Take Care of Your Feet
Our feet take the brunt of our daily movement. Step after step, they carry us through our day. From the gym, to work, to home, and weekend plans, they provide the support we need. Crammed into tight shoes or sandals with little support, they slowly develop problems if we ignore them. It starts with an ache here, or a blister there, and turns into ingrown nails, plantar fasciitis, bunions, hammertoes, and sometimes much worse. As our feet are pushed too far, we are forced to slow down.
When we think of the importance of foot care and prevention, we often associate it with the elderly or those with diabetes. While foot health is extremely vital in those populations, it is actually important for all feet, of all ages and conditions. When it comes to foot health, prevention is your greatest tool. Adapting a simple, daily routine can have a big impact on the health of your feet. An ongoing routine could protect you from infection, deformities, and many diseases. If you value being mobile and independent, regular foot care is the best way to remain that way.
Why Wait Until Something Goes Wrong?
An investment in your feet is an investment in the quality of your life.
Leg, Ankle, and Foot Exercises
Achilles TEndon Exercises
For mid-substance Achilles tendinitis, these exercises can help get you back to your favorite activities fast.
Tight muscles can cause problems for many reasons and change the way you move. Learn how to stretch your calf muscles the right way.
Lateral Ankle Exercises
Follow along with these stretches and exercises to increase the mobility and strength in the ankle joint.
Finding the Right Sandals
The shoes you choose can have a big impact on the health of your feet. Read more about which kind of sandals may be causing you trouble.
Genral Tips on Choosing Shoes
When choosing shoes there are so many things to consider. From the right activity and fit to the amount of support. Check out this guide for more information.
Your choices in footwear for sports can dramatically affect your performance. There are several things you can do to both improve your game and protect your feet.