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Morton’s Neuroma Painful, but Treatable

For those who may feel numbness or tightness in the toes during physical activity, you may have Morton’s neuroma, a disorder of the nerve tissue. The condition occurs when the Read More

Ingrown Toenails: Causes and Preventions

Ingrown toenails can occur when too much pressure is exerted on the toenails, typically on the big toenail. Ingrown toenails, if left untreated, are painful and can potentially lead to Read More

Toenail Fungus Remedies

As with all toenail fungus infections, symptoms can include thickening and yellowing of the nails. Toenail fungus thrives on dead tissues, dead skin cells, and keratin in our nails. Infections Read More

Tips For Training to Run a Marathon

When training for your first marathon, it’s important to take the right steps to prepare properly. Giving yourself enough time to train is vital to building up your stamina as Read More

Diabetes Means Risk of Foot Amputations and Other Complications

Diabetes is known as a disease that can affect the legs and feet, requiring proper care. According to Diabetes UK, “diabetes leads to 140 lower limb amputations” every week, if Read More

Seth Jones sustains Broken Foot

Blue Jackets defenseman Seth Jones had been playing into overtime with a broken foot injury in the game against the St. Louis Blues. He had noticed blood leaking through the Read More

Foot Care for Basketball Players is Important

Caring for your feet is essential toward overall injury and foot condition prevention, especially if you’re an avid athlete. According to podiatric physicians who offer tips for basketball players, proper Read More

Understanding Athlete’s Foot

Athlete’s foot can be characterized as a contagious fungal infection of the feet that can be spread in public areas such as gym locker rooms, pools and spas. Avoid going Read More

Understanding Toenail Fungus

Fungal infections are often commonly associated with our fingernails, but they are also known to affect our toenails. If left untreated, toenail fungus can lead to more serious problems such Read More

Understanding Arthritis

Arthritis occurs as swelling and inflammation of the body’s joints, leading to symptoms such as rashes, itchiness, fever, weight loss, and trouble breathing, according to the National Institute of Arthritis Read More

The Importance of Properly-Fitting Shoes

Taking care of your feet involves wearing the right shoes when exercising. Walking shoes are stiffer, while running shoes are more flexible because they provide more cushioning for handling more Read More

Understanding Bunions

Many people, including celebrities, suffer from bunions, a deformity of the foot that can be caused by different factors. Bunions tend to affect women more commonly because of ill-fitting shoes Read More

Research Suggests that Diabetic Feet Related to Heel Pad Stiffness

A group of researchers from Staffordshire University have conducted a study in which they discovered that the frequency of active foot ulcers can in part be attributed to “a significantly Read More

Wearing High Heels Linked to Vein Problems

Wearing high heels for prolonged periods of time no doubt can lead to pain and aches, but they can also lead to long-term problems. According to a 2006 study published Read More

Jed Lowrie Undergoes Surgery for Foot Ailments

Jed Lowrie suffered from both ligament damage in his foot as well as a large bunion for over a month. Following the diagnosis, Lowrie underwent a season-ending surgery in August Read More

Reduce Pain and Stress with Foot Exercises

Poorly fitting shoes, such as high heels or just worn-out shoes in general, can lead to pain or discomfort in our feet. Pain and discomfort can also be caused by Read More

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Paramus, NJ 07652
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Hackensack University Medical Center
The Valley Hospital
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