Towering wedges and platform shoes combine all the things many women love in footwear—a little bit of height, straps, and lots of style options. Be careful up there, though, because platforms and wedges can be unsteady, causing instability and problems with balance. Also, excessive height can lead to ankle rolls and falls. Try lower platforms and
Foot care tips from the informational newsletter for patients of APMA Member Podiatrists like Dr. Gannon. Read the PDF online to learn tips like preventing sunburn on your feet, and no matter how upscale your hotel, athlete’s foot can lurk in all public pool areas. APMA_Footprints_Summer Newsletter 2014
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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