In between visits to your foot doctor, there is much that you can do to stay safe and well, but it all starts with an understanding of your baseline podiatric health. Here are some questions from Dr. McKee to help you cultivate the knowledge that you need for good health.Read More
You know that regular physical activity is critical to foot health and overall well-being, but it can be hard to stay motivated. It can be easy to talk yourself out of exercising. You might be tired or busy.Read More
Summer’s here, and many people have vacation plans over the next couple of months. Some are taking road trips, but many others will be enjoying air travel this summer.Read More
A cramp is an involuntary spasm of any muscle, anywhere in the body. With more than 100 muscles, the feet are particularly vulnerable to cramps. The arch, the toes, and the calf are common sites.Read More
You’ve probably heard of osteoporosis, a disease that affects bone health. You probably think of it as a potential problem for your spine and hips or perhaps your ribs or wrists, but do you know that osteoporosis and its precursor osteopenia can pose hazards to your feet as well?Read More
Many families like to play trivia games when they’re together. Is yours one of them? If so, here are some facts to help you “bone up” before your next tournament.