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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  • Do Feet Really Age? Footwear is not dictated by age, but by your activity and comfort level.
  • Is There A Rock In My Shoe? A common cause of pain between the toes while walking is a neuroma. Neuromas are caused by a small growth of nerve tissue and are otherwise known as a pinched nerve or nerve tumor.
  • What Causes Itchy Feet? The skin on your feet is subject to great amounts of stress in a variety of conditions.
  • What Are The Differences Between Corns And Calluses? Corns and calluses are thick, hard sections of skin found on the foot. These conditions aren’t serious, but they can result in severe pain.
  • The Benefits of Walking It is well understood that walking can improve your health. Walking has the lowest impact on bones and joints while being a great form of mild to moderate physical activity. It is one of the least expensive and easiest ways to get and stay fit.
  • Kid's Soccer Feet As the popularity of youth soccer has risen in America, so has the incidence of soccer related foot problems. Poorly fitting cleats are a common issue for kids.
  • Shoe Shopping With Your Teen Many parents have trouble shoe shopping with their teen.
  • What Causes Foot and Ankle Swelling Swelling in the foot and ankle is a very common complaint, especially in the elderly. This symptom has a variety of causes. To determine its cause, the doctors
  • When To Replace Your Running Shoes Runners commonly ask how many miles will my shoes last, and how do I tell when my shoes need to be replaced? The general rule is shoes should be replaced every 300-500 miles.
  • Foot Myths: Don’t Believe Everything You Hear The myths that we perpetuate about health care are often quite humorous, like jumping up and down on one foot to cure hiccups. But many foot treatment myths can be harmful and dangerous.