Protect Your Feet from Frostbite

FrostbiteWhen body tissues are harmed after being exposed to freezing conditions, it can result in frostbite, a possibly irreversible condition. Frostbite is more likely to occur in the winter, in windy conditions, and at high elevations. Skin exposed to cold temperatures or water can freeze, causing the common but frequently ignored condition of frostbite. Numbness, swelling, blisters, and blackened skin are some of the signs…

Are You Suffering from Foot Odor?

OdorFoot odor, also called bromodosis, is a common problem that affects millions of people. Your feet and your hands have the most sweat glands than any other area of the body. Sweat by itself has no smell; nevertheless, the moisture-loving bacteria can raise your risk of producing a potent stench. What causes foot odor? The cause is simple: our skin hosts millions of bacteria, and…

Golfing and Your Feet

GolfAre you a fan of golf? If so, do you enjoy playing the game or watching it on television? Either way, we have something for you with today’s blog. Dr. Brandon A. Macy at Clark Podiatry Center is celebrating National Golf Month, and he is sharing some helpful tips for patients who love the game or know someone who plays, too. Golf is a game…

Intro to Diabetes – American Diabetes Month

31299756 S Diabetes Healthcare Medicare Treatment HandsNovember is designated as a time to raise awareness about diabetes. That’s why, for American Diabetes Month, we want you to learn more about how it affects millions of American adults. We encourage you to share this information so that more people can become involved in understanding the disease and actively trying to reduce their risk for developing it. The Basics Diabetes is a chronic…