Podiatrist’s Foot & Ankle Care Blog
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If you choose to wear high heels frequently, you may experience pain that’s common among those selecting to wear this type of shoe. Typically, when high heels are worn, the ankles bend forward, often affecting the circulation in the feet. Most runners are aware of how the arches are affected from wearing high heels and… Read more »
For hundreds of years, women have been wearing various kinds of high heels for aesthetic reasons. Women who wear high heels appear to be taller and have longer and thinner legs, and the wearer’s gait and posture changes. Though high heels have had an association with femininity and have kept them popular over the years,… Read more »
Pregnancy causes the body to retain more fluid than usual, and this is often referred to as edema. This generally causes the feet to become swollen, tired, and uncomfortable. Typically, this will worsen during the third trimester, and oral medication is generally not recommended which may be in the best interest for the mother and… Read more »
Many pregnant women complain about foot pain while they are expecting. Foot pain can primarily be caused by weight gain and hormonal changes taking place in the body. By understanding how pregnancy impacts the health of a woman's feet, a pregnant woman can take action to keep her feet as healthy and comfortable as possible…. Read more »