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Athlete Foot Care

Posted April 19, 2012

Athletes depend on their feet to be healthy, strong and flexible perhaps more than most people, even if you only play sports for fun. The demands placed on athlete’s feet and lower limbs in general can lead to a range of traumatic injuries and common foot deformities... Read More »


Walking Shoes

Posted April 16, 2012

If you are currently in recovery from bunion or hammertoe removal surgery, or even if running just isn’t your thing, walking is a good way to keep your body moving without the intensity of running. However, just because it isn’t as intense, doesn’t mean that it won’t place pressure on your feet – in fact, many people who develop bunions or hammertoes aren’t vigorous exercisers, and get these deformities simply from walking around in bad shoes... Read More »


Your Shoes At Work

Posted April 13, 2012

Unfortunately, many foot problems (both chronic and traumatic) occur at the workplace from either an accident or poor ergonomics. Ergonomics refer to the practice of workplace design to provide optimum comfort and injury/stress prevention. .. Read More »


Stretch Those Toes

Posted April 06, 2012

Whether you are in the stages of treating an early bunion or recovering from bunion removal surgery, stretching is essential to foot health. This goes for those dealing with hammertoes, or any other foot problem... Read More »


Snowboarding & Your Feet

Posted April 02, 2012

Snowboarding is a very popular winter sport, and is great for fitness and overall fun. However, ill fitting snowboarding boots can jam your toes. If done enough, cramming your toes can create deformities, and you may find yourself searching hammertoe for bunion cures on the Internet after a few seasons... Read More »


Golf & Your Feet

Posted March 28, 2012

One of the main reasons many people (including bunion and hammertoe doctors!) are attracted to golf is the quiet time spent outdoors. But did you know that the average round of golf involves a 4-5mile walk (unless you decide to use a golf cart of course)?.. Read More »


Court Sports & Your Feet

Posted March 22, 2012

As healthy and fun as sports can be, they can also be devastating to your little (or big) feet and toes. The next few articles will outline specific ways to look after your feet and prevent the need for bunion and hammertoe surgery in the future. .. Read More »


Cycling & Your Feet

Posted March 13, 2012

Whether you are one of the millions of avid cyclists out there, just getting into cycling, or simply using a bike as your primary mode of transportation, your feet are precious to the activity... Read More »


Sports & Your Feet

Posted March 07, 2012

As healthy and fun as sports can be, they can also be devastating to your little (or big) feet and toes... Read More »


Aerobic Exercise

Posted March 02, 2012

While aerobic exercise is one of the greatest ways to get healthy, its movements put a lot of pressure on the feet such as quick lateral movements, jumping & running for long periods of time... Read More »