Foot Care Tips and Information in Fall 2013 Issue from the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons: Don’t Start off the School Year with Painful Feet Big Relief is in Sight for a Painful Big Toe Keep Your Feet Safe and Your Yard Clean If you are suffering from foot pain make an appointment
See Footprints Spring/Summer 2013 newsletter with articles: Running Shoes: Basic Guidelines, Arthritis and Pain Management, and Shin Splints. Did you know that people who are supinators (high arch) should choose a cushioned running shoe with a softer midsole and more flexibility. These features will compensate for the poor shock absorption of a high-arched foot. Click
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What’s true for you is also true for your child. Don’t try to get by with last year’s ski boots. “Children’s feet grow rapidly, therefore make sure all equipment fits properly and is the correct size,” said APMA member and podiatric physician Ami Sheth, DPM. Downhill skiing provides an exhilarating feeling and an excellent workout,
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Make an appointment for an evaluation if you suffer from any injury or have signs of infection. Do not trim nails or shave calluses on you own without approval from your Doctor Do not use chemicals, vinegar soaks, or other acidic corn removers on your feet. Use supportive wide shoe gear with high toe boxes
if your skin shows signs of peeling, scaling, itching, cracking or discoloration if you have abnormal swelling of your feet or ankles if there are blisters, ulcers, or sores on you feet if you have recurrent pain or discomfort in your feet or ankles if there are signs of infection including: Increased redness, swelling, tenderness,