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…

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…

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…

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…

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…

Keeping Your Feet Safe While at Home

32504307 S Wool Socks Woman Coffee FeetWe’re all spending much more time at home these days as we seek to limit the spread of the coronavirus. While we work from home, keep up with our children, or step outside for a moment, it’s still important to protect our feet. Clark Podiatry Center has a few safety tips that you and your family can practice during this time. Healthy feet and ankles…

Are You Ready for Spring Sports?

39482245 Unrecognizable Injured Runner Sitting On A Wooden Floor BackgroundWinter is almost over, and soon springtime weather will be inviting us out to play our favorite sports. Longer days with even more sunshine welcome fun activities for you and your family. Before you jump into a new sport or dust off your shoes from last spring, Dr. Brandon A. Macy and his team at Clark Podiatry Center have a few questions to ask before…

Meet Your Podiatrist in 2020

10542815 Perfect Circle Of Legs Isolated, Concept With Copy SpaceWe recently shared advice on ways to begin 2020 with better feet. This new year is also a great time to share a bit more about our office, and how we can help with your foot and ankle needs. Dr. Brandon A. Macy of Clark Podiatry Center is all about working with you and providing resources to keep you walking. Here are some services that…

Treating Toenail Fungus

12433616 Foot With Fungal Toe Nail InfectionOf the many conditions a person can have regarding their feet, one often ignored is toenail fungus. Maybe because it is such a basic problem that it is often considered normal. But having toenail fungus is certainly not a normal, or at least, a healthy condition as it can easily lead to athlete’s foot. So, what is toenail fungus and what does it look like? …