Keeping children’s feet healthy

Some good news: many adult foot problems can be prevented with proper foot care throughout childhood. This is especially the case if Mom, Dad, Grandma or Grandpa have had a foot condition. Many foot issues such as ingrown toenails, bunions and flat feet can be...

Shoes in the kitchen?

One of best decisions you can make for your feet is to wear shoes or quality sandals in the kitchen. Going without shoes on a hard surface over the course of time can cause problems. It’s especially important to wear shoes at home if you are experiencing a foot or...

Soft tissue injuries

Since the start of the pandemic, we have been happy to see many people exercising more, getting outside in all seasons, and taking up new routines. If you are someone whose activity level has changed in some way, we want to share a word of caution that could help keep...

Caution with oversized running shoes

Every now and then, a shoe style comes along that’s different from the rest. Much of what is advertised about shoes isn’t as good as it sounds. For instance, “memory foam” sounds good, but is it really better for our feet? Much of the sensationalized marketing is done...

Pain on the outside of the foot

Every day, someone comes to our office pointing to a pain on the outside of their foot – somewhere between the outside ankle bone and the little toe. There is a common condition that occurs here, and it rarely originates from an injury. Though the pain usually...