We had a great time at this year’s Women’s Expo at Twin River Casino. We met a lot of fantastic people, and hopefully educated some on their foot problems and what we can do to help. Thanks to everyone who stopped by to see us! We will definitely be doing it again next year. Posted
Day: April 22, 2016
I get asked all the time, “What is a good brand of shoe for running?” or “What type of shoe should I get for running?” With so many different types of shoes on the market and all the advertising that goes with them, figuring out which shoe is best for you can be a challenge.
Using lasers to treat your ailments is no longer just for Hollywood sci-fi movies, its here today and revolutionizing the way we treat pain. Laser therapy is the use of specific wavelengths of light energy to create therapeutic effects in the body. These effects include improved healing time, pain reduction, increased circulation and decreased swelling.
29 million people in the United States have diabetes (that’s nearly 10% of the population). Another startling statistic is that 1/4 of these people are not aware they have diabetes and are going undiagnosed and untreated. Another 86 million people (1 in 3 adults) are pre-diabetic — meaning their blood sugars are higher than normal,
Skiers, did you know the ski boot is your most important piece of equipment? This may be counter intuitive but it’s true. This is because the ski boot transmits the motion of your hips and knees to the ski which allows you to make quick turns. For this reason, aggressive skiers prefer a more rigid
The New Year is approaching, and for many of us that means making New Year’s resolutions. Not surprisingly, the number one New Year’s resolution for 2014 was to lose weight. To accomplish this, most people diet and ramp up their physical activity. Motivated for the New Year and the prospect of a slimmer healthier self,
DID YOU KNOW……. Fall and fall related injury is one of the most common reasons for hospitalization in people over the age of 65. A fall can be disastrous, leading to broken bones, head injury, and even worse. The recovery from a fall related injury can often take 6 months to a year or long,