Healthy Feet in the New Year

Now is the time to ponder over some new resolutions for the new year. Improving your physical and mental well-being is a common resolution. Most people, according to podiatrists, overlook their foot health until they experience a problem. Your general health will benefit from maintaining good and healthy feet. To improve your health and fitness, start small and work your way up. So, in order…

Beach Safety: Feet First

Can you believe we’re already in July? We hope you’ve had a chance to make it to the beach. If not, a beach trip should definitely be on your list of summer plans. While Dr. Brandon A. Macy at Clark Podiatry Center loves to hear about his patients having fun in the sun, he also wants them to keep safety in mind. If they have…

Three Ways to Be Safe in the Sun

May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month. While we hope you have been caring for your skin year-round, this time provides an opportunity for a gentle reminder. The sun does not take a break-even during the colder months. We must do our best to protect our skin, including the skin covering our feet and ankles. Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer; it is…

Signs You May Be Missing

Uh oh! Could you be missing some important details while doing your daily foot inspections? April is National Foot Health Awareness Month, and we think it’s time to talk more about this topic. Whether you are new to foot inspections or have been doing them for years, we hope this post encourages you to do your best inspection every time. Dr. Brandon A. Macy at …

What Do You Know About Your Thyroid?

In less than 2 minutes, could you tell us about your thyroid — and its importance? From the location to the size to potential problems, tell us your confidence level to lead the conversation. Well, now is the perfect time to brush up on some skills. January is Thyroid Awareness Month. We’re here to help. Let’s talk about the hormone-producing gland that plays a role…

Ending the Year on the Right Foot

7744537 S End Of Year December CalenderHow do you want to end the year? The Clark Podiatry team would like to see our patients bring in the new year with healthy, happy feet. We hope we have served you and your family well this year. Our goal is to keep you walking. As we prepare for 2022, here are three things you can do right now. End the year well while…

Don’t Let These Hazards Spoil Your Beach Day

Sun, sand, and waves! Nothing says summer fun like a day at the beach. Below are some potential podiatric problems and how to prevent them from ruining your seaside outing. Jellyfish Stings – many people don’t realize that jellyfish that have washed up on the shore can still sting you if you step on them. If this happens, carefully remove the tentacles from your feet.…

Step Up Your Awareness

Man Walking Up The Stairs With"mind Your Step" Safety Caution SiDid you know April is National Foot Health Awareness Month? At Clark Podiatry Center, we want you to be aware of your feet year-round. However, we use this month as a special time to remind people about how small changes at home can make a big difference with their foot health. Dr. Brandon A. Macy shares three quick changes to boost your awareness: Remove the…

Don’t Miss Your Appointment

39259478 Doctor Appointment Calendar Meeting Event On Time ConceptWe’re proud to share that we have been comfortably and safely accommodating patients at Clark Podiatry Center. Safety remains a top priority for our patients and staff. As we enter a new season, Dr. Brandon A. Macy and his staff are here to support you with your appointment needs. If you have missed appointments, now is the time to put them back on your calendar.…

Thyroid Disease May Cause Dry Skin

Thyroidawarenessmonth 159055705Did you know that January is Thyroid Awareness Month? At Clark Podiatry Center, we believe it’s important for patients to understand how this butterfly-shaped gland can affect the body, including feet and ankles. Hypothyroidism is a condition in which the thyroid gland is underactive. The results can influence everything from metabolism to organ function. An underactive thyroid can also cause an increased thickening of the…