Podiatrist’s Foot & Ankle Care Blog
Hyperhidrosis of the feet, also termed plantar hyperhidrosis, is characterized by excessive sweating of the feet that can be onset by any cause, such as exercise, fever, or anxiety. Most people suffering from hyperhidrosis of the feet also experience hyperhidrosis of the hands, or palmar hyperhidrosis. Approximately 1-2% of Americans suffer from this disorder. Sweating… Read more »
Have your child's feet been examined lately?
Research has shown foot health may influence the overall well-being of the body. It’s common for many patients to ignore the health of their feet until an uncomfortable foot condition arises. This is especially true of the elder population, and taking proper care of their feet may be difficult as the aging process occurs. There… Read more »
As you grow older, you will start to notice more problems with your feet due to wear and tear. This may also happen because the skin will start to become thin and lose elasticity. Some signs of aging feet are regular aches and pains, bunion development, and clawed toes. Fortunately, there are ways you can… Read more »
Research has shown there may be many foot conditions that can develop as a result of being obese. These may include plantar fasciitis, certain types of arthritis, which may include gout and diabetes. The feet bear the weight of the body, and the tissue that connects the heel to the toes may become inflamed as… Read more »