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Plantar Fasciitis FAQ

Plantar Fasciitis FAQ

Not only is it confusing to spell, but plantar fasciitis can be difficult to understand. We’ve compiled some of the most frequently asked questions about plantar fasciitis and answered them for you here. Q: What is plantar fasciitis? A: Plantar fasciitis is an...

Pros, Cons, and Alternatives to Pedicures

Pros, Cons, and Alternatives to Pedicures

You close your eyes as the pedicure technician rubs your feet. The warmth from the water sends cues to your entire body to relax, and it obediently follows. The technician cleans off the excess dead skin and grooms your nails, which leaves your foot feeling refreshed....

The Top 10 Ways to Prevent Complications After an Ankle Sprain

The Top 10 Ways to Prevent Complications After an Ankle Sprain

Pop! You probably sink down to the ground right along with your heart when you hear the infamous pop. Your ankle starts to throb, and your mind starts to race. How long will this ankle be out of commission? Is that swelling I can already see? Is that normal? How can I...

9 Foot Exercises That Won’t Break a Sweat

9 Foot Exercises That Won’t Break a Sweat

If you’re like a lot of people, your list of resolutions this new year includes “exercise more.” But the thought of the sweat, the aching, the time commitment, oh, and did we mention the sweat? It can make the whole idea of exercising less appealing. What if you had...

What Are Common Foot Problems Associated With Aging?

What Are Common Foot Problems Associated With Aging?

From gray hair and wrinkles to bunions, aging affects you from your head to your toes. What are the foot problems that getting older can exacerbate? What can individuals in their golden years do to prevent further foot complications? Some individuals shared the...

How to Run with Blisters

How to Run with Blisters

You are two miles into a five-mile run. Your legs feel great. Your pace is on track. Your breathing is nice and steady. And then you feel it: the warmth caused by friction on your foot, letting you know you have a new blister. Do you stop? Do you power through? Do you...

Walking in an Ingrown Toenail Wonderland

Walking in an Ingrown Toenail Wonderland

A warm mug of hot cocoa with a dash of cinnamon. Your favorite sweater. A lush blanket. A crackling fire. Snowflakes gently floating outside. Ingrown toenails. Wait, what? Yes, unfortunately, ingrown toenails are a common wintertime foot ailment. Why is that? What...

Should I Always Treat Foot Ulcers as an Emergency?

Should I Always Treat Foot Ulcers as an Emergency?

Finding a foot ulcer can be alarming. You might wonder whether this plight is enough to take you to the emergency room or if you should wait it out. Some individuals shared their thoughts about whether or not to treat a foot ulcer as an emergency. Keep reading to find...

So You Think You Have a Stress Fracture

So You Think You Have a Stress Fracture

Despite the name, you can’t develop a stress fracture from increased anxiety over a demanding job or the hassle of buying your first home. So, what causes a stress fracture? How does it heal? And what should you do if you think you have one? Keep reading to learn...

Get to Know Your Treatment Options for Ankle Arthritis

Get to Know Your Treatment Options for Ankle Arthritis

Watching a toddler wobbling through their first steps (accompanied, of course, by their inevitable falls) is a cute and tender moment. Watching an adult toddle and wobble while they walk due to ankle pain and tenderness isn’t quite as endearing. One of the most common...

The Top 10 Reasons You Might Want to Rethink High Heels

The Top 10 Reasons You Might Want to Rethink High Heels

High heels are the pinnacle of femininity, the apex of womanhood, the peak of beauty. And beauty is pain, right? Well, they got the pain part right. While high heels do accentuate a woman’s beauty, they can also do a number to their feet. The design of high heels...