Podiatrist Blog

  • Don’t Ignore Foot Pain in Children
    Some children experience pains as part of the growing process, and others feel pain due to overexertion. Persistent pain in children’s feet, however, is not a good sign and should Read more
    With a month into the New Year, we at Stuto Foot Specialist Podiatry are encouraging everyone to continue with their healthy eating lifestyle goals and resolutions. A healthy and nutritious Read more
  • Are You Wearing the Correct Shoe Size?
    Feet differ from person to person; they come in all shapes and sizes. All too often, people select shoes based on looks rather than function and fit. One must buy Read more
  • 3 Habits that Make Bunion Pain Worse
    A bunion, or hallux valgus, is a progressive foot disorder in which the big toe points inwards towards the other toes, forcing one of the metatarsal bones to protrude outwards. Read more
  • Use This Podiatrist-Approved Trick to Tell If Your Shoes Need a Replacement
    Goodbyes are tough, even if it means bidding farewell to your favorite pair of shoes. Yes, the shoes you wear have a limited lifespan which is usually measured in miles. Read more
  • Is Foot Pain a Sign of Thyroid Disorder?
    Every foot tells a story – it can reveal the secrets behind your most common foot concerns. And because January is Thyroid Awareness Month, today Dr. Joseph C. Stuto, Dr. Read more
  • Diabetic Foot Care Tips for Winter Months
    The winter season calls for special care of our body and feet, especially if you have a chronic condition like diabetes. The winter elements combined with numbness and decreased circulation Read more
  • Know When to Call Your Foot Doctor
    You can save your feet from many aches, pains, stress, tension, and other issues, if you know the signs or symptoms of common foot problems. With so many errands to Read more
  • 3 Winter Foot Care Tips
    Winter can take a toll on our bodies, especially our feet and ankles. Freezing temperatures, icy conditions, and harsh elements can cause unique challenges for our feet. Today, Joseph C. Read more
  • Pamper Senior Feet with These Gifts
    The holiday season is here, and if you’re wondering what gift should be given to someone, especially the elderly in your life, why not consider foot pampering! Today Joseph C. Read more
  • Keep Your Feet Healthy this Holiday Season
    The threat of COVID-19 may have changed global ecosystems but what it hasn’t changed is our holiday spirit. With so much happening in the world today, it can be particularly Read more
  • Winter Safety Tips for Seniors
    Winters can be challenging for our feet, especially for seniors who don’t always have the best mobility and balance to get around. The frigid temperatures, dry winter air, and walking Read more
  • Have Flat Feet? We Can Help
    Trying to find shoes to fit flat feet can prove challenging. The insides can rub against the bottom of your foot, and you may experience pain in the heel with Read more
  • 2 Tips to Avoid Painful Ingrown Toenails
    Foot problems can disrupt our routine, health, and lifestyle. Among the many types of foot-related issues seen by a podiatrist, the most commonly encountered are ingrown toenails. This painful toenail Read more
  • November is American Diabetes Month
    The increasing prevalence of diabetes in our communities has reached alarming levels. There are 34 million people of all age groups that have diabetes – that’s 10 percent of the Read more
  • 5 Reasons You Have Swollen Feet and Ankles
    Swollen feet can happen for a variety of reasons. It may result from the stress and pressure of being on your feet all day long or playing sports. All of Read more

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