You don’t have to be an athlete to develop athlete’s foot, an itchy, highly contagious fungal infection. Here’s how to avoid athlete’s foot in the locker room and any other moist, warm place where the fungus grows.
If you suffer from heel pain, especially when getting out of bed in the morning or after a run, you likely have plantar fasciitis. Read on to learn the common risk factors for this painful foot painful ailment and how to remedy it.
Your feet provide a firm foundation for the rest of your body when you're walking, running or just standing still. When you have a foot problem, it can throw off your balance and place extra strain on your back. Here's how orthotics can help.
Plantar fasciitis is a common cause of chronic foot pain, especially in active people and older men and women. While the pain can take a toll on your everyday activities, the good news is, it can almost always be treated without surgery.
Diabetes means not only monitoring and managing your blood sugar levels but also taking care of your feet. Complications from diabetic neuropathy can cripple, but these tips from Scheffel Foot Center will help you care for your feet.
One pair of shoes may feel at home on your feet, but various activities have different demands. The best shoe for walking is likely not your best option for a sport involving running, jumping, or fast changes in direction.