3 Powerful Ways Custom Orthotics Can Improve Life

6 April 2022
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Some individuals have a difficult time standing on their feet for long periods of time. This can negatively impact their lifestyle because it may be painful for them to stand or use their feet. Sometimes the pain extends beyond the feet and may also impact the ankles. There are a variety of things that can lead to this phenomenon. Some individuals use orthotics to manage their pain. However, there are different types of orthotics, so choosing the correct type is essential. Read More 

What To Do If You Have Foot Pain

11 October 2021
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Foot pain is something that can be treated with daily changes to your routine, or sometimes the foot pain needs to be treated with medical procedures and medication. If you have pain in your feet, you should try to make changes first to see if those small changes help your feet heal. Sometimes the pain may be caused by something you are doing or not doing in your day-to-day routine. Read on for a few things you may be able to do to treat your foot pain. Read More 

3 Things You Need To Know After Your Foot Surgery

2 April 2021
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You may have had to have foot surgery for a number of different reasons. Maybe it was due to an injury, it could have been to help correct a foot issue that has been there for a long time, or you may have had to have foot surgery for other reasons. No matter what the reason, if you have to have foot surgery, you need to follow your physician's orders in order to get your foot to heal properly so you can go back to your life without pain in your foot. Read More 

Reasons A Total Ankle Replacement Is Worth It

18 September 2020
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If you've been dealing with severe arthritis in your ankle for a while, you're probably ready to do just about anything to be rid of the pain. But at the same time, the idea of having a major surgery and dealing with more pain during recovery can be intimidating. Thus, you may not be sure whether to go through with the total ankle replacement your doctor is recommending. Here's the reality: ankle replacement surgery won't be easy. Read More 

How To Get Help With Plantar Fasciitis

4 August 2019
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The plantar fascia is a ligament located in your foot; it runs from the front to the heel on the bottom of your foot right with the arch. Aside from your toes, your foot is not intended to stretch or bend, and neither is the plantar fascia. However, it is possible to mistreat your feet in a way that forces this ligament to stretch, or that causes injuries to it like bruising or tearing. Read More