When bunions are in the early stages, they respond better to efforts at straightening since the toe is more flexible.
One of the most dangerous complications that can occur for patients who have diabetes is a foot ulcer that goes unnoticed due to the loss of sensation in your feet caused by peripheral nerve damage.
You can help avoid toenail infections by limiting contact with the fungi that cause the infection and by following these excellent tips.
One of the most insidious impediments to foot health is nail fungal infections which are caused by tiny invaders that thrive in warm, moist environments common to the average shoe — no matter what time of year.
Taking good care of your feet is vitally important for patients with diabetes and there are tips that can help you avoid any major complications.
If you have diabetes, you know that you need to be especially careful to avoid injuries like scrapes and cuts to your feet, which is why it is important to check that the nail salon you choose is following the proper procedures during your pedicure.
One of the major causes of a toenail growing into your skin is improper cutting technique.
The same fungus that causes athlete’s foot is also the culprit when it comes to fungal nail infections.
It’s very important to be proactive in taking good care of your feet and the rest of your body to make the golden years as active as they can be.
Taking care of your feet is especially important if you have diabetes since prevention and treatment of diabetic foot problems begins with a good self-care program.