Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Foot & Ankle Associates of Cleveland has been open for our patients who need urgent care. Emergency podiatric conditions pose an immediate threat to your health and include Broken bones Sudden changes, such as swelling or numbness Wounds that aren’t healing – especially important for our patients with diabetes Constant pain […]
Working from home isn’t going away as long as the global pandemic persists. Here are some tips to help improve your physical and mental well-being while working from home.
Planting vegetables into individual containers puts deliciousness right outside your back door or on your patio or balcony. It’s fun, easy, cost-saving, and space-saving.
If your heels are dry and cracked, if your toenails are so long that you’d be more comfortable wearing shoes ½ a size bigger than usual, if you’ve got hard calluses building up on your toes, AND you don’t have diabetes, then treat yourself to an at-home pedicure.
Doctors worldwide have recently announced a new symptom of the disease: skin lesions on feet and toes. This skin condition is called “COVID toes.”
The spring of 2020 has felt pretty cloudy even when the sun’s been out. But all of us at Foot & Ankle Associates of Cleveland want to help you part the clouds and find meaningful ways to pass this time spent within your own four walls. Here are some ideas for getting through the coronavirus quarantine:
Our podiatrists, Dr. Megan L. Oltmann and Dr. Craig B. Frey have a lot of compassion for anyone trying to attend work conferences from home, while simultaneously keeping the kids safe and on-task. Here are 5 suggestions to help you through:
Your exercise routine doesn’t have to disappear. Dr. Craig B. Frey and Dr. Megan L. Oltmann strongly recommend that you find the motivation to keep working out or use this extra downtime to create a brand new plan.
Today, the expert podiatrists at Foot & Ankle Associates of Cleveland want to focus on notable reasons for pain in the heel, other than plantar fasciitis.
March is National Nutrition Month, you can teach kids that good nutrition is important for their feet. If we want our feet to continue allowing us to stand, walk, run, and play sports, we’ve got to take in the right nutrients.