3 Tips To Relieve Bunion Pain Without Surgery

10 December 2015
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Are you suffering from bunion pain? Are you looking for ways to relieve your pain without undergoing surgery? Bunions are a common foot condition that affects many people. They're often caused by genetics, but can also be caused by the way a person walks or the types of shoes you wear. For example, many women who frequently wear stilettos may suffer bunions because the shoes put pressure on the bones around the front of the foot. Read More 

Three Holistic Treatments For Plantar Fasciitis

10 November 2015
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Plantar fasciitis is one of the most common sources of pain in the foot and ankle. Many patients have plantar fasciitis to some degree and are not even aware that it is the cause of the pain in their heel and arch of their foot. While you can spend thousands of dollars and countless hours at a medical professional's office in an attempt to find a solution to the pain that plagues you from the time you step out of bed until after you retire for the night, there are several holistic treatments that may give you relief. Read More 

3 Types of Podiatry Services

23 September 2015
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Taking care of your feet is critical to your overall health. Being able to stay active and mobile at all times will allow you to have the best quality of life possible. If you have a problem with your feet, you will need to visit a podiatrist who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of feet issues. Knowing the various types of podiatry services may be helpful if you're in one of these situations: Read More 

Two Painful Problems That Will Keep You Off Of Your Feet

12 August 2015
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Whether you're a runner or just like to walk for exercise, you rely on your feet to keep you going. There are a couple of painful foot problems that can keep you from even stepping out of bed. Here is what you need to know about these foot conditions and how to keep them from interrupting your daily routine. Plantar Fasciitis A band of tissue called the plantar fascia runs along the bottom of your feet connecting the base of your toes to your heel. Read More 

4 Ways To Help Ease The Pain Of Ingrown Toenails

27 July 2015
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Treating an ingrown toenail isn't as difficult as you might think. It is generally a painless process that only takes a few minutes of your time. If you don't do anything about the infection on your toenail, it could end up leading to something even worse. When your toenail ends up growing into the edge of your skin, it can cause pain. To help you overcome your ingrown toenail, try out some of the remedies listed below. Read More