When your feet hurt day and night, you may wonder if you're ever go without pain again. Chronic foot pain can wreak havoc on your life. The pain can strike at any given moment, or it can last for days on end. I was in your shoes a few years ago. My feet would ache at work, in the evening, and even when I slept at night. Finally, I sought help from a podiatrist, or foot doctor. The doctor examined my feet and diagnosed me with plantar fasciitis and heel pain. Both conditions would become worse without immediate treatment. I now want to share what I've learned about chronic foot pain with you. My blog provides information about different types of foot pain and how they develop. Hopefully, the information can help you feel good again. Thanks for stopping by and good luck.

3 Foot Problems To Watch Out For With Diabetes

27 March 2018
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There are several common foot ailments that may not be a major problem, but when you have diabetes, even the smallest problem can take a turn for the worse. As a diabetic, keeping a watchful eye over your feet can help you identify problems that can be easy to treat.  Ingrown Toenails Most cases of ingrown toenails can be prevented by cutting your toenails properly. You should always use nail clippers designed for feet, not fingernail clippers or scissors. Read More …

How Runners Can Minimize Their Chances Of Developing Pain From Plantar Fasciitis

17 February 2018
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Whether you've had plantar fasciitis or have heard stories about the intense pain it can cause, you can do a lot to prevent it with proper running technique. By doing warm-up exercises, being reasonable about your workout goals and having the correct shoe, you'll minimize your chances of developing plantar fasciitis. The chief cause of plantar fasciitis is damage to the plantar fascia, which is a ligament that stretches from your toes to your heel. Read More …