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Jumping rope is an excellent cardiovascular exercise. It helps with endurance and agility, and can even strengthen the calves and supporting muscles. Despite these benefits, some people who jump rope complain of having foot pain when jumping. Reasons for this might include the arches of the feet having dropped from the feet not supporting weight… Read more »

A stubbed toe is usually a minor injury that occurs when one suddenly hits or jams their toe. It can happen from kicking something hard, tripping, or catching the toe on an object. Pain that is felt after stubbing one’s toe typically subsides after a few minutes but in some cases, the pain can worsen… Read more »

Diabetes is a chronic condition and it negatively impacts the process by which an individual can use food for energy. Diabetics should be aware of their susceptibility to suffering from several foot conditions, including the development of foot ulcers. A foot ulcer is essentially a foot sore, and many diabetics who lose feeling in their… Read more »

Suffering from this type of pain? You may have the foot condition known as Morton’s neuroma. Morton’s neuroma may develop as a result of ill-fitting footwear and existing foot deformities. We can help.

If you are a parent, then you surely know that trimming your child’s toenails is a critical component of maintaining their overall foot health. However, when the child resists or protests getting their toenails trimmed, the process can be quite difficult. Parents might consider trying to trim their child’s toenails in the bath because this… Read more »