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Learning About Podiatry

Hi everyone, my name is Felix. Welcome to my site about podiatry. When I was regularly running marathons, I would come home with severe damage to my feet. All of the soaking and rubbing did not help my feet heal fast enough. By the time I had to go back to work, I was still hobbling around on the outside of my soles. Luckily, a friend directed me to a highly respected podiatrist in my area. With my doctor’s help, I healed quickly and prevented future foot pain. My site will cover all of the ways podiatrists can help you protect and restore your feet. Thank you for visiting my site.

The Many Benefits of Seeking Professional Diabetic Foot Care

Diabetes is a common chronic disease that affects millions of people worldwide. One of its most common complications is diabetic foot disease, which can cause pain, discomfort, and even amputations. Fortunately, visiting a professional for diabetic foot care can help prevent and manage these complications. In this post, we’ll discuss the many benefits of seeking professional diabetic foot care. Early Detection and Prevention of Foot Problems One of the most significant advantages of seeking professional diabetic foot care is the early detection and prevention of foot problems. Read More 

Dos And Don’s Of Caring For A Blister On Your Foot

It's quite common for people to develop blisters on their feet. Maybe you just started wearing a new pair of shoes, and they rubbed you because they are still stiff. Or maybe you just went on a long hike, and your feet were not quite callused enough to hold up over the distance. In any event, you should not let a blister alarm you. But you should make sure you care for it in a way that promotes healing while helping to prevent infection and ongoing pain. Read More 

How To Cope With A Broken Toe

If you have broken your toe you should seek medical attention. A broken toe does not need to have severe consequences. However, you must ensure that you go to your podiatrist and get the toe evaluated. Preparing for your examination is important. This means that you need to have all your facts ready to tell your doctor about how the injury happened. Here's a closer look at how broken toes are often treated. Read More 

Facts About Surgery for Morton’s Neuroma

Morton's neuroma usually starts as a minor annoyance. You feel like you're stepping on a pebble if you step on your foot in a certain way. It may feel like there's a fullness or pressure in the ball of your foot. As the condition progresses, however, you may experience more serious pain when walking and even notice numbness and tingling in your toes. Not all cases of Morton's neuroma require surgery, but many do. Read More 

4 Things To Know About Plantar Warts On Your Feet

If you have noticed something weird growing on your foot, you may have a plantar wart. This is not something you are going to want to avoid taking care of. It is essential to understand what it is and what you can do about it. Plantar Warts Are a Virus A plantar wart is actually a viral infection that is focused on your skin. The human papillomavirus or HPV causes this infection. Read More