If you have pain in your heel, you are going to have a hard time moving around or doing the things that you love. This can be tremendously frustrating. Here are some tips for easing heel pain so that you can function more easily in your day to day life. 1. Get Inserts If you don't have the time or the money to go to a podiatrist to get professional inserts made, or if you need relief before an appointment is available, then you will want to be make sure that you use inserts that you can purchase from a store.
6 April 2016
If you have hard patches of skin on your feet, particularly your heels and the sides of your feet, you might have calluses. These are not serious conditions, but should be treated so they don't worsen. Here are some different treatment options for calluses. Try Natural Remedies The first thing you can do is try some natural remedies to help get rid of the calluses. Remember that many calluses will go away on their own, but these natural remedies help to relieve the discomfort and speed up the healing process.
17 March 2016
Pregnancy can affect the whole body, and your feet are no exception. From swelling to pain, your feet can experience many changes throughout your pregnancy. Your podiatrist can be your partner in caring for your feet during your pregnancy and beyond. Here are three reasons for visiting your podiatrist while you are pregnant. Flat Feet Recent research suggests that pregnancy can permanently change the shape of your feet. It is not uncommon for women to experience flat feet during pregnancy, and the change in your center of gravity can have an impact on the way you walk.
2 February 2016
If you are prone to getting ingrown toenails, then you want to do everything you possibly can to avoid them. The pain and irritation they bring can make it hard to walk and cause severe pain even when you are at rest. Although ingrown toenails are quite common, they can still lead to serious complications if they aren't cared for and treated correctly. This article will help you to avoid an ingrown toenail and also educate you on how to treat one.
27 November 2015
Ingrown toenails can cause serious complications, especially if you are a diabetic and prone to infections from minor abrasions. The best way to deal with ingrown toenails is to take steps to prevent them and promptly treat your ingrown toenails if they occur. Trim Your Nails Correctly In addition to keeping your toenails trimmed regularly, you want to make sure you pay attention to the corners of your nails. If you like to trim your nails straight across, use a nail file to lightly round the edges.
26 October 2015
As a runner, your feet endure a lot of stress, and it's not unusual for something to go wrong. For example, if you're experiencing pain and redness on either side of one of your toenails, you probably have an ingrown toenail. While ingrown nails can happen to anyone, they're especially annoying if you're a runner because they really hurt when you lace up your shoes and hit the track. Here are some tips for dealing with your ingrown toenail so it does not become worse or sideline you this season.
21 August 2015
During pregnancy, your feet often swell, which can lead to a number of ailments including ingrown toenails. If the skin around the toenail is rough and red, the toenail itself appears curved, and you're maybe even experiencing some bleeding from the edge of the nail, chances are good that you have an ingrown toenail. Follow these dos and don'ts to treat it in a way that's safe for both you and the baby.
30 July 2015