treating sports foot injuries

Take Care Of These Senior Foot Conditions Before They Slow You Down

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Keeping your body moving as you get older is important to increase circulation and maintain muscle tone. A problem with your feet may keep you off of them and make you less active. Here are some of the issues seniors have with their feet that should be seen and addressed by their podiatrist as soon as possible. Bunions - This is an abnormal growth of bone at the base of your large toe.…

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What Is Jogger's Toe, And Could Your Running Socks Be Causing It?

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Running is one of your main ways to exercise, and you really enjoy doing it, but it’s causing some problems with your feet. You might have experienced blisters, calluses or ingrown toenails, or – if you’re really unlucky – an irritating condition known as jogger’s toe.  What is Jogger’s Toe? Jogger’s toe, formally called subungual hematoma, happens to your big toe and second toe when you take part in exercise where you move a lot, like running, tennis or soccer.…

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Treating Your Verrucae: Options You Should Know

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When you have uncomfortable growths on your feet and you head to the podiatrist, you may be surprised to learn that you have a condition known as verrucae (also known as plantar warts). However, rather than dwell on the fact that you have a viral foot infection, you should get to know the ways that you can get your verrucae treated and cleared up as soon as possible. That way, you can start feeling better as soon as possible and your pain and discomfort will soon be a thing of the past.…

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