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Temecula Valley Podiatry
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There are 250,000 sweat glands in a pair of feet, capable of producing up to half a pint of sweat a day! Without proper care, sweaty feet can cause skin rashes, yeast infections, athlete’s foot, fungal toenails and warts. But effective daily hygiene, good foot care practices and visits to the podiatrist can keep sweaty feet in check.
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Here’s another reason it’s important to be careful with your feet: One out of every twenty people in the United States is affected by a toenail problem every year, with the most common problems being ingrown toenails, fungus, and trauma.
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Poor foot structure doesn’t just make your feet hurt - it can result in abnormal walking and body mechanics, causing pain in your back, legs and hips! It’s important to visit your podiatrist for a biomechanical assessment at the first sign of foot discomfort, poor balance or unexplained corns and calluses.
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Stretching your plantar fascia and other lower muscles before using the treadmill can help reduce your chances of foot pain and injury.
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It’s estimated that up to 60 million adults in the US have flat feet. If you or your child has foot pain, it’s a good idea to see the podiatrist for a thorough evaluation and treatment. With proper care, you can prevent additional discomfort and debilitating complications.
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Did you know that your foot has 26 bones, 33 joints and over 100 muscles, tendons, and ligaments? Each step you take involves all these parts working together – so even the smallest injury or structural flaw can cause pain and interfere with your daily activities.
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Up to 25 percent of athletic injuries are foot and ankle related. But with some simple precautions you can greatly decrease the risk of injury!
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Although some simple treatments for ingrown toenails can be performed at home, performing “bathroom surgery” to remove an ingrown toenail can actually make the condition worse! The safest and most effective approach is to see your podiatrist for proper diagnosis and treatment.
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Foot doctors have seen the incidence of injuries to the Achilles tendon increase by almost 300 percent in little over a decade. Here is some advice on preventing damage to the Achilles tendon: http://ow.ly/dIFo30hzMP4
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Read this interesting article to learn more about hammertoe and when a surgical procedure to treat the condition may be the most appropriate option in care: http://ow.ly/tBax30hzMP3
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