As a society, we want things to happen quickly. We get impatient if that spinning pinwheel on our screen whirls around for more than a few seconds.
Tight shoes, careless clipping, and infections are just some examples of things that can mess with healthy toenails.
Diabetics, however, often have problems with circulation in their lower limbs. When there’s not enough blood flowing down to your feet, ulcers don’t always heal easily.
We get it, river region friends. Feet smell. Sometimes they smell a great deal. If you’ve got especially smelly feet, you may be wondering if there’s something abnormal going on. But you can’t even talk about your stinky feet because they’re so embarrassing.
June is Men’s Health Month. We’re putting the focus on all our male patients and the families who love them. Guys, you may not think about your feet much, but they’re the foundation of your body, literally bearing your full weight every day.
At Montgomery Foot Care Specialists, in Alabama’s river region, our patients often complain of cracked heels. Heels become dry and cracked for many reasons.
Homeowners everywhere are venturing outside to tend to all things lawn and garden. Getting those flowers to grow and keeping the lawn tamed to a reasonable height requires certain kinds of footwear.
“World No-Tobacco Day” comes around every year on May 31. You may wonder why our expert podiatrists are interested in such an observance.
Your overall health whether you have diabetes, need to move quickly to get to the bathroom, are getting adequate nutrition to support healthy bones, or have a history of foot pain is important to the preventions of falls.
To understand diabetes, it helps to know a little bit about the pancreas. The pancreas is an organ located to the rear of the stomach.