Heel pain is something that can negatively affect your everyday life, especially if you spend much of your day on your feet. While icing your heels at the end of a long period of standing may help to reduce your discomfort, there are a number of other things you can do to alleviate your pain. If your pain persists, it's a good idea to find a local podiatry clinic and schedule an appointment. [Read More]
Need To Lose Weight But Experiencing Pain In Your Feet? Tips For You
If you are on a mission to lose weight and get healthy, you may want to just dive right in and make major changes in your life. Of course right along with eating healthier comes getting more exercise. When you are trying to get more exercise and are on your feet walking, running, weight-lifting and more, you may find yourself beginning to experience pain in your feet. While some soreness is normal when you start working out after you have been fairly sedentary for a long time, foot pain that interferes with your ability to exercise or walk and move comfortably after your workout is another issue. [Read More]
Podiatry For Prenatal Foot Swelling
Swelling feet and hands are a common, yet irritating, problem many women experience during pregnancy. Swelling is caused by a myriad of factors, but there is one place you can go for professional help and relief: a podiatrist's office. Podiatry during pregnancy is worth looking into if you have foot discomfort. Read on for more information about what causes foot pain during pregnancy and what a podiatrist from a clinic like Rocky Mountain Foot & Ankle can do to help. [Read More]
Is It Sprained, Strained, Broken Or Dislocated? Time To See A Podiatrist!
In comparison to the rest of the human body, ankles appear relatively flimsy. So it's little wonder that they sometimes give out during physical activity. Ankle sprains and strains, for example, are quite common. How common? According to the American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society, approximately 25,000 people suffer this injury every single day. Because these injuries occur so frequently, it's not unusual for people to dismiss all ankle injuries as minor. However, if you have suffered a painful twist to your ankle, it may be more than just a simple strain. [Read More]