Product of the Month-February

February’s featured product of the month is dressed to impress.  We are offering 2 pairs of Simcan socks for only $15.00.  Simcan socks offer the ultimate in soft comfort and are diabetic friendly.  Unlike most other socks with nylon bands at the top, Simcan socks have a non-constrictive top, permitting them to stretch to a…

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Featured Product of the Month

“Footlogix Cracked Heel Formula Mousse” Winter is here and the cold weather can be very hard on your skin, including the skin on your feet and heels!  Luckily, we have the solution.  Footlogix Cracked Heel Formula Mousse is proven to moisturize and repair thick, cracked, and callused skin.  This non-greasy formula is absorbed immediately, allowing…

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Orthopedic Shoes

Orthopedic shoes are designed to give you biomechanical advantage when you walk.  They tend to be wider, deeper and more accommodative for conditions such as bunions, hammer toes and flat feet. A supportive, proper fitting shoe should: Be firm at the back of the heel and only bend at the ball of the foot Have…

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Arthritis/Joint Pain

While there are many types of arthritis the two most common forms affecting the feet are: Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis. Osteoarthritis is the major form of arthritis and is known as the “wear and tear” disorder. It can affect any joint. The big toe is especially susceptible due to the tremendous amounts of pressure that…

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Thick & Fungal

Onychauxis What is it? Onychauxis is a thickening (hypertrophy) of the nail plate. Onychogryphosis is long-standing thickening, in which typically a curved hooked nail (ram’s horn nail) occurs. What does it look like? The nail appears thicker and more yellow. How do you treat it? A chiropodist can use a special hand drill, to reduce…

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Heel Fissures

Having our feet bare while wearing sandals or flip flops is a favorite past time during our relatively short summers. However, the skin and heels can get very dry causing fissures to develop. This can be particularly painful around the heel edge. It can also lead to potentially serious problems if you have diabetes. Fungal…

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Heel/Arch/Knee/Foot Pain

Often when a person experiences heel, arch, knee or foot pain it is associated with complications of poor foot function. Typically, an orthotic is the prescribed medical device to address these issues. An orthotic is custom-made and is uniquely designed for a specific foot and NO ONE ELSE’S. For this reason, an orthotic is not…

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