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Scott T. Grodman, DPM
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You don’t have to be an athlete to get athlete’s foot! It’s a common, contagious fungal infection that thrives in many warm and moist environments.
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Plantar fasciitis, a condition that causes heel pain, affects approximately 10% of the population and accounts for one million doctors visits each year.
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When you go shoe shopping try to go in the afternoon, when your feet have swelled a bit. And make sure to try on both shoes, since many people have one foot larger than the other!
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Properly fitted orthotics can promote proper foot alignment and improve foot function, help restore balance and enhance sports performance, while alleviating pain in your feet, knees, hips and back.
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Plantar warts often make running, jumping and even walking uncomfortable. Unfortunately, ‘over the counter’ preparations are generally unsuccessful in treating plantar warts. However, your podiatrist can offer a range of treatments to completely and permanently eliminate plantar warts, including topical applications of an acid, liquid nitrogen, a surgical procedure or laser surgery.
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Your feet are the foundation of your body, supporting and balancing your weight and giving you the ability to move from place to place. During high-impact activity, the forces on your feet can be more than twice your bodyweight!
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When you’re shopping for shoes, keep in mind that healthy footwear should provide shock absorption, arch support and good cushioning, and should promote proper body alignment among other benefits.
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Women experience about four times as many foot-related problems as men. High heels and other types of ill-fitting footwear are chiefly to blame, because of the unnatural pressure and strain they add to the arch and toe box.
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Ever wonder why your feet are so ticklish? It’s because there are 8,000 nerves in the feet. While ticklish feet are usually a good indication of health, non-ticklish feet can indicate problems with nerve receptors caused by illnesses such as diabetes mellitus, arthritis, a vitamin deficiency or thyroid problems.
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