How to Help Your Child’s Feet Develop Properly

Published on August 18th, 2020

Every parent wants the best for their children, especially when it comes to their health. As children grow, it’s important to monitor every aspect of their development, and this includes their feet and ankles. Here we share some tips for parents, so they are prepared to help their child’s feet stay healthy and develop properly. […]

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Answering Your Orthotics Questions

Published on June 4th, 2020

Many people can benefit from custom orthotics, but when presented with the option are unsure of how they work, or have difficulty adjusting once they have them. At Alpine Foot Specialists, we’re committed to serving our patients and answering their podiatry questions. Today, we’ll be answering some of the most-asked questions relating to orthotics. What […]

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How to Take Care of an Ingrown Toenail

Published on March 25th, 2020

If the border of your toenail is digging painfully into your skin, you are likely suffering from an ingrown toenail. These most often occur on the big toe but can also affect any other toes. Sometimes, the cause is something as simple as incorrect footwear or trimming techniques. For other individuals, ingrown toenails may be […]

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All About Itchy Feet

Published on February 25th, 2020

If you’ve got feet, there’s a good chance you’ve experienced foot itchiness at one point or another. But when is itchiness a sign of a more serious condition? Today we’ll explore some common reasons for itchiness. Types of Itchiness Itchiness, or pruritus, can be categorized into four different categories: Systemic pruritus results from a generalized issue […]

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Winter and Your Feet: 5 Tips to Keep them Warm and Healthy When the Temperature Drops

Published on January 16th, 2020

We put a lot of weight, literally, on our feet every day, and by the time we’re 50 most of us will have walked about 75,000 miles. It should come as no surprise that foot pain is something experienced by millions of Americans, especially during winter months. From dry, cracked skin to sprained ankles and […]

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