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Taking Care of Your Feet at 50+

Taking Care of Your Feet at 50+

  By the time we reach age 50, our feet have taken a beating. According to experts, we have probably walked over 75,000 miles and not often in the best or most supportive shoes. We may have health issues that affect the condition of our feet such as diabetes or obesity and our feet start

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Pregnant Woman Exercising

Take Care of Your Feet During Pregnancy

  Taking Care of Your Feet and Legs During Pregnancy Being pregnant can bring on a lot of changes in your body and life in general. The body experiences adjustments in hormone levels, fluid retention and bone hardness. Pregnant women need to alter how much and how often they sleep and eat, in addition to

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Health Eating- Health Feet

Healthy Eating – Healthy Feet

  A healthy diet has enormous overall benefits that are known to everyone, such as a healthy heart and slim waistlines. However, what people don’t realize is that a well balanced diet also affects parts of the body one would not expect like your feet and legs. Eating the right foods can result in the

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Fixing Cracked Heels

How To Fix Cracked Heels

  Cracked heels are an extremely common foot problem that can occur in adults and children. The term ‘Cracked heels’ refers to the dry thickened skin around the rim of the heel, often accompanied by yellow or brown calluses. Though not a serious issue, it can often cause a decent amount of pain if left

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Prevent foot injury from fall activities

Protect Your Feet From Injuries During ‘Fall Activities’

  Cool, crisp air and gorgeous foliage colors make fall an attractive season for many people to indulge in outdoor activities. Regular fitness enthusiasts as well as occasional hikers and cyclists, hit the trails and road alike to make the best of this weather. During this time, one must try to be careful to prevent

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Family Feet

How to Prevent Fungal Nail Infection or Reinfection

  Toenail fungus is an often-diagnosed fungal infection. In many situations, the fungal microorganism responsible for the action is the same as the one causing athlete’s foot. Both the conditions can be prevented by adopting healthy habits. Reinfection is likely to occur if proper hygiene isn’t maintained and sustained. Here are some ways of preventing

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3 Ways To Safeguard Your Feet On The Job

  When one thinks about shoes for the workplace, heavy-duty footwear such as steel toe boots come to mind. These boots have reinforced toes to protect feet from hazards such as heavy and dangerous objects at many industrial and construction worksites. Additionally, other types of boots and shoes can provide traction, arch support, and other

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How can athletes prevent foot and ankle stress?

  Athletes must pay attention to when their body is in pain. Young adults get carried away while playing sports and take to peer pressure, thus ignoring when their body signals that it’s in pain. Prioritizing to warm up and playing sports with technique is important to prevent injury. Here are some ways athletes can

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Simple ways to exercise your foot

  Standing on your feet all day can cause debilitating foot pain for many people. Working parents and full-time moms are on their feet for hours without even realizing. Our feet and ankles are very important, considering we couldn’t stand, run, walk or attend a kickboxing class without them. The feet, as the body’s foundation,

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iPodiatry Is Now On Facebook

We are very pleased to announce our new iPodiatry Business Page on Facebook. We have created this space on the web where we hope to connect with current and future clients, provide foot health education, and share topics for discussion. You can find the page here: iPodiatry (Affiliated Foot & Ankle Specialists) We look forward

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