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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  • High Heels and Your Health High heels date back to the early 1600’s when raised heels were used by horse riders to prevent their foot from slipping forward while riding. Today’s use of high heels to make legs appear longer
  • Don't Let Sore, Achy Feet Ruin Your Holiday Season If the shoe fits, wear it—when hitting the dance floor or the shopping malls during the holiday season, don’t compromise comfort and safety when picking the right shoes to wear.
  • Overusing Your Bones The idea that you can actually overuse your bones sounds odd. Did you know that placing your bones under continued stress and use could cause them to fail?
  • Tips To Reduce Heel Pain Women don’t have to “grin and bear” the pain that comes with wearing fashionable shoes. The following steps will help you stay comfortable in your stylish shoes.
  • What Is Causing This Pain? Being fashionable doesn’t have to hurt. Large purses or briefcases can lead to shoulder, neck, elbow, and back pain. Did you know it can also cause foot pain?
  • Happy Feet After the Holiday All the commotion from a busy holiday season can cause achy and tired feet. Walking, dancing, standing, decorating, traveling and celebrating can take a toll on
  • How to Prevent Athletes Foot Anyone at any time can suffer from athlete’s foot. Athlete’s foot can show up as burning, itching, redness, and dry skin on the bottom of the foot and between the toes.
  • Winter Falls As temperatures dip in much of the country, ice-related falls are inevitable. Falling on ice or other slippery surfaces are a major cause of ankle sprains and fractures. During a fall, the ice or slippery
  • Why is My Toenail Lifting? Ever wonder why your toenail is lifting from your toe or why it fell off? Of the many reasons causing nail lifting, trauma is the most common. Examples of trauma
  • Should You Be Concerned About Your Child's Feet Foot and ankle problems in children are hard to spot. Signs and symptoms are small and sometimes children can’t explain when or what’s wrong.