75% of people over the age of 18 have experienced foot pain. Keep your feet healthy by seeking the advice of a podiatrist.
During this time of isolation many people are working from home. As a result they are either in socks or barefoot. If you are standing for more than 20 minutes on hard surfaces you should be wearing shoes. This will prevent foot discomfort and pain.
Many of the foot conditions in our homeless populations are highly preventable. We can all help by having packages of socks in our cars or briefcases to distribute to the homeless people we meet each and every day.
People who spend the whole day wearing flip flops are setting themselves up for foot pain. They don’t provide support and can cause arch and heel pain.
May is National Foot Health Month. It is a good opportunity to have your feet checked and to have your issues dealt with by a Podiatrist. Allow us to improve your quality of life.
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