Three Causes Of Peeling Skin On Your Feet And When You Should Be Concerned

Posted on: 22 September 2017
If you discover peeling skin on your feet, do not freak out. As any good podiatrist will tell you, there are many reasons why the skin on your feet peels, as well as a time and place to freak out over peeling skin. As you will see below, there are three leading causes of peeling skin on your feet. The information provided will also alert you to when you should be considered about this weird phenomenon.
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Get Off My Feet: How To Get Rid Of Toe Fungus And Keep It Away

Posted on: 17 September 2017
Now that summer is over, and you've put your sandals away, it's time to start worrying about your feet. During the winter, when you're more likely to keep your feet covered up, you're also more likely to develop unsightly, and potentially painful, toenail fungus. Unfortunately, that's the worst thing you can do. Toenail fungus doesn't have to ruin your feet. In fact, there are some simple ways to get it under control and keep it away.
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Custom Orthotics May Help Your Foot And Ankle Pain

Posted on: 10 September 2017
If you have fallen arches or feet that roll to the side when you walk, you probably have frequent foot and ankle pain. You might consider buying shoe inserts at a pharmacy for relief. Sometimes, over-the-counter inserts help, especially if your pain is mild and occasional. However, a better solution for chronic pain is to have a podiatrist make custom orthotic inserts for your shoes. Here's how a foot and ankle specialist fits you for a prescription and the types of orthotics available:
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A Quick Look At The Surgical Options For Your Hammer Toe

Posted on: 6 September 2017
A hammer toe is a condition where a middle toe becomes bent. This causes pain and can make wearing shoes difficult. There are treatments for hammer toe such as stretching your shoes to provide room for the deformed toe, wearing cushioning pads, and getting custom orthotics. When these treatments don't help the pain or if the hammer toe interferes with walking or wearing shoes, then your podiatrist may recommend surgery. Here's a look at different the hammer toe surgeries you could have:
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