Do You Get Ingrown Toenails?

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Do You Get Ingrown Toenails?

Hi. My name’s Gregory Grossman. I’m 52 years old and have suffered from ingrown toenails for as long as I can remember. They are torturous! Most of mine would get infected and take weeks to heal. I went to my family doctor numerous times. He would do the best he could to help relieve the pain and speed up the healing process. However, they always came back. Two years ago I sought out a podiatrist. He gave me information about my options. He also told me that my nails were too wide, and there was nothing I could do to avoid this ailment. I opted for the procedure that would permanently remove the excess nail and deaden the area so the nail wouldn't grow back. I had my other foot done just last week. I’m going to share all I have learned and hope it helps you!


The Downfalls of Wearing High-Heeled Shoes

19 November 2015
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Many people may believe the look of high-heeled shoes increases the height in a way that is pleasing to the eye. If you are an avid high-heel wearer, you may be doing harm to many parts of your body without even realizing it. There are several reasons why regular high-heel wearing is not worth the risk of looking good. Here are some of the effects frequent heel-wearing can have on the body. Read More …

4 Ways To Prevent Nerve Damage To Your Feet When You Have Diabetes

21 September 2015
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Individuals who have diabetes sometimes develop a condition known as diabetic nerve pain. Diabetic nerve pain is when an area of one's body becomes so sensitive that even an extremely soft touch or brush of pressure can send shooting pain through one's body. Diabetic nerve pain tends to show up more in people's feet and legs who have this condition. If you have diabetes, you can prevent diabetic nerve damage from occurring, especially in your feet, by taking a few preventative measures. Read More …

The Cause And Correction Of Flat Feet

19 August 2015
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If you have pain in your feet and ankles after a moderate amount of walking, visit a local foot doctor and get examined for flat feet. That little arch in the foot acts as a natural shock absorber when you walk. Without the arch, your feet and ankles take the full impact when you step down. Here is how that arch does so much and what can be done to relieve the stress on your feet and ankles. Read More …

Avoiding Damage To Your Achilles

29 July 2015
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If you have pain in your lower heel, then you might have a heel spur or some other such injury. On the other hand, if the pain starts about four inches up your leg, you have an achilles injury. Achilles injuries are triggered by a rapid increase in how much exercise you do. If you don't give your achilles time to strengthen, then it can get inflamed, the inflammation can trigger increased wear, and your achilles can even start to break down. Read More …

Get Instant Pain Relief From Plantars Faciitis

14 July 2015
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If you suffer from plantar fasciitis, you know how painful the condition can be. This condition can cause pain ranging from a dull throbbing to a sharp stinging. It can make it extremely difficult for you to walk. Mornings are generally the worst with this condition and you may find it hard to get out of bed to start your day. There are a few things you can do at home to lessen the pain of the condition. Read More …