You shouldn’t ignore feet that itch, burn, hurt, or feel numb. Symptoms like these can indicate something simple at best, such as the fact that your shoes don’t fit well or it’s time to replace them.
Montgomery Foot Care Specialists have a Certified Shoe Fitter on staff who’s trained to help diabetics find custom-fit, comfortable, supportive shoes that reduce diabetic foot problems.
Diabetics are more prone to foot infections, wounds that don’t heal, ingrown toenails, corns, calluses, and dry or cracked skin. Poor circulation to the feet can cause bones to weaken.
Podiatrists Heidi M. Christie, DPM, and Chanda L. Day-Houts, DPM focus on feet, but we’re interested in our patients’ overall health, too. Here are some ideas for making resolutions that can help you live better in 2020
If life were a movie called “Walking Forward, Staying Balanced,” your big toe would play the leading role. Without your big toe in top form, walking can become difficult and painful.
Always include your feet in your periodic skin checks, including the skin between your toes and on your soles. Here, a few forms of skin problems of the feet
We’re firm believers that any celebration can be ruined if your feet are killing you. Here are some tips from our expert podiatrists.
Plantar fasciitis can be tough to conquer. We advise our patients here at Montgomery Foot Care Specialists to treat heel pain with a multi-faceted approach. That includes wearing supportive footwear indoors and out.
All of us at Montgomery Foot Care Specialists consider diabetes to be one of the biggest threats to our patients’ feet.
Our diabetic patients here at Montgomery Foot Care Specialists know that daily foot exams are an essential part of their self-care. Foot complications are very common for anyone with diabetes – even for those who do a good job of controlling their blood sugar.