Month: September 2017

Painful Hammertoes

If you have noticed that one or more of your toes has taken on a bent shape at the joint (like a hammer), then you probably have a condition known as hammertoe. While not always painful in the beginning, a hammertoe can become more deformed over time, and as it presses harder and harder against […]

Diabetic Exercise Guidelines

Lowering your blood sugar and reducing weight are just two of the extremely important benefits of exercise for patients with diabetes. If you are just starting out on an exercise program, it can seem overwhelming and be quite difficult to stay motivated and on task. The following guidelines will help you stay focused, improve your […]

Moore Balance Brace Prevents Falls

Many people struggle with balance issues as they get older, and preventing falls is one of the most important ways to avoid a frightening injury or even death. Ankle instability, arthritis, peripheral neuropathy, and medication issues are just some of the problems that can lead to falls and contribute to a permanent disability, especially in […]

Plantar Fasciitis Problems

If you have pain in your heel when you first put weight on your foot in the morning or after a long time sitting in one place, you may have a condition called plantar fasciitis. It is caused by an inflammation of the connective tissue that runs across the bottom of your foot and up […]