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What You Should Know About Bunions

What You Should Know About Bunions

Here in Texas, most of us consider ourselves to be the lucky ones—nice weather, sunglasses and sandals 24/7, right? Well … not really. While many of us are basking in the warmth of our great state, some of you may be…

Why is My Heel Pain More Painful in Winter?

Why is My Heel Pain More Painful in Winter?

Why is My Heel Pain More Painful in Winter? Heels are a vital part of the body we use every day. However, they are often overlooked when it comes to foot health. This neglect could be because we tend to wear shoes that cover our heels, so we don't think about them....

Winter Diabetic Foot Care Tips

Winter Diabetic Foot Care Tips

Winter Diabetic Foot Care Tips Cold temperatures can cause diabetic feet to feel even colder than usual due to complications from diabetes. As winter approaches, those with diabetes must be aware of the extra challenges that come with cold weather and how best to...

Winter is the Season for Foot Care

Winter is the Season for Foot Care

Winter is the Season for Foot Care The cooler weather of winter can make us want to hunker down and hide away, but it also presents a unique opportunity to take care of our feet. Winter is a perfect time if you’ve been putting off getting treatment for your feet. Want...

MLS Laser Therapy: Everything You Need to Know

MLS Laser Therapy: Everything You Need to Know

MLS Laser Therapy: Everything You Need to KnowEven the smallest foot and ankle ailments can make simple movements painful. They make daily activities like walking, standing up, or running go from spontaneous to stressful in a matter of seconds.  Foot and ankle pains...

Your Guide to Proper Women’s Foot Care

Your Guide to Proper Women’s Foot Care

Your Guide to Proper Women's Foot CareOur feet are the unsung heroes of our bodies. They carry us through each day, often in highly uncomfortable shoes along unsteady terrain. At the end of these long days, we rarely give them any TLC. But our feet can only go so many...