Patient-Centered Care Can Improve Diabetes

According to a study published by Diabetes Technology & Therapeutics that focused on Type 2 diabetes cases, “patient-centered care may improve diabetes self-management and patients’ quality of life.” Researchers sought to understand the relationship between patient care and glycemic control. Read More

Cameron Payne Sustains Stress Fracture Injury

Oklahoma City Thunder announced that guard Cameron Payne sustained an acute foot fracture injury in late September. The injury occurred during an open scrimmage and was originally thought to be an ankle tweak. As Payne experienced symptoms of soreness, he Read More

J.J. Taylor Sustains Broken Ankle

The Arizona Wildcats lost their running back, J.J. Taylor, as he sustained a broken ankle in late September. The injury was originally thought to be a sprained ankle, sustained during the second half of the loss to the Washington Huskies. Read More

Understanding Rheumatoid Arthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis can be described as a chronic autoimmune disease “that affects 1.3 million Americans, the majority of whom are women.” If left untreated, the condition can lead to eventual disability of the joints. However, early diagnosis and proper treatment Read More

Tips for Choosing Shoes for your Children

According to the American Board of Multiple Specialties in Podiatry (ABMSP), parents shopping for their growing children should select footwear “that promotes health and wellness.” Plan ahead by discussing with your child what style and brand of shoes they would Read More

Hyperhidrosis a Condition of Excessive Sweating

Hyperhidrosis, commonly known as the excessive sweating disorder, can occur “with or without the presence of an offensive odour.” The disorder can be caused by underlying conditions, so it’s best to consult a doctor to assess your condition. Sweating can Read More

Senquez Golson Has Surgery on Lisfranc

Senquez Golson of the Steelers had surgery on his Lisfranc and is out for presumably about four months. Golson had injured his foot during practice in early August, and had to be carted off of the field. His foot had Read More

Toenail Fungus Can Lead to Other Problems if Left Untreated

Toenail fungus not only becomes more common as we age, but it can lead to other potential foot problems. “People who have toenail fungus are more likely to get skin infections between their toes,” according to Dr. John Swartzberg, of Read More

Plantar Wart Treatment

Three out of four people will develop a wart in their lifetime. Warts are contagious, but they are completely harmless. Plantar warts appear on the bottom of the foot, and they are caused by a virus. These warts are spreadable Read More

Flip-Flops: Dangerous for Your Feet?

Flip flops are easy to take on and off, however they are dangerous for your feet. Everyday flip flop use can cause plantar fasciitis. Stress fractures, tendinitis, and shin splints are also problems that stem from wearing flip flops too Read More