One Foot in Front of the Other: A Podiatry Collection

One Foot in Front of the Other: A Podiatry Collection

  • What To Expect With Hammer Toe Surgery

    If you have hammer toe and the pain from your condition interferes with your daily life, your podiatrist might recommend surgery. Hammer toes don't always need surgery, but if your toe is bent in a way that you can't wear shoes or you have frequent pain, surgery could be the solution. Hammer toe surgery can be done in different ways, so your doctor has to consider the condition of the bone, tendon, and nerve in your toe when deciding on the best approach.

  • Habits Or Activities That Make Preventative Podiatry Visits A Good Idea

    The average person only needs to see a podiatrist when they are experiencing foot pain or other worrisome foot symptoms. But not everyone is an average person! If you have any of the following habits or participate in the following activities, it is a good idea for you to have annual preventative care visits with a foot doctor. This helps ensure you're doing all that you can to keep your feet healthy, and it also helps ensure that any problems are detected early.

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One Foot in Front of the Other: A Podiatry Collection

Walking is simple, right? You just put one foot in front of the other. This can be harder than it sounds if your feet are sore or plagued by ailments like bunions, hammertoe, or plantar fasciitis. If you've ever struggled to simply put one foot in front of the other, you're familiar with this unique pain and frustration. Thankfully, podiatrists have solutions for most common foot ailments. In the articles we've collected here, you can learn all about those solutions, and also about podiatrists in general. We hope that by being more informed, you can take a more preventative approach to foot care also also know what to expect when you seek treatment.