The average person walks 110,000 miles in their lifetime which can cause
foot and ankle problems over time. It’s important to understand how to
take care of your body, including your feet and ankles, so you can
continue walking for many years to come. The Foot Specialists at Bond
Clinic understand how much of a hindrance foot or ankle pain can be and
are here to help identify the source and establish a plan to treat it.
Let’s discuss what podiatry is <http://www.bondclinic.com> and four
tips for healthy feet.
What is Podiatry and a Podiatrist?
Podiatry is a branch of medicine that focus only on the foot and ankle.
This includes the treatment of small disorders like ingrown toenails to
larger surgeries to improve foot pain such as bunions. A Podiatrist is a
doctor who specializes in treating the foot and Bond Clinic is pleased
to offer two podiatry experts
Christopher Englert, DPM and Marc Feldman, DPM.
Looking for a Podiatrist?
When looking for a podiatrist to perform surgery or a procedure on your
feet, make sure to look for someone who is well trained and someone who
performs the specific procedure on a regular basis that you need. The
doctors at Bond Clinic
best-trained podiatrists and will help you get rid of the chronic pain
in your feet. No matter how big or small the issue is, we are there to
help. Contact us to schedule your appointment with one of our
podiatrists today at 863-293-1191 or visit our website.
Four Tips for Healthy Feet:
1. Happy feet start with good hygiene. Make sure to drink plenty of
water, take routine showers to clean your feet, and let your feet get
some fresh air every now and then.
2. Don’t hide ugly or cracked nails with polish. If your nails are
cracked or have fungus on them, see a doctor to help fix this problem
instead of masking it with polish. In fact, nail polish can make the
problem worse so it’s best to seek medical help.
3. Wear shoes that fit properly. If shoes are too small for your
feet, it can cause blisters, chronic pain, or even bunions overtime so
wear shoes that feet properly for the size of your feet.
4. See a doctor when pain, redness, swelling, or discoloration
persists. If you don’t have a doctor, call the professionals at Bond