3 Excellent Low-Impact Foot Exercises for People With Plantar Fasciitis

low-impact-foot-exercises-plantar-fasciitis

If you suffer from plantar fasciitis, you want to stay away from high-impact cardio exercises such as jump-roping and running, at least until you have fully recovered (and even then, you will need to ease into your exercises). The good news is that there are great alternatives to traditional exercises if you are dealing with […]

4 Ways to Alleviate a Children’s Foot Problem

alleviate-children's-foot-problem

If there’s one thing all parents can agree on, it’s that the only thing worse than enduring painful heel or ankle pain themselves is seeing their own child have to endure similar foot pain. If you are the parent of an athlete or just a child who is generally very active, it is quite likely […]

3 Foot Conditions That Require Specialized Medical Attention

foot-conditions-medical-attention-feet

There are certain foot conditions and ailments such as a twisted ankle or a bruised toenail that can easily be cared for at home and usually won’t require any sort of medical attention. However, on the other end of the spectrum, there are also many foot conditions that are serious and should be addressed by […]

Long Island Is Your Choice Of Shoes Causing Heel Pain And Foot Pain?

One of the most common causes of pain in one’s foot is plantar fasciitis.Plantar fasciitis affects millions of people every year. A variety of things can cause plantar fasciitis, including the following: Muscles Obesity Pregnancy One’s choice of shoes(Yes! Shoes!) The pain that one feels when he or she has plantar fasciitis can range from […]

4 Soothing Exercises Long Island Podiatry Patients Can Use To Relieve Some of Your Bunion Pain

Bunions are an unfortunate and painful reality for many people, especially anyone who wears tight-fitting shoes and spends lots of time on their feet in uncomfortable footwear. The good news is that, so long as the bunion problem is addressed sooner rather than later, surgery won’t always been needed. By working with a podiatrist and […]

Important Stretches to Alleviate Heel Pain

Heel pain is something so common in Great Neck Podiatry offices that virtually everyone will experience it at some point in their life for one reason or another. While there are some instances when heel pain is being triggered by a serious condition that requires special medical treatment, surgery, or therapy, many cases of heel […]

Eliminating the Pain of Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis is a condition that can result in pain ranging from mild to excruciating. This pain is typically focused in the heel, but it can extend through the arch of the foot as well. It is typically worst after sleeping, sitting for a long period, or otherwise being off of one’s feet for a […]

Think You Have a Heel Spur? It Might Actually Be Something Else

When people begin to experience heel pain, the overwhelming majority of them will simply assume that they are suffering from the all-too-common heel spur. And although heel spurs are indeed common, it is also highly likely that your heel pain is being triggered by something else. After all, 50% of people who have a heel spur […]

3 Exercises to Avoid When Dealing With Heel Pain

When you are experiencing mild heel pain from a sports injury or just from long hours of wearing improper footwear, there are a few exercises you can try to expedite the recovery process. However, it is also important to acknowledge that there are plenty of exercises that you should not do when you are suffering from an […]

Heel Pain And Plantar Fasciitis: What You Need to Know Long Island!

You might not have ever heard of plantar fasciitis, but if you are like anyone else, chances are that at some point in your life you have experienced heel pain. And there is a good probability that the culprit behind it was one of the most common causes of heel pain: plantar fasciitis. If you are […]