Podiatrist’s Foot & Ankle Care Blog
Corns are hard and thick areas of skin that form as a result of constant rubbing, friction, or pressure on the skin. They are patches of dead skin with a small plug toward the center. They may appear on the tops and sides of toes and can make walking painful. Soft corns are typically thinner… Read more »
It can be incredibly beneficial for elderly patients to regularly perform foot stretches. When a senior patient's feet are strong, as well as flexible, it may make them more likely to avoid accidentally falling. By performing stretches, you may increase your blood circulation, as well as improve your range of motion, muscle strength, and balance…. Read more »
Foot and ankle pain can be a nuisance in a person’s life, especially if it happens frequently. The best way to prevent this type of pain, is to exercise often. Regular exercise of the foot includes stretching and strength exercises. Stretching exercises can help prevent injuries such as a sprained ankle, while strength exercises can… Read more »
Have your child's feet been examined lately?
An ingrown toenail is a common foot ailment among many patients. It occurs as a result of the toenail growing into the side edges of the nail, and can cause severe pain and discomfort. It may develop when there is inadequate room in the toe area of shoes that are worn, or from improperly trimming… Read more »