Keeping Feet Naturally Healthy: A Podiatry Blog

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Keeping Feet Naturally Healthy: A Podiatry Blog

When I worked as a volunteer in a nursing home, I always worried so much about the residents' feet. Many of them had cracked, dry feet, and some of them had nerve issues, back pain due to feet issues and excessive swelling. In many cases, they waited so long to get care from a podiatrist that their feet were in a terrible state by the time they got help. I started to take care of their feet before they got too hurt, and while doing so I learned many natural care tips as well as when to call for help from a podiatrist. If you are an elder, work with elders or have general concerns about feet and podiatry, this blog is for you. Hi, my name is Opal, and I want to welcome you to this blog!

Wholistic Foot Care: Achieving Optimal Health From the Ground Up

Your feet are the often neglected foundation of your body. They are what carry you through the day, yet people often take them for granted. Bad footwear choices, excessive standing and high-impact activities can all take a toll on your feet, leading to problems like plantar fasciitis, ankle pain and even chronic back pain. That's why it's crucial to take a holistic approach to foot care that focuses on achieving optimal health from the ground up. Read More 

Mobility Equipment your Podiatrist May Recommend

If you're having foot issues, your podiatrist may recommend a variety of mobility equipment to help you get around easier. Whether you're suffering from a chronic condition or have just had surgery and need some extra support, mobility aids can be invaluable in helping you remain independent. This blog post takes a look at what types of equipment are available and how they can help. Wheelchairs Wheelchairs are designed to provide mobility for those who cannot walk or need assistance. Read More