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The Importance of Foot Care for Diabetics

Published on November 2nd, 2020

November is American Diabetes Month. Over 34.2 million Americans live with either type 1 or type 2 diabetes, a number that represents roughly 10% of Americans. Many people living with diabetes are asymptomatic and therefore unaware that they are at greater risk for a variety of different ailments. The Centers for Disease Control recommends regular […]

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Caring for Feet in the Cold Months

Published on October 29th, 2020

In the Midwest, we’re only midway through the fall and looking forward to months of increasingly cold weather. This is an ideal time to revisit proper care for your feet and make sure that they’re ready to take on the frost. Here are some foot-friendly, cold-weather tips that we suggest incorporating into your routine. Wash […]

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How Practicing Yoga Can Help Your Feet

Published on September 30th, 2020

Many people are attracted to yoga because of the numerous benefits the practice provides, not realizing that this extends all the way to their feet! Yoga can be a great outlet for those looking to relax, center themselves, and improve their overall flexibility. In terms of your feet, there are unique podiatric benefits to consider—for […]

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How to Help Your Child’s Feet Develop Properly

Published on August 18th, 2020

Every parent wants the best for their children, especially when it comes to their health. As children grow, it’s important to monitor every aspect of their development, and this includes their feet and ankles. Here we share some tips for parents, so they are prepared to help their child’s feet stay healthy and develop properly. […]

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Your Feet During Pregnancy

Published on July 15th, 2020

You’ve probably anticipated that nine months of pregnancy would be physically taxing. However, there is so much going on, from planning for your little one’s arrival, to the various doctor appointments (ultrasounds, exams, etc.) you may not be thinking about your feet. Let’s take a look at how your feet will be affected by your […]

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