• Super shoes
    “Super shoe” technology has shattered endurance (long distance) running records. As an example, the first marathon to be run in less than 2 hours occurred while wearing such shoes. The Read more
  • Fish Pedicure Safe?
    There are reports of infection following fish pedicure. However, careful attention to details is important when trying to assessing risk for the general population. Take the story of Victoria Curthoys. The Read more
  • Are pedicure foot whirlpools safe?
    Cleaning procedure for whirlpool pedicure foot spas, self-contained foot basins, sinks and pedicure bowls are in the Illinois Administrative Code (Title 68, Section 1175.115c). It states that after each use:   •  Read more
  • Plantar fasciitis hurts
    As the new NBA season excitement builds, star players with plantar fasciitis may be watching tip-off courtside. Most individuals with heel pain from plantar fasciitis benefit from these five treatments: Rest and apply Read more
  • Benefit of foot arch support
    Previously, I explained what a foot orthotic (arch support) is and who may benefit. Two of the most common indications are heel pain and flat feet. This letter was written by Read more
  • Toe fracture
    Broken toes are common and can be very painful. They typically result from a traumatic event such as falling, stubbing the toe, or dropping something on the toe. One may Read more
  • Biotin for hair, nails, and skin
    Biotin, also known as vitamin B7 and nicknamed vitamin H, is present in many multivitamins. The recommended daily dose for adults is around 30 mcg (30 micrograms, which is much Read more
  • COVID Toes and Shoes
    Coronavirus (COVID-19) has changed our world. In the realm of podiatry, two issues were examined. “COVID toes” is a red discoloration, as if there was a bruise. There may be itching Read more
  • Heel pain: 4 things to know
    What causes heel pain? Plantar fasciitis is the most common cause and spares no one, sedentary or active. This occurs when the thick band (plantar fascia) which supports the foot becomes Read more
  • #KuToo: High heels optional
    Many businesses in Japan require working women to wear high heels.  (Airlines in the United States have similar rules.)  Yumi Ishikawa, a Japanese actress and freelance writer, feels that’s unfair.  Her Read more
  • Unused and expired medicine
    The preferred method for disposal of unused or expired medicine is a medicine take back option. The medicine can be brought to a registered collection site, such as a pharmacy, Read more
  • When can I drive?
    Orthopedic boots, also known as removable short leg walking boots, are an effective alternative to casts for various injuries and after surgery of the ankle and foot. Obvious advantages of Read more
  • CBD for foot pain
    “She was experimenting with CBD oil to relieve the pain from wearing high heels.” This quote from the New York Times needs explanation. THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) is the psychoactive chemical in marijuana Read more
  • Standing desks
    You'd better taking this news sitting down: Standing desks are not as beneficial to health as some thought. Workers have hoped standing would lead to weight loss, better heart health and Read more
  • Snake oil
    Physicians are to be the authority on promoting and restoring health. This trust was exploited decades ago when actors appeared in magazines dressed as doctors to promote smoking. This marketing ploy Read more
  • Hole in one shoe
    When Prince Harry attended a friend's wedding on his wife’s birthday, he was photographed with a hole on the bottom of his left shoe. He was previously photographed wearing the Read more

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