Causes of Cold Feet

Have you noticed now that the temperatures have dropped that your feet feel cold? Or, maybe you’ve always suffered from cold feet. Cold feet can affect anyone, of any age, from all walks of life. Cold feet can be a sporadic occurrence or be present all the time....

Are You at Risk of Osteoporosis?

Did you know about 52 million Americans suffer from osteoporosis and low bone mass? According to the National Osteoporosis Foundation, osteoporosis is responsible for 2 million broken bones each year that equate to about $19 billion in related costs. And experts...

Hallux Rigidus: A Painful, Stiff Big Toe

Has the joint at the base of your big toe caused you pain and stiffness? Has it progressively gotten worse that you now have lost all motion in the toe and it’s rigid? You likely have hallux rigidus. A form of degenerative arthritis, hallux rigidus causes pain and...

Don’t Let Posterior Tibial Tendonitis Cause Flat Feet

Do you have pain along the inside of your foot and ankle? Does the pain get worse with high-intensity or high-impact activities like running, tennis or basketball? Do you have trouble walking or standing for a long time? You may have posterior tibial tendonitis. The...

Stinky Feet? Pee-Yew!

After you’ve been on your feet all day, when you kick off your shoes, does everyone clear the room? Unfortunately, stinky feet can have that affect. However, bacteria are to blame for your feet’s odor. Bacteria love to live on your moist, warm feet and hide in the...

Are You Having a Flip-Flop Foot Fiasco?

From the pool to the office to an evening out on the town, flip-flops have become a summer staple. But wearing flip-flops for an extended period of time can cause you long-term orthopedic problems like plantar fasciitis.   Plantar fasciitis is a common, chronic...