Dr Marlene Reid’s February 2021 student lecture on lower extremity considerations of the golf swing.
Returning to Sports after being “side-lined” during the Covid-19 Pandemic is all over the news with respect to physically social distancing – but what about with respect to physical conditioning? Whether you are a weekend warrior, seasonal athlete or year-round runner; the pandemic has had an effect on your physical ability to return to your sport.
Learn about “Covid Toes” and how the Corona Virus invades the body. This lecture by Dr. Marlene Reid was presented to pedicurists and nurses who treat feet as an awareness campaign.
The overall health and well being of our patients, staff and doctors continues to be our first priority at Family Podiatry Center. We are closely monitoring the COVID-19 Coronavirus restrictions and recommended health care guideline from the Center for Disease Control (CDC).
As the countdown to the New Year fades and we retire the “special event” heels for another year, it’s time to think about what resolutions you can make to start the year on the right foot! Okay, on the left foot too. After weeks of holidays and parties, the start of the year is a perfect time to give your feet a rest. Below are five resolutions to help give them the pampering they deserve. Give your toenails a breather. Unless you have a mid-winter …
So why did “heel spurs” exempt people from military service? Aside from being very painful, heel pain was often associated with “flat feet” which tire easily. Nowadays, both flat feet and heel pain are easily maintained using custom orthotic devices and no long pose a threat to our soldiers.
Or the Chicago Marathon earlier this month? Congratulations on your accomplishment! Hopefully all your training and dedication paid off for a successful run. With any luck your training prevented you from foot and ankle injury; but if not, Family Podiatry Center is here to help! Despite all your preventative training – stress fractures, heel pain, tendinitis, Achilles tendon injury and plantar fasciitis are among the common problems that may result after a marathon or half marathon. It is important to understand that not only is …