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Shoes vs Bare Foot in the House During COVID-19 Apr 13th, 2020

Americans are currently sheltering in place, spending a lot of time at home and not supporting their feet with shoes. This is fine when you are sitting at a computer or watching TV; however, it is big mistake when doing chores around the house.  Those who count steps with a...

Treating Dry and Cracked feet Jan 31st, 2015

What is Dry Skin? Dry skin is a common condition in which skin does not have enough moisture to remain hydrated, supple and healthy. Your skin is normally protected against moisture loss by oils naturally produced by your body. When oil is not produced in sufficient amounts, the skin can...

Golf and the Foot Jul 18th, 2014

“Good foot action is the mark of an accomplished golfer. All timing, distance, and direction comes out of the lower body with the feet leading the way.” — Jack Nicklaus, Golf Legend It is of vital importance to take good care of your feet to produce the best results on the golf...

Treatments and cures for sweaty feet Jun 29th, 2014

What is Hyperhidrosis of the Feet (Sweating)? Sweating is embarrassing, it stains clothes, and it complicates business and social interactions.  Hyperhidrosis or excessive sweating is a common disorder which produces a lot of unhappiness. An estimated 3% of Americans suffer from excessive sweating of the feet.  The soles of the...

Making Pedicures Safe May 21st, 2014

As spring and summer begin many women will be heading to local nail spas for pedicures. According to an American Podiatric Medical Association Survey 50% of women aged 18-49 have gone for a professional pedicure by age 25. Pampering your feet with pedicures can have many positive benefits. Proper grooming...