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How to Choose High Heels Right for Your Feet

How to Choose High Heels Right for Your Feet

Podiatrists often treat patients with foot or ankle pain related to high heels. While it may be preferable to avoid this particular footwear choice altogether if you’ve had some issues with foot pain, that’s not always something that’s easy to do if you this is your preferred style. What you can do instead is be smart about the way you choose…

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4 Signs It’s Time for New Shoes

4 Signs It’s Time for New Shoes

Many people, both kids and adults alike, have treasured pairs of shoes that are difficult to part with. Unfortunately, nothing lasts forever – especially anything experiencing regular wear from feet that are walking, running, jogging, dancing, kicking, and doing other things that can take a toll on various shoe materials. Plus, the shoes you wear can have a big impact…

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Daily Diabetic Foot Care

Daily Diabetic Foot Care

Type II diabetes puts a unique strain on a person’s feet. Diabetics often lose sensation in their feet and toes, which puts them at a greater risk of infection and amputations. If you have diabetes, your foot health is especially important. Choosing Footwear As a Type II diabetic, it is critical that you avoid going barefoot or even without socks…

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5 Simple Exercises You Can Do to Keep Your Feet Healthy

5 Simple Exercises You Can Do to Keep Your Feet Healthy

The muscles, ligaments, tendons, bones, and joints in and around your feet play a significant role in your mobility, including your ability to walk, run, jog, kick, and sprint. Your feet and ankles are designed to be fairly resilient, which is why foot-related pain is usually a temporary inconvenience. Even so, there are proactive steps you can take to reduce…

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