Talking About Podiatrists

Do you have a hobby or profession--like dancing--that is seriously hard on your feet? Learn how a podiatrist can help your feet.

How To Deal With Minor Achilles Tendon Pain As A Runner

20 October 2017
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As a runner, you are probably used to some muscle soreness now and then, especially after a hard workout. But when your Achilles tendon starts hurting, this is different. Tendon pain usually indicates the beginning stages of an injury. Push through it, and you may end up with a serious case of tendinitis. Act at the first sign of pain, on the other hand, and you could be back to running, pain-free, in a week or two. Read More …

4 Tips To Avoid Foot And Ankle Injuries During Physical Activity

7 July 2017
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Whether you just enjoying something as simple as running every single day or something more like playing soccer, physical activity puts your body at risk of developing strains, fractures, and other injuries. It is true that some sports injuries can be avoided, but it is also true that you can take precautionary measures to reduce your risk of overall injury. Here are four things you can do to prevent foot and ankle injuries (and potentially others): Read More …

2 Reasons To Pay A Visit To A Podiatrist

26 May 2017
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A podiatrist is a fantastic resource to make full use of if you are experiencing frequent issues with your feet, legs or joints because he or she is a doctor that will have specialized specifically in the various conditions that can affect those areas. Some of the issues that a podiatrist can take care of can include heel pain, persistent joint pain, toenail fungus, and growths on your feet. Listed below are two reasons to pay a visit to a podiatrist. Read More …

4 Stretches You Can Do At Home To Relieve Foot Pain

31 March 2017
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Plantar fasciitis is a pain at the bottom of the foot in the heel that can be caused from a number of different things. It is usually caused from small tears in the band that provides cushion when you walk. These small tears can happen due to obesity, older age, different types of exercise or activity (such as running or dancing), flat feet, and even the type of job you have can cause these tears to occur. Read More …

Afraid Of The Dreaded Runner’s Black Toe? Here’s How To Avoid It

30 March 2017
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If you're taking up running, you'll likely come across a fellow runner who will warn you about the "black toe." This term isn't exactly accurate ā€” many runners develop black toenails on the big toes, but the color change is limited to the nail itself. While some runners see this condition as something of a badge of courage and proof of their dedication to their craft, it might not be something that you favor ā€” especially if you frequently wear open-toed shoes in public. Read More …

About Me
Talking About Podiatrists

Hi there, Iā€™m Samantha Duggar. Welcome to my site. As a dancer, I have to keep my podiatrist on speed dial. Bunions, blisters and broken toes are the name of the game while dancing your heart out on stage. Since the adrenaline produced during the performance masks the pain, I often cause extensive damage before noticing the problem. My podiatrist helps me minimize the pain and heal quickly so I can return to the stage as soon as possible. Please use the information on my site to help keep your feet healthy with regular visits to your podiatrist. Thanks for visiting.