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Flat Feet: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

When you look at the side of your feet in the mirror, do you notice that they look kind of flat? If you don’t see a visible arch in the center, you might have a condition called “flat feet.”

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Diabetic Foot Ulcers: Why Diabetics Are at Higher Risk, Symptoms & Treatment

Diabetics can experience severe complications from untreated foot ulcers, more so than other individuals. Let’s look at what puts those with diabetes at higher risk for infection and ...

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Have a Blister on Your Foot? Here’s How to Treat It

We’ve all done it! You throw on a new pair of shoes and by the end of the day, you... View Article

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Shin Splints: Causes, Healing & Prevention

Your new running routine makes you feel healthy and energetic, but there’s one problem: those darn shin splints! It seems... View Article

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Toe Jam: Symptoms, Treatment & Prevention

A quick Google search of “toe jam” serves some scary Images results. While you’ll likely find queries related to physically... View Article

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Foot Problems & Obesity: How Excessive Weight Can Affect Your Feet & Ankles

As body mass index (BMI) increases, so too do the odds of foot pain, according to one reputable study published... View Article

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Tips For Finding Comfortable, Supportive Sandals

You know that flip flops aren’t the most supportive shoe. But living in Florida, it’s hot— and your feet need... View Article

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Foot Stress Fractures: Symptoms, Healing & Prevention

Many active people like runners can suffer from feet injuries, and one very common and very painful problem is a... View Article

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Sprained Ankle Prevention Tips

Foot and ankle pain can be hard to bear: hurting with each step. Though there are many things you can... View Article

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5 Shoe Shopping Tips for Finding the Right Fit

Shoe shopping— you either love it or you hate it! Those who dread shopping oftentimes have trouble finding the right... View Article

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