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How To Help Your Diabetic Feet And Legs Or Recover From A Leg Injury You might have pins and needles, pain or numbness in your feet.  Maybe you fell and bruised or broke you leg.  And so  maybe you can’t walk so well right now. But, here’s the thing:  Don’t stop moving. You might not […]

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Your buttock muscles (also called gluteal muscles) are large, powerful muscles.  When they become ‘too tight’ they can cause pressure on the sciatic nerve as it passes through your hip area. The sciatic nerve is as large as your finger and is usually found behind some of the large gluteal muscles. Nerves hate to be […]

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Feet hurt?  Feet take a beating all the time.  And if you are carrying a few extra pounds that creates a lot of stress on the joints, bones, muscles, ligaments and tendons in your feet. A rheumatologist (a medical doctor who specializes in arthritis and similar diseases) said that if you lose just ten pounds–Just […]

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When I was in ninth grade my big toe joint swelled and hurt.  The school nurse wasn’t very sympathetic.  She blamed it on my shoes. Maybe so. But they were cute.  Cheap but cute. They probably caused me to curl my toes to hold them on my feet. But according to Doctors Travell & Simons […]

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What is the cause of pain on the bottom of your feet? There are several possibilities including the muscles on the bottom side of your foot.  Those muscles can be pressed into with fingers or a tennis or golf ball.  The muscles to press tend to be in the area of foot pain. If those […]

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If you have stiffness in your ankles or pain in the arch of your foot, this article is for you! My client Pat had told me about the pain that ran from her hip to her foot.  We had worked on the muscles of her lower back and hip in previous sessions because those muscles […]

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If you have pain or numbness in your hands and in your feet, it’s a good idea to see your doctor to rule out any serious medical condition like diabetes. Although some people are more prone to get diabetes than others, it is largely a disorder caused by lifestyle and what we eat.  Some doctors […]

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Pain on the bottoms of your feet as you age? Could happen! Some people lose the fat pads on their soles. Other people don’t. How come? And what can you do to have happy feet again?

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Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome (TTS) means that you have symptoms that can make it uncomfortable or unbearable to walk.  The symptoms can be pain, burning, nervy sensations or tingling on the sole (bottom) of your foot. You may also feel it on the arch side of your ankle or in your heel. Symptoms are usually worse […]

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What causes pain in the arch of the foot and Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome? Here are simple, natural treatments you can do to help get rid of the pain in your feet.

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