If you have diabetes, you know how easy it is to injure your feet — without even realizing it.
Having arthritis means your feet and ankles are screaming for relief by midday. While fusion is the gold standard for treatment, new options are here and look pretty promising. Learn more about cartilage implants and ankle replacements, including whether they’re right for you.
Peripheral artery disease (PAD) is a buildup of cholesterol and plaque in the arteries that lead to your extremities. PAD can cause discomfort in your legs and feet, and limit your walking and activities. Severe PAD can progress to loss of limb. Your doctor can check for signs of the disease with a simple test of … Read More
If the pain is new to you, it may be time to talk to your doctor. Adult-acquired flatfoot can be arrested so that it doesn’t keep you from your time at the gym or halt that daily walk.
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Without warning, you wake up with a paralyzing stiffness in your calf or foot. Whether you call it a foot or leg cramp (aka “charley horse”), it happens when a muscle gets involuntarily stiff and can’t relax. Here’s what causes these cramps, as well as tips to help prevent them.
When warm weather hits, it’s time to shimmy out of your boots and strap on sandals. Here are five strategies to help your feet look their best. Get a safe pedicure Did you know that your local pedi palace could be a source of a nasty foot infection? It all depends on how the salon is … Read More
If the joint on one of your toes — usually the toe next to the big toe or the smallest toe — points upward rather than lying flat, you might have a hammertoe. The condition is actually a deformity that happens when one of the toe muscles becomes weak and puts pressure on the toe’s … Read More