As a condition, nail fungus is one of those ailments you find yourself wondering: who do I go to for treatment? The most common type of nail fungus is that which affects the toes -- primarily our big toe.
In the New Year many folks are finally taking the plunge and considering that surgical procedure their podiatrist has been suggesting. It can be a scary thought, even if you’re getting a minor procedure for your foot or ankle.
Have you been following the most recent trends in the office environment? If you have, you might be familiar with the concept of standing desks. They’ve been around for quite some time but only recently have become more popular in the modern workplace.
Have you ever wondered what might be a good reason to see a podiatrist? Or maybe you find yourself asking what the most common issues are that have people scheduling themselves to see their podiatrist as soon as possible.
Improving the circulation of blood in your legs and feet might not be something you have ever consciously thought about -- unless, of course, you have diabetes -- but is our circulation something we should be thinking about more often?
The types of aches and pains we can experience in our feet and ankles seems endless sometimes, doesn’t it? Surely, it doesn’t have to be - but talking about it and addressing the problem with your podiatrist is the first step to feeling better.
Do you know if you have a high risk of falling? Unfortunately for some people, they don’t realize they’re a high risk until they have already experienced a fall. While some accidents are thankfully minor, others can send a person to the hospital due to the
Since we’re seemingly skipping the spring season and heading straight to summer, it’s time to talk about new shoes. When it comes to buying a new pair of shoes, nothing is worse than realizing later on that they’re a bad fit.
There’s no need to be embarrassed, everyone experiences food odor sometime in their lives. For some of us, however, it happens more often than we’d like it too! Don’t worry, there are more than enough ways to help prevent and treat odorous feet.
Today’s fitness world is all about high intensity, high impact physical activity. Though we would never discourage someone from being physically active, it’s never one-size-fits-all in the fitness world!
When you hear about cancer awareness, typically what comes to mind would be more common forms of cancer: breast cancer, skin cancer, lung cancer, etc. It’s an undeniable truth that every form of cancer deserves its own awareness and research funding
It seems so simple. You go to the shoe store, you find a pair of shoes that are comfortable, properly fitting, and supportive, you purchase them as is and call it a day. Did you know that there’s something missing from that timeline?
There are many ways to get in shape these days - running, CrossFit, cycling, kickboxing, the list goes on...but did you know there is one tried-and-true way to get fit and stay fit without breaking an excessive sweat or going too hard on your body?
What a world it would be if everyone had ‘normal’ feet, right? Unfortunately, this isn’t the case for everyone! For some, their feet might be difficult to size due to high arches or a wide foot. For others, narrow feet are a common foot problem!
Imagine this: you’re walking along the edge of a beautiful pond in the park with friends and family. There was some rainfall earlier in the day but you’ve looked everything over and it seems to have dried.