Learn About Plantar Fasciitis And What You Can Do About It

30 December 2015
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Plantar fasciitis is a painful foot condition that can come and go. When it comes, you will know it because it will make it extremely difficult for you to go on with your regular routine. The pain can be so bad that it can be near-crippling at times, especially first thing in the morning. This article will educate you on the condition and give you advice for preventing flair ups and dealing with them when they do come. Read More 

3 Running-Related Foot Problems And How To Prevent Them

5 November 2015
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When it comes to running, your feet are your most important tools. Knee pain or hamstring pain can often be worked through, but foot pain can take you out of the game for a long time. Fortunately, many foot problems can be easily prevented and avoided. If you are a serious runner, it is important to know what kinds of foot problems you are susceptible to, as well as ways to prevent them. Read More 

3 Strategies A Podiatrist Uses To Control Excessive Sweating Of The Feet

22 October 2015
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Dealing with excessively sweaty feet is aggravating. The chronic moisture means feet spend too much time in damp socks, and the chronic moisture can ruin shoes. Sweaty feet are prone to smelling unpleasant and to developing fungal infections. Fortunately, a foot doctor, known as a podiatrist, can help you get control of this problem.  About Hyperhidrosis Excessive sweating for no functional reason is known as hyperhidrosis. Some people experience this condition all over the body, while in others, the heavy perspiration is confined to areas such as the feet or underarms. Read More 

High-Heeled Shoes—Are They Worth the Risk?

10 August 2015
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If you enjoy wearing high-heeled shoes to the office or when going out to dinner or dancing, you most likely enjoy the feeling of increased height along with the attention you get from others. High heels are a fashion statement that can cause problems over time, however. If you wear them regularly, you may be putting your feet, back, and entire stature at risk. Here are some of the effects high heels can cause, which might help you to rethink your wardrobe options in an attempt to ward off some of the conditions you could suffer from. Read More 

Can You Stop Foot Pain Without Surgery?

27 July 2015
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If you're suffering from heel pain, you're not alone. More than 2 million people every year suffer from the debilitating effects of painful conditions like Plantar Fasciitis, Heel Spur syndrome, and Achilles Tendinitis. Many sufferers compare the pain to what it feels like to have a sharp pebble poking your heel with every step. For others, the pain feels more excruciating. Over time and with proper care, many get better on their own without surgery or medical treatment. Read More