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Jul11
How to Prevent Running Injuries

Running is a fantastic way to stay fit and clear your mind but, despite being a non-contact sport, it can be tough on your body. The…

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Jul09
Scar Management of Foot Wounds

Foot wounds can be painful, troublesome, and if not treated properly, can lead to unsightly scars. Nobody wants scars on their feet, especially when they're avoidable.…

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Jun27
Reasons to See a Podiatrist

We rely on them every single day, and they carry our load every step of the way, but feet are often taken for granted. We take…

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Jun25
5 Common Foot Problems in Women Over 50

It goes without saying that our feet certainly carry their weight. They are our primary mode of transportation every step of the way. It's no surprise…

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Jun17
How Rheumatoid Arthritis Can Impact Feet

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is more than just an ache in your joints; it’s a chronic autoimmune disorder that can turn everyday activities into painful challenges. One…

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Jun10
Treatment Options for Achilles Tendinosis

Achilles tendinopathy is a condition characterized by pain, stiffness, and sometimes swelling in the Achilles tendon, which is the tough band of tissue connecting the calf…

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Jun03
Foot Pain During Pregnancy

Pregnancy brings about many changes in a woman’s body. While nausea and the hormonal changes often take center stage in most conversations, foot pain and other…

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May27
Foot Care for Seniors

It's no secret that our bodies change, evolve, and even morph over time. The feet and ankles bear a brunt of our weight, and they are…

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May20
Does Your Leg and Foot Posture at Your Desk Really Matter?

Much of the modern workforce spend a substantial part of their day seated at a desk, whether that’s in a traditional office setting or while working…

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May13
Why High Heels are Bad for Your Feet

Comprehensive foot care requires a multi-pronged approach, and wearing proper footwear is a core pillar of a successful program. High heels have long been synonymous with…

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May07
Foot Struggles with Peripheral Artery Disease

When you wake up in the morning, are your first steps often met with discomfort or pain in your feet? You might shrug it off as…

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May04
What Happens During Bunion Surgery?

Bunion surgery, or bunionectomy, is an invasive surgical procedure that corrects the deformity of the big toe, alleviating pain and discomfort. The professionals at Mid Penn…

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Apr24
How Shoe Choice Can Cause Hind-Foot Pain

There are an assortment of factors that go into foot and ankle health, and shoe choice is one to note. In this brief exploration brought to…

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Apr15
What is a Tailor’s Bunion?

Tailor's bunions, also known as bunionettes, are a common foot condition characterized by bony protrusions that form at the base of the little toe. While they…

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Apr07
Are Warts Contagious?

Warts are those pesky little bumps that seem to pop up out of nowhere. They can show up on your hands, feet, face, or even in…

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Mar30
Why Do I Keep Rolling My Ankle?

Do you find that your ankle is prone to rolling or twisting outwards, whether during sports activities or even simple tasks like walking? If so, you…

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Mar25
Causes and Advice for Ankle Sprains and Foot Pain

Ankle sprains and foot pain are common orthopedic issues that can significantly impact daily activities and quality of life. While they may seem like minor inconveniences,…

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Mar17
Basketball And Your Feet

Basketball is a popular and exhilarating sport enjoyed by tens of millions around the world. While it offers numerous physical and mental health benefits, it also…

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Mar09
The Connection Between Back Pain and Your Feet

Back pain is a prevalent and often debilitating condition that seemingly affects everyone. While many resort to traditional remedies such as hot and cold therapy or…

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Mar05
How to Correct Foot and Ankle Pain When Walking

Foot and ankle pain can be more than just a nuisance; it can significantly impact your ability to walk, move, and enjoy daily activities. Whether it's…

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Feb26
How to Correct Foot and Ankle Pain When Walking

Walking, a seemingly simple act, is a fundamental aspect of daily life that allows us to navigate our surroundings with ease and grace. However, for individuals…

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Feb19
Benefits Of Bunion and Hammertoe Surgery

Hammertoe and bunions are two common foot conditions that can negatively affect an individual's quality of life. While there are many treatment options available, rare circumstances…

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Feb12
Psychological Impact of Chronic Wounds

The effects of chronic wounds like venous ulcers, diabetic foot ulcers, and pressure sores, extend far beyond the realm of physical discomfort. Past the visible scars…

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Feb05
Helping Kids Prevent Ingrown Toenails

Ingrown toenails can turn an ordinary day into an uncomfortable ordeal for your child, making even the simplest activities, like walking or wearing shoes, a painful…

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Jan28
Ways to Relieve Arthritis Pain When Winter Weather Strikes

As winter blankets the world in frost and chilly winds, seniors grappling with arthritis often find themselves facing increased challenges. The cold weather exacerbates joint stiffness,…

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Jan16
All You Need to Know About Heel Pain & Plantar Fasciitis

Heel pain stands as a pervasive condition that affects individuals from various walks of life. Whether it manifests at the side, back, or bottom of the…

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Jan16
How To Know If You Need Bunion Surgery

A bunion, a protruding bony bump at the base of the big toe, can be more than just a cosmetic concern. It occurs when the bones…

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Jan15
Tips for Reducing Diabetic Wound Risks at Home

In the United States, a staggering 40 million individuals grapple with the challenges of diabetes, a chronic condition marked by insufficient insulin production or ineffective insulin…

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Jan15
Why You Should Stretch Before and After Exercising 

Have you ever jumped straight into a workout and felt stiff or sore afterward? It's a common experience for many, but it's also avoidable. At

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