Exploring The Link Between Diabetes and Podiatry

3 Signs That You Should Visit A Foot Doctor

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 Your feet are tough, they take quite a beating in your day-to-day life. Most of the time resting is more then sufficient to make your feet feel better. Of course, that doesn’t mean your feet are invincible. There are several things that can happen that will require professional help. Luckily, your feet are pretty good at letting you know something is wrong with them. So, if you’ve been experiencing any of the following you should see the doctor, like.…

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The Dos And Don'ts Of Caring For A Sprained Ankle

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Ankle sprains are quite common and can happen in a number of situations. Whether you sprain your ankle while playing a sport, tripping down a few stairs, or simply taking a wrong step in a pair of high heels, the fact remains that you’ll want to treat the injury promptly and properly. Doing so will help to ensure the quickest recovery and avoid further complications. If you sprain your ankle, a trip to your doctor is a must, but there are some tips you can also keep in mind in the meantime.…

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Walk Out On These Three Myths About Trouble With Your Feet!

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If there’s one thing where there are plenty of myths, misinformation, and flat-out untruths, it’s the human body. From head to toe, there’s a lot of false information out there. Here’s a look at some of the most common myths about trouble with your feet, and the real truth behind them. Myth #1: An ingrown toenail can be cured with a cut An ingrown toenail can be incredibly painful, and the first reaction of many people is often to reach for a blade.…

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