Foot Care

The intricate workings of the various bones, muscles, and ligaments of your feet, ankles, and lower leg make this section of your body susceptible to injury, disease, and other conditions. However, with proper preventative care, you can take an active role in protecting your feet, ankles, and lower legs.

Education is the key to maintaining good podiatric health. By understanding your specific foot care needs, including the best way to exercise your feet, ankles, and legs, you can reduce the chance of injury.

Review the following information to be better informed and to become proactive in improving your podiatric health:

Exercise Tips

  • Ankle Braces/Support

  • Best Walking Practices

  • Common Exercise Related Foot Problems

  • Leg Stretches

  • Proper Shoes for Activities

  • Running / Jogging Injuries

  • The Importance of Good Socks

  • Toe Exercises

Foot Care by Group

  • Foot Care for Athletes

  • Foot Care for Children

  • Foot Care for Diabetics

  • Foot Care for Everyone

  • Foot Care for Seniors

  • Foot Care for Women

  • Foot Care for Workers on Their Feet


  • Footwear for Deformities

  • Anatomy of a Shoe

  • Orthotics

  • Types of Shoes

  • Wear Patterns

Important Foot Care Information

  • Blisters

  • Blood Blisters

  • Bunions

  • Burning Sensation

  • Calluses

  • Corns

  • Foot Fungus

  • Foot Odor

  • Ingrown Toenails

  • Pedicures

  • Proper Nutrition for Healthy Feet


Glendale Podiatry


7901 Myrtle Ave, Glendale

NY, 11385

PH: 718.381.2300
FAX: 718.381.0222

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