One suggestion we have if you are staying in your home is to treat yourself to a pedicure—home style. Taking care of yourself helps maintain good health and a healthy attitude. An at-home pedicure is also relaxing and soothing.
Get the whole family involved in choosing what types of activities you’ll do. Have everyone write down something they want to try (yoga, biking, etc.) using gear you already own. Put them in a basket and draw one out at a time and try them out.
To limit the spread of COVID-19 and respect social distancing, Superior Foot & Ankle Care Center can provide Tele-Health and E-Visits. If you have questions or are interested in Tele-Health services, please call our office at 562.420.9800.
At Superior Foot & Ankle Care Center, we often find that our Douglas Park/Los Angeles County area patients with ongoing ankle issues assume that this is a condition they have to live with. Not so! Here are some frequently asked questions about chronic ankle pain and instability, including how to best treat it.
In accordance with current guidelines and recommendations, we have put extra protocols in place to reduce risk to our patients and medical staff members.
At Superior Foot & Ankle Care Center, we find that many of our Douglas Park/Los Angeles County area patients are surprised when they receive a diagnosis of flat feet from our podiatrists. That’s because the symptoms don’t immediately point to a problem in the arch of your foot, which is the source of flat feet discomfort.
Good foot care isn’t hard or time-consuming, and your feet will reward you with many years of active life. Often, small changes can make a huge impact on the condition of your feet. Here are some simple ways you can improve your podiatric health and reduce the risk of common foot disorders.
At Superior Foot & Ankle Care Center, we know there’s a direct connection between what you eat and your feet. Eating a well-balanced and nutritious diet can positively impact your podiatric health in several ways.
Who doesn’t want to have better circulation, lose or maintain a healthy weight and decrease the risk for several foot disorders (such as plantar fasciitis and arthritis) as well as conditions such as diabetes and heart disease? Many of us still can’t manage to make regular exercise a part of our routines.
What’s smaller than a penny, can develop at any time, anywhere, and be painful enough to prevent you from being able to walk? A blister.