Our Podiatry Blog Offers Tips on Your Foot Condition

There’s no need to try home remedies that don’t work. Our blog offers foot care protection, injury prevention, and other tips from a certified South Carolina podiatrist, helping you to see real results and lasting relief.

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  • What Is This Painful Bump Behind My Big Toe? What is a bunion and what are my treatment options?
  • Back To School--Foot Doc Edition Did you know that your kids’ feet can grow up to two sizes within six months? Tight shoes can cause blisters, corns and calluses and commonly, ingrown toenails.
  • Four Flip-Flops For Heel Pain To Try This Summer Heel Pain causing you issues this summer? Here are four flip-flops that are podiatrist approved.
  • Five Signs Your Child May Have a Foot Problem Foot and ankle problems in children often go unnoticed. Signs and symptoms can be subtle, and sometimes children can’t explain what’s wrong.
  • Foot Pain Ruining Your Golf Swing? The barrier to a perfect golf swing could lie in your big toe, your heel or the ball of your foot. These are the three areas most likely to cause pain that can ruin your golf swing.
  • Diabetes Awareness Did you know that diabetes is the leading cause of non-traumatic leg and foot amputations? Or that these amputations and complications can be prevented?
  • Importance of Socks The first line of protection for your feet is a sock. Socks do much more than prevent your shoes from rubbing and blisters from forming on your feet. They provide an ideal environment by aiding in temperature and moisture control. Those suffering from neuropathy should always wear white socks to help detect open sores on their feet and ankles.
  • When Was The Last Time You Measured Your Feet? The importance of wearing proper shoes is not just for women to worry about. Everyone can benefit from a pair of well-fitting shoes. With 25 percent of the body’s bones located in your feet, it is important to maintain normal alignment for the foot to function properly. Many of the problems associated with your feet come from ill-fitting shoes.
  • How To Reduce Scarring After Surgery Scarring is the body’s way of healing an open wound or cut. A scar first forms with dead skin and blood cells to form a scab. This helps to close and seal the wound. Underneath the scab, the new skin will grow with tissue called collagen to replace the wound. The combination of skin and collagen causes a difference in texture and color called a scar.
  • Septic Arthritis Septic arthritis is an extremely painful infection of a joint where germs infiltrate a joint and cause damage that leads to severe pain, warmth, and swelling. Bacteria and other microorganisms are the cause of septic arthritis and commonly target the knee, hip, or ankle