Cost shouldn’t be a consideration when buying diabetic socks, especially in light of their many benefits. In fact, consistently wearing high quality diabetic socks may be all that’s required to prevent some of the most common foot problems affecting diabetics.
This month, Beaver Valley Foot Clinic’s Dr. Christina Teimouri shares her insight and expert advice on the variations of a sprain, how to treat them and how to prevent them from happening again.
Both corns and calluses are the skin’s way of protecting itself from repetitive friction, rubbing, and other chronic irritation. Corns and calluses commonly develop on the feet from wearing shoes which fit poorly.