Did I Choose the Right Parents?

 Based solely on the title alone, the millions of teenagers who read this blog on a regular basis (just go with it…) are probably nodding their heads vigorously. Well, hold on a second, kiddos: This post doesn’t have anything to do with the “fact” you have “the...

Catch Foot Pain Now for Less Pain Later

 Picture this: Your child’s youth soccer team is playing in the league championship and the score is tied 2-2 in what has been a thrilling match. With only a few minutes left, your child’s team is on the attack. Players are passing the ball around to find an opening...

Enjoy Fall in Fort Harrison

  Local kids are back in class and Labor Day is becoming a distant memory, which means summer is gone, folks. Now, we still might have some days here and there that feel very summer-esque, but it’s time to start focusing on the fall season. Whereas this can entail...

Why Your Feet Are Special Enough for Custom Orthotics

  No matter if you’re a fan of old western movies or not, there are several clichés and character types from the genre you’re likely quite familiar with: A lonely tumbleweed rolling along the main street The sharp-shooting sheriff riding on his noble horse, and his...

The Best Nail Treatment is an Early Nail Treatment

  Recently, I posted on my blog about how you need to take care of yourself if you're going to be in a position to take care of others. Today, I’m going to flip the script a little on you: Sometimes you need to help me if I’m going to help you. I have an array of...

Caring For Yourself, So You Can Care for Others

  Bill Withers’ classic 1972 hit “Lean On Me” hammers home the truth that there are times in our lives when “we all need somebody to lean on.” It doesn’t take much effort to come up with examples. After all, everyone has had a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day...

Flat Foot – Do You Have It and How We Treat It

  It’s pretty normal not to give much thought to the arches of your feet. After all, they simply do their jobs—absorb force, act as "springs" for your feet—and then call it a day. When you have flat feet, though, your arches will lead to issues – including pain that...

Your Guide to Posterior Tibial Tendonitis

  The anatomy of your feet and ankles breaks down like this: You have 26 bones, 33 joints, and over 100 muscles, ligaments, and tendons in each foot. These tissues all work in harmony when everything is going well, but sometimes problems disrupt the natural flow. Some...

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