Archive for 'Foot Care Tips' Category

Employee Favorites 2013 from HealthyFeetStore.com: Part 1

Jul 30th, 2013 by John Almodovar | Comments Off on Employee Favorites 2013 from HealthyFeetStore.com: Part 1

We’re not just HealthyFeetStore.com employees, we’re also customers.  Take a look at our first installment of Employee Favorites 2013 and see which shoes and foot care products we recommend to help keep your feet comfortable, styled, and healthy.  Be sure to check back with us next week for our second installment. Isha, Customer Service Manager […]

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Common Foot Problems in Your 40’s

Jul 10th, 2013 by Jenna Goldberg | Comments Off on Common Foot Problems in Your 40’s

By guest blogger: Brooke Gifford, DPM   Although discomfort may occur as early as 30 years old, there are several foot conditions patients often develop and are aware of beginning in their 40’s. Heel pain, bunions, corns, calluses and clogged sweat glands are all foot conditions that people in midlife often experience. Most of these […]

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Get Feet Sandal Ready for Spring with FREE Shipping on all Orders

Feb 22nd, 2013 by Jenna Goldberg | Comments Off on Get Feet Sandal Ready for Spring with FREE Shipping on all Orders

Free shipping on all orders* with coupon code sandal13 Pamper your feet and get ready for sandal season with foot care products from HealthyFeetStore.com and FREE shipping on all orders* with coupon code sandal13. If it’s been a while since your feet saw the light of day, pamper them with non-toxic and anti-fungal nail polishes, […]

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Pregnancy Foot Pain Prevention and Care

Jan 11th, 2013 by Jenna Goldberg | Comments Off on Pregnancy Foot Pain Prevention and Care

During pregnancy it’s common for women to experience foot problems they never encountered before. Over-pronation (flat feet) and edema (swelling of feet) often develop during pregnancy. Natural weight gain puts added pressure on the knees and ankles, which can lead to heel pain, arch pain, and ball-of-foot pain. But foot pain and discomfort can be […]

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Food for Feet

Jan 10th, 2013 by Jenna Goldberg | Comments Off on Food for Feet

Foot injuries, swollen feet from uncomfortable dress shoes, pregnancy, and diabetic foot problems can all cause feet to feel tired and uncomfortable. Boost your foot health by incorporating super foods into your diet to fight inflammation and improve circulation in feet. Eat what you like from the foods and herbs mentioned below and don’t worry […]

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Diabetic Foot Care Tips for Winter

Oct 10th, 2012 by Jenna Goldberg | Comments Off on Diabetic Foot Care Tips for Winter

Winter months require a little extra foot care for everyone, but diabetics especially need to keep feet healthy. Decreased circulation, dry skin, and spending time exposed to cold and wet conditions put diabetic feet at a higher risk for developing an infection or foot condition. This is all the more reason to pamper your feet […]

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Shoe Lacing Tips

Oct 4th, 2012 by John Almodovar | Comments Off on Shoe Lacing Tips

Are you lacing your shoes correctly? Did you know that there are shoe lacing techniques that can not only reduce foot pain, but also prevent injuries and certain foot problems from occurring? Below, you'll find a video that explains the proper way to tie a knot, and you'll find graphics, thanks to our friends at […]

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Slippers: Cushioned Vs. Supportive

Sep 27th, 2012 by John Almodovar | Comments Off on Slippers: Cushioned Vs. Supportive

  Supportive or cushioned s Save On Home Energy | #1 Home Energy Savings Manual lippers – which do you prefer? Watch HealthyFeetStore.com's Melissa Kumler explain the difference between the two in our latest Employee Quick Tips video. Save On Home Energy | #1 Home Energy Savings Manual zp8497586rq

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Turf Toe 101

Aug 23rd, 2012 by Jenna Goldberg | Comments Off on Turf Toe 101

Turf Toe is common in athletes who play field sports such as soccer and football. This foot injury is caused by repeatedly making forceful contact with the ground, or straining the toe to go beyond its limits. It may develop after repeatedly pushing off with the toe while running or jumping. Turf Toe is a […]

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Owww! My Heel Hurts!

Jul 24th, 2012 by John Almodovar | Comments Off on Owww! My Heel Hurts!

By guest blogger: Hai-En Peng, DPM, FACFAS There's not one day that goes by in my practice that I don't have a patient complaining of heel pain. This is the #1 complaint that pushes people to come see me. It’s not an “I’m getting old” type of thing either. This common complaint can be seen […]

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