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Cold Temperatures cut off Blood Supply to Toes

A loss of blood circulation in the feet and legs is often caused by peripheral artery disease. Come the winter season, many people suffer from numb fingers and toes as Read More

Runners can benefit from a Post-run Stretch

Runners who exercise daily will often suffer from sore or painful feet. While a daily foot massage is ideal, it is also not always possible. After their daily run, runners Read More

Six-Year-Old Walks for First Time after Foot Therapy

After surgery and physical therapy at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, six-year-old Hadi Abukhadra can now walk for the first time. Hadi was walking within two weeks of cast removal thanks Read More

Early Signs of Flat Feet detectable in Children

Children are in a constant state of growth and development and therefore often require frequent shopping trips to purchase items that will fit their growing bodies. Shoes often fall into Read More

Treatment for Plantar Wart Sufferers

 Plantar warts are typically hard and grainy growths that appear on the heels and balls of the feet. Warts occur when the human papilloma virus (HPV) enters your body through Read More

Steps to Keep Diabetic Feet Healthy

  According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s 2014 National Diabetes Statistics Report, about 60 percent of non-traumatic lower-limb amputations occur for people ages 20 and older who are Read More

Weather plays a role in the Reoccurrence of Gout Attacks

High temperatures and humidity greatly affect the risk of having a recurrent gout attack, according to Tuhina Neogi, MD, PhD, and other researchers of the Boston University School of Medicine. Read More

Foot Pain relievable for the Elderly with Extra-depth Footwear 2

According to a new study, adults over the age of 65 who were fitted for new extra-depth shoes experienced reduced pain and improved function. While extra-depth footwear is often marketed Read More

Easily relieve Swollen Feet in Pregnant Women

Pregnant women living with swollen feet should not worry over having difficulty easing their condition, as there are various treatments available that are easily accessible and will help reduce swelling. Read More

Medical Student finds that those with Abnormal Biomechanics are more prone to Injury

According to research from medical student Vanessa Mercieca, athletes with high arches or flat feet are more prone to the injuries caused by athletic demands imposed on the feet. Those Read More

Sever’s Disease more likely in Children specializing in Sports

To avoid contributing to early injury and damage kids specializing in a single sport should hold off until adolescence, research shows. Once kids reach 15 years of age, specializing can Read More

Exercise the Feet through Instability Training

Instability training, a new system of exercise, helps athletes looking to increase overall agility by having them eventually jump higher and run faster. The system of exercise involves the use Read More

Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome Affects Many People

Physicaltherapist Steve Miller claims that Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome is not an uncommon condition. Miller additionally states that Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome mainly occurs in those with flat feet. Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome Read More

Cure Cracked Heels with Simple Remedies

Cracked feet often occur due to not only improper foot care, but cold weather, shoes that don’t fit well, or even standing for extended periods of time. If not properly Read More

Professional Salon Pedicures May Cause Toenail Fungus

According to Kim Kyle Morgan of Chron, customers with conditions like diabetes or a weak immune system can put themselves at risk when dealing with the procedures done to their Read More

New York Woman undergoes Cinderella Surgery to remove Bunion

35-year-old New York City resident Denise Maione-Schwind has undergone ‘Cinderella surgery,’ or a Bunionplasty, to correct the bony bump on the side of her left foot that has been keeping Read More

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