solutions to Keep Feet Healthy for Foot Health Awareness Month Foot problems can put a stop to outdoor fun and decrease quality of life. Luckily, there are things you can do to heal. Here are three ways your foot specialist can help you get back on your feet! Try Inserts Feet are like people. Each one is special and unique. Over-the-counter inserts can provide a measure...
3 Causes of Painful Ingrown Toenails Ingrown toenails can be extremely painful. They can cause swelling and bleeding, and also lead to a bacterial or fungal toenail infection. While you may be able to treat a minor ingrown toenail yourself, in most cases it’s best to have them treated by your foot doctor for complete relief and to avoid unnecessary complications. 3...

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Heart Health & Your Feet In recognition of American Heart Month, it’s the perfect time to raise awareness about circulation problems like peripheral artery disease that can lead to severe problems like heart attack and stroke. Peripheral artery disease (PAD) is caused by excessive fat deposits in the lining of your arteries that often causes adverse symptoms in the feet and...

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