You’ve laced up your brand new tennis shoes. But 10 minutes into your walk, you feel a painful rub. Your ankles start to burn with every footfall. The next day, the angry red skin is filled with fluid. Blisters! Here’s what you can do to treat and to prevent them from happening again.
If pain persists and you suspect a broken toe, resist the temptation to tape up your toe, take a bunch of pain relievers and ignore it.
What could be comfier than sinking into a pair of sheepskin boots in cold weather? Find out if shearling boots like UGG®, Bearpaw® or Emu® are good for your feet. Tap to reveal the answer.
Are some shoe types and styles better for children? Here are five tips from a foot and ankle surgeon on how properly select and fit shoes for your kids.
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Swelling in your legs and feet is a common issue that you can often handle effectively without your doctor’s help. Here are six ways to reduce swelling and pain at home.
Playing sports such as soccer or basketball, or even just jumping off a moving swing at the playground, can cause an ankle sprain or fracture, while constant use of certain muscles can cause painful strains.
Heel hurts? You might think you have a heel spur — and it certainly may feel like something sharp is stabbing you in the bottom of your foot. The good news is that with proper care, you can be pain-free fairly soon.
Love the latest shoe styles but hate the way your feet get sore? A podiatrist answers common questions about which shoes help — and which shoes hurt — your feet.
Temperatures rising outside can mean a lot of change in your beauty routine. It’s time to tune up your toenails and feet, buy a new sunhat and get serious about shaving and protecting your skin from the sun.
Take steps to prevent blisters by keeping your skin dry. Learn the safest ways to treat blisters, if you get them, to avoid infection.