Cold Feet? It Might be PVD.

When the extreme heat of summer in Tennessee begins to subside, and Starbucks announces the return of the Pumpkin Spice Latte, we know fall is upon us. Although the weather may still be warm, your feet might already be cold 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 >>

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 >>

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 >>

New Year’s Resolution: a Fracture Free Year!

It’s about that time of year again, where everyone starts making resolutions to eat healthier, exercise more, and try to change some habits in an instant. As seasoned athletes and inexperienced individuals begin a new year of exercising, the likelihood Read More >>

Peyton Manning’s Plantar Fascia Injury

In all sports there is one constant, father time always wins.  With age comes decline, decline that occurs even faster when you’re absorbing hits from men larger, stronger, and faster than normal human beings. During week 10 of the NFL Read More >>

The Harms of Hiking On Your Feet

For many outdoor enthusiasts, warm weather signals the start of hiking season! Hiking is a great way to spend time outdoors and get fit this fall. However, if you do plan on hitting the trails, make sure your feet are Read More >>

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