If you find that your feet are often sweaty, no matter if the weather’s warm or cold, you’re not walking alone!
Turf toe is an injury usually associated with athletes who play on artificial surfaces, either indoors or outdoors. But athletes are not the only ones affected by this condition.
People demand a lot from their feet, which are tasked with taking hundreds to thousands of strides every day, running long distances, and traveling up and down hills and stairs.
Most footwear — including everything from dress shoes, to sneakers, to hiking boots — come equipped with standard inserts that offer little in the way of support.
People with peripheral vascular disease, diabetes or any other type of circulatory disorder have specials needs when it comes to foot care, including trimming their toenails.
Many women love to wear high-heeled shoes as often as possible. There are also lots of women who must wear them, whether it be to match their business attire or for a special occasion.
It doesn’t take much to sprain an ankle. A quick change of direction, a sudden movement, an awkward trip or fall … all of these can all trigger a sprain.
If you’re experiencing heel pain, you’re far from alone. It’s the most common complaint from patients seeking care from foot and ankle surgeons.
At the office of Kirkland Office, we focus on the health of our patients’ feet.