The danger of having wounds or ulcerations on your feet

This video is for those who are experiencing ulcerations, wounds or bruises on their feet. There is a tremendous danger when these symptoms are ignored and go untreated. First, we will look at what are ulcerations, and then what are wounds and what does it mean to have bruises on your feet. I will tell a couple of stories of people who let some of these symptoms go unchecked and the problems they faced. .

the importance of buying shoes with a removable footbed

Next time you buy a new pair of shoes make sure that it has a removable footbed. The reason for this is that allows you to put into your shoes a more advanced insert that has much more support and comfort. About 95 percent of the comfort and running shoes that you purchase have zero support in the inserts that come with the shoes. And if you can’t remove the manufacture’s insert then you .

Charcot fractures are fractures occurring in the feet or anklebones of people with Charcot arthropathy,

Charcot foot is a serious condition that can lead to disfigurement, disability, and amputation, according to the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons. As the condition advances, the joints crumble, and the foot adopts an abnormal appearance. Patients with diabetes, patients with long-term neuropathy, and neuropathic patients with tight Achilles tendons fall at risk of developing the condition and ought to take extra precaution and seek immediate treatment as soon as symptoms appear. .

what makes shoes comfortable?

Everyone wants a comfortable shoe; but what makes a shoe comfortable? You may get a shoe that is soft and flexible and feels very comfortable but is it good for your feet. A shoe without proper support can cause numerous foot problems. To find a shoe that offers both comfort and support you need to look for these things: Are you able to wiggle your toes freely, does the arch of the shoe support .