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Pain in the footFoot anatomy.Senior foot care.

Please use these foot health resources below to learn more common foot conditions and prevention. If you have concerns about anything you see, please contact us for a free assessment.

Foot Problems

Foot problems.Many foot problems can develop due to neglect, ill-fitting shoes, and simple wear and tear. We found this great resource that illustrates and explains some of the more common issues: Common foot problems.

Improving Your Feet

The Care and Feeding of Feet and Legs

Inspect your feet daily. You are the first line of defense! If you have any problems with circulation, diabetes, sensation, PLEASE have a professional check them out every 60 days. Immediately call if you see or feel blood on your sock, swelling, pain, dry skin, smell or any wound or bruise ANYTHING! If not us, someone!

Moisturize your feet every day but not between your toes. Put on socks and shoes. Don’t slip on hard floors with slippery feet.

Keep your nails properly trimmed. Do not pull on anything hanging (skin or nails). If you have thick dystrophic nails, call a professional.

Elevate your feet when sitting. Don’t cross your legs and do move regularly.

Only buy shoes that fit well.

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Shoes That Really Fit

Walking legs on green grass in mountainsThere are several ways to help get your feet into a properly fitting pair of shoes. Shoes can create and alleviate some foot pain. A great fit is so important. Check out these great tips: Tips for great fitting shoes!