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Sweaty Feet and Plantar Hyperhidrosis

The medical condition that is referred to as plantar hyperhidrosis is indicative of excessively sweaty feet. Patients who have this condition have difficulty in keeping their feet dry for the majority of the day. This is often the result of large...
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Preventive Measures That Reduce the Risk of Falling

Research has indicated that falls are a common cause of injury in people who are sixty-five years of age and older. There are existing factors that may increase the risk of falling. These often include falls that have occurred in the past,...
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The Importance of Caring for Diabetic Feet

Diabetic patients may develop serious foot conditions as a result of elevated blood sugar levels. Some people experience neuropathy. Symptoms of this ailment often include a numbing or tingling sensation, and it may be painful to walk. Additionally, it can be...
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Obesity and Heel Pain

Many people suffer from heel pain, including people who are obese. Mild relief may be found when exercises and foot stretches are frequently performed. People who are overweight may have challenges in practicing a regular exercise regime, and this may be...
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Are Bunions Affecting Your Everyday Life?

Don't let bunions interfere with your daily activities.


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Performing Foot Stretches During the Work Day

The feet are considered to be the foundation of the body, and it is important to properly care for them as the working day progresses. Many people stand for the majority of the workday, and it is beneficial to sit down when...
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What Is a Blister?

A common cause of blisters is repetitive movement that happens from excessive running, walking, or cycling. They are described as small areas that are filled with a protective fluid. They develop as the body’s natural defense to skin that has become...
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The Feet and Rheumatoid Arthritis

Most people with rheumatoid arthritis experience pain in their feet at some point during their time with the ailment. Understanding the disease and the effects it could have on the feet may help you recognize the problem early and begin treatment....
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The Role of a Podiatrist

Doctors that are referred to as podiatrists provide treatment for many foot conditions. These include ingrown toenails, foot and ankle injuries, and neuromas. The education podiatrists go through consists of medical school training, followed by obtaining a doctorate degree in podiatry....
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Are You Suffering from Ingrown Toenails?

If left untreated, an ingrown toenail can lead to greater issues. Give us a call, and get treated!


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