Diabetes and Your Feet

Three Tips To Prevent Ankle Injuries When Playing Soccer

Ankle sprains can occur in all sorts of sports, but they can be particularly common in soccer, since you have to worry about injuring your ankle when kicking the ball or coming in contact with another player. Luckily, following these tips can help you avoid ankle sprains while you're on the field. 1. Wear the Right Cleats First and foremost, it is important to wear the right pair of cleats. Even though cleats can be expensive, it's worth it to spring for a higher-end pair so that you can properly protect your feet and ankles.   Read More...

Diagnosing And Treating Pain On The Top Of Your Feet

Living with foot pain can make life difficult, simply because you need your feet to get around. There are so many different causes of foot pain, including extensor tendonitis. This condition will leave you with pain primarily on the top of your feet. It could affect both of your feet or just one, and the pain can be so extreme that it could prevent you from being able to exercise, run, or play sports.   Read More...

4 Tips For Taking Care Of Your Feet In The Summer

The summer is one of the best times for your feet; you get to walk around barefoot at home without your feet getting cold, and you can let them soak up the sun while at the beach. However, you still want to be sure that you are taking care of your feet this summer to ensure that you are not going to get injured or deal with anything that is going to lead to extra trips to your podiatrist.   Read More...

3 Medical Conditions Your Podiatrist May Notice Before Another Doctor

If you are getting ready for your first podiatrist appointment, it's important to take some time to write down any and all symptoms you have been experiencing so you can share them with your podiatrist. Even though he or she will be able to treat your symptoms, sometimes referrals to other medical professionals are necessary to diagnose and treat the root cause of problems in the feet. Here are several examples.   Read More...