Winter is nearly upon us, and although some tend to get “cold feet” when the temperatures drop, there’s no need to hunker down indoors until Spring.
Winter’s cold temperatures bring challenges to foot health. You want to keep them safe from avoidable injuries and foot problems while you’re traipsing around in the outdoor elements.
If you are experiencing hot, burning or tingling sensations on the bottom of your feet when you’re walking, running, or pedaling your bicycle, it’s time to schedule a visit to our…
As we get older, achieving and maintaining proper balance becomes more and more crucial. Falls are the No.
Summer’s in full swing and you’re ready to enjoy hours soaking up the sun.
Summer evokes images of days in the sun at the beach, pool or enjoying our favorite outdoor activities like hiking, golf and baseball.
Your ankles play a vital role in providing the balance and stability you need to walk, run and jump.
Most people don’t pay much attention to their toes, but those ten digits can actually provide some valuable and potentially life-saving clues to your health.
Spring is that time of year so many of us look forward to. Days are longer, temperatures are warming up nicely and flowers are beginning to bloom!
Most people pick their footwear based on need and comfort. Other folks, however, make their decisions based on style much more than how well they fit.