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How Old is Too Old to Get HyProCure® Treatment for Foot Pain?

| April 17th, 2018

Posted In: Foot Surgery, General Foot Pain, HyProCure Treatment

Do you wake up in the morning and gingerly step out of bed to limit shooting pain in your feet and ankles?  Perhaps your back also hurts and your hips and legs are stiff and fatigued. You might think these are all just aches and pains that you need to put up with as you […]

Signs You Should Visit Your New Hampshire Podiatrist NOW

| April 12th, 2018

Posted In: General Foot Pain

Minor foot problems often resolve with conservative at-home treatment. But if you have a serious foot problem, the effectiveness of your treatment and speed of your recovery sometimes depends on how quickly you seek help from your New Hampshire podiatrist. Bunions, corns and calluses, plantar warts, ingrown toenails, and occasional or minor pain can usually be treated at […]

Foot Care Tips: What Causes Your Feet to Peel?

| April 10th, 2018

Posted In: General Foot Pain

Peeling skin on your feet is rarely a life-threatening condition. It can be an effective indicator of other health conditions, however, including a depressed immune system or auto-immune disorders. If you notice the skin of your feet starting to peel, there are several foot care tips you can follow to help remedy the situation. Making […]

Why Does My Big Toe Hurt?

| March 27th, 2018

Posted In: Foot Problems, General Foot Pain, Ingrown Toenails

Big toe pain can strike at any time. Maybe you feel it when you stand up for the first time in the morning. Maybe after a good workout or at the end of the day your toe throbs. Or maybe as soon as you slide your foot into a shoe that normally fits your toe […]

How to Help a Child Suffering From Severe Foot Pain

| March 22nd, 2018

Posted In: Children, General Foot Pain, HyProCure Treatment

Does your child complain of foot pain? Don’t ignore it. You may think your child just wants a little extra attention, but complaining of foot pain is typically not the way he’ll try to get it. Childhood foot pain can be caused by minor or temporary problems, but they can also be a sign of something more serious. Left […]

6 Simple Life Hacks to Solve Painful Foot Problems

| March 15th, 2018

Posted In: General Foot Care, General Foot Pain

It’s normal for your feet to hurt from time to time, they do bear the brunt of your body weight with every step you take. We’re offering some simple life hacks to help you reduce your foot problems and pain. When your foot pain is more serious, remember it’s time to talk to your trusted […]

3 Types of Foot Strikes That May Cause You Foot Pain While Running

| March 8th, 2018

Posted In: Foot Problems, General Foot Pain, Heel Pain, Running

A foot strike is how your foot connects with the ground during each step. If you experience foot pain while running, a common cause is a disruption in how your foot strikes or impacts the ground. This constant repetition of a poor striking pattern can lead to chronic foot, ankle, and knee pain. If not corrected, […]

4 Causes of Foot Pain You Might Have Never Heard Of

| February 20th, 2018

Posted In: General Foot Pain

Common causes of foot pain include bunions, Achilles tendonitis, fractures, warts, plantar fasciitis, and sprains. But if you have unexplained foot pain, it could be due to a foot problem you have never heard of. See your podiatrist if you have any kind of foot pain as it might be caused by one of the […]

How to Help Your Foot Pain While on the Job

| January 25th, 2018

Posted In: General Foot Pain

When your job requires you to stand for the majority of your shift, foot pain can become a part of your daily life. You can reduce the pain and discomfort caused by being on your feet all day by following a few simple tips. A little common sense and the right pair of shoes will […]

5 Foot Problems That Look Like a Bunion But Aren’t

| January 23rd, 2018

Posted In: Foot Problems, General Foot Pain

If you develop a bump on your foot, near your big toe, it’s a logical assumption to think you’re developing a bunion. Even if you think that you know what’s causing your foot problem, you should make an appointment with your trusted podiatrist. There are several other foot conditions that can cause lumps to form […]