Women are 4 times as likely to have foot problems as men, mostly due to footwear choices. Prevention is key. Orthotics can help correct issues early and fit a wide range of shoes.
Foot issues are extremely common for people with diabetes. Nerve damage and issues with blood circulation increase the risk of infection. Foot ulcers are the most common issue, fortunately, with regular monitoring and foot care, most foot issues arising from diabetes can be prevented. Get recommendations from our podiatrist. LEARN MORE
Children can suffer from a number of pains in the feet and lower limb when they are growing. Growing pains, heel pain, and knee pain can be caused by the feet abnormally (pronating) during growth periods. This places greater strain on an already strained musculoskeletal system. There are ways to minimize this issue and keep your children […]