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June 2017 Newsletter

Summer Ready Toenails With Tolcylen Summer is officially upon us! Blue skies and sunshine brings flip flops and sandals. The last thing you should have to worry about is thick, yellow, brittle toenails. If you suffer from fungal toenails, Tolcylen Read More >>

March 2017 Newsletter

Fungal-Free Toenails For Spring Everyone wants healthy, fungal-free toenails for the warmer months of the year. When we wear our sandals and flip-flops we want to feel confident – not embarrassed! To learn more about fungal toenail symptoms and treatments read Read More >>

Fungal-Free Toenails For Spring!

When the weather warms up, we get excited to change our wardrobe – especially our shoes. We’re finally able to get back into our favorite sandals, open toe shoes, and flip flops. For some of us however, this isn’t something Read More >>

November 2016 Newsletter

Winter Foot Care As summer ends and temperatures drop, those of us who wish to remain active outdoors need to take several things into consideration. For starters we need to: Wear shoes with good grip, integrity, & support Account for thicker-warmer socks when picking a shoe Read More >>

Winter Foot Care

As summer ends and temperatures drop, those of us who wish to remain active outdoors during the colder months need to: Wear shoes with good grip, integrity, & support Account for thicker-warmer socks when picking a shoe Wear appropriate socks with well fitting shoes Read More >>

August 2016 Newsletter

The Right Shoes For You When it comes to buying shoes it’s easy to feel lost; everyone’s feet have their own set of characteristics that affect the fit and comfort of your shoes. Factor in performance or medical needs, like Read More >>

The Right Shoes For You

Purchasing the proper shoes can be a frustrating process. Each person’s feet are unique and various differences in their feet can affect both fit and comfort. Sport specific shoes can help reduce injury and increase performance for athletes. Diabetic patients suffering Read More >>

April 2016 Newsletter

As temperatures rise, we tend to want to go outside and get active. However, our feet and ankles can be more prone to stress and injury after winter inactivity. To avoid common injuries like ankle strain and shin splints, follow Read More >>

Tips For Spring Foot Care

When the weather warms up, we often take our activities and exercises outside. After the winter lull, our feet and lower limbs become very susceptible to injury. If you’re currently starting a new workout regimen, or generally increasing your outdoor Read More >>

January 2016 Newsletter

Treat Your Feet In The New Year The start of the new year usually means resolutions to eat healthy, change bad habits, and – perhaps most often – exercise! However, going from zero to sixty might create issues. Stress fractures, Read More >>

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