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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  • 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.
  • Salon Quality Pedicure at Home With today's busy schedule, it’s hard to find time to get a good pedicure. But with some simple and effective at-home treatments, you don’t have to leave home for your next spa day.
  • Common Myths of Bunion Surgery Bunions form when there is a structural problem within the foot causing a prominence at the base of the big toe. Since this is a boney problem, correction commonly requires surgery.
  • Easy Foot Fixes For Runners Running is a great way to tone the body and lose weight. But, it places your feet under constant strain. In addition to sore and tired feet, here are four common foot conditions
  • Do Your Toes Have The Blues? Have you noticed a bluish or black color to your toes? Has this color been gradually increasing as you get older? ]]> diabetes or peripheral vascular disease
  • Matching Your Feet With Shoes Finding a comfortable shoe can prove to be a difficult task. With so many options available, it’s difficult to determine which will fit your foot the best.
  • What are Custom Foot Inserts? A custom foot insert or orthotic, is a device placed inside your shoe to alter how your foot functions while walking. Orthotics are roughly the shape of your shoe’s
  • Testing Chronic Ulcers Not all ulcers are the same, even when found are on the same foot. Longstanding ulcerations may not be healing even when there is proper blood flow, nutrition, and treatment.