Podiatrist Blog

  • Do’s and Don’ts of Keeping Feet Safe on Halloween
    Halloween is all about having fun — trick or treating, partying with friends and loved ones, dressing up like skeletons and ghosts, watching a horror film, or visiting fright festivals Read more
  • Treating Ankle Sprains
    Ankle sprains are a common complaint treated by a podiatrist. It occurs when you roll or twist your ankle inward or outward. When you sprain your ankle, you tend to Read more
  • 3 Signs it’s Time to See a Podiatrist
    A lot of us don’t think about the health of our feet until they start to hurt or cause us problems. Our feet do so much for us, yet we Read more
  • 3 Early Stage Treatments for Bunions
    A bunion, or hallux valgus, is a foot deformity in which the big toe leans towards the other toes, forcing the joint at the base of your big toe to Read more
  • Bad Habits That May Undermine Your Foot Health
    Do your feet enjoy optimal foot health? After all, your feet are an integral and foundational part of your overall health and wellness. Feet are vulnerable to illness and injury, Read more
  • Autumn Foot Care Tips
    As autumn approaches, it's time for people to exchange their open-toed shoes and flip flops for closed-toe shoes (like boots). Foot care plays a pivotal role in keeping your feet Read more
  • 3 Tips to Prevent Foot and Ankle Injuries During Exercise
    Exercise and sport are an essential part of a healthy lifestyle, but carry some risks of injury. Injuries may be part and parcel of any physical activity, but they can Read more
  • Childhood Obesity: What You Should Know
    At Stuto Foot Specialist Podiatry, LLC, we see an increasing prevalence of childhood obesity throughout the country. Obesity now affects 1 in 5 children and adolescents, and this number continues Read more
  • 3 Ways to Prevent Falls
    September is National Falls Prevention Month, and at Stuto Foot Specialist Podiatry, we want to encourage everyone from children to seniors to take necessary steps to avoid the risk of Read more
  • Watch Out for Ingrown Toenails
    An ingrown toenail happens when the edge of the nail grows into the toe’s soft skin instead of over it. It commonly affects the big toe. The condition can cause Read more
  • Five Easy Tips to Stay Safe at the Beach During a Pandemic
    A typical summer day would generally generate crowds of people on the beach, but not this summer. The novel coronavirus is still out there, and that means we should all Read more
  • Back To School Season with the Right Shoes
    Back to school season is here — students are eager to start their upcoming school year. But like most things in the year 2020, the school year in the new Read more
  • Quarantine and Your Feet
    Even though it has been months since the Coronavirus outbreak and the quarantine at home began, much of the world is still staying at home, and taking measures to maintain Read more
  • 3 Ways to Avoid Injury While Staying Home
    It's a tough time for everyone right now - the coronavirus pandemic has changed lives, industries, business models, consumer preferences, world trade, health, safety, and so much more. At Stuto Foot Read more
  • 5 Summer Foot Health Hazards to Avoid
    Summer can be hard not just on the body but also on your feet. Feet are vulnerable to catch infections due to heat and humidity. Today Dr. Joseph Stuto of Stuto Read more
  • Treating Calluses and Corns
    Some people who have calluses and corns are not bothered by these foot skin conditions. On the other hand, if a callus or corn becomes very inflamed and painful, seek Read more

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