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Easy Caring Tips For Your Diabetic Foot

Maintain Your Blood Sugar Levels Blood sugar levels should be maintained and as low as 70 to 130 mg/dL before meals. However, maintain a blood sugar level of less than 180mg/dL two hours after a meal. It sounds like a bunch of numbers being thrown at you doesn’t it? Think of it as monitoring your . . . Read More


The Right Footwears For Diabetic Patients

Not many of us correlate diabetes with foot amputation. However, if you’re dealing with diabetes, it is crucial to take good care of your feet. Diabetes causes reduction in blood circulation which decreases the blood flow to the feet, causing a variety of problems. Read more on how diabetes can affect your feet here. As . . . Read More


Foot Narrowing Cinderella Procedure | Cosmetic Foot Surgery

One day Prince Charming is going to sweep you away for the night. You’ll be dancing the night away in designer high heels… for hours. When midnight strikes, you’ll run away and accidently lose one of your heels revealing your bare feet. It all seems so magical and glamourous … until he sees your feet . . . Read More


Prevent Plantar Fasciitis With These 3 Stretches

What is planta fascia? A thick fibrous band located along the bottom of the foot (pictured below). So then what is Plantar Fasciitis? Plantar fasciitis is the pain you feel in your heels when the plantar fascia (the strong band of tissue that supports the arch of your foot) becomes irritated and inflamed. Who is . . . Read More


PRP Therapy Treatment | The Best Healing Therapy For Sports Injuries

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy is an emerging treatment option in Sports Medicine. It was originally used in the nineties to help dental and oral surgery patients gain faster results from soft tissue recovery. Since then, PRP therapy has been used on premier athletes like Troy Polamalu and Hines Ward of the Pittsburgh Steelers and . . . Read More