Adler Footcare Blog

Forget Foot Pain: How to Get Back on Your Feet and Get Moving

Posted by Dr. Jeffrey L. Adler

Sep 9, 2016 2:04:01 PM

Is foot pain keeping you from exercising, being active, or even simply taking a walk? There are some instances that warrant legitimate excuses – you stubbed your toe, your plantar fasciitis flared up again, your shoes don’t fit right. These are easily fixed – let your toe heal, rest your feet, go shopping for a new pair of comfortable kicks – and you're back on your feet in a few days. So, they don’t work as excuses for long. Assuming you aren’t just lazy, when foot pain is continually keeping you from actually getting up and getting on your feet it’s time to get moving to your nearest podiatrist.

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Topics: foot pain, HyProCure

Do This When Switching Gym Shoes Isn’t Enough to Help Your Foot Pain

Posted by Dr. Jeffrey L. Adler

Aug 5, 2016 6:47:08 PM

Shoes are an important part of your comfort and success when it comes to exercising. When you find the perfect pair it can be difficult to retire them because the miles and work you’ve put into molding them to fit your feet just right. However, if you’re starting to experience foot pain that you haven’t noticed before, it’s a surefire sign that it may be time to ditch your kicks. Learn what other signs to look for so you can avoid foot problems and keep up your exercise routine.

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Topics: foot pain, HyProCure, Running

Why Your Big Toe is Causing You More Than Just Foot Problems

Posted by Dr. Jeffrey L. Adler

Jul 27, 2016 1:19:26 PM

Have you heard of turf toe? Although common among those who play football, baseball, soccer, and basketball; as well as dancers, gymnastics and wrestlers, you don’t have to be an athlete to experience this foot problem. Turf toe occurs when there is a sprain of the ligaments around the big toe joint. When you’re walking or running, your body weight comes forward onto your foot, starting at the heel, then moving to the ball of the foot, and finally you propel yourself forward by pushing off of your big toe as your weight shifts to the other foot. Learn how turf toe can affect pain in other areas of your body in the excerpt below, and a treatment option that can help.

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Topics: foot problems, HyProCure, Body Pain

Are Only Modern Day Cultures Looking for Back Pain Relief?

Posted by Dr. Jeffrey L. Adler

Jul 7, 2016 9:00:00 AM

Could it be that only people who practice modern living are looking for back pain relief? One woman noticed a difference among indigenous cultures that worked just as hard or harder than your modern day American, yet didn’t experience the same kind of back and neck pain. Learn why she thinks that is and how your back pain can actually be linked to your feet.

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Topics: HyProCure, Back Pain

How Do You Find Heel Pain Relief? Realign Your Feet

Posted by Dr. Jeffrey L. Adler

Jul 6, 2016 12:35:21 PM

Did you know that the stress placed on your foot when walking may be approximately 1.25 times your body weight --and even more when running? When you think about this impact on your foot, you may not immediately think about your heel, but it absorbs this impact when it hits the ground and then springs you forward into your next stride. As a result, it’s vulnerable to damage and foot pain. If you’re looking for heel pain relief, there is a procedure that can help you.

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Topics: foot problems, foot pain, HyProCure

Discover the Treatment for Hammertoes That Can Help Your Curly Toes

Posted by Dr. Jeffrey L. Adler

Jun 29, 2016 6:10:16 PM

Do your toes looked bent and even slightly deformed? Do they curl enough that you’re embarrassed to show them in public? Are they causing you to have foot pain? If you answered yes to any of those questions, you most likely have hammertoes. They are not fun to live with, but the good news is there is a treatment for hammertoes that gives you a way to live without them.

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Topics: foot problems, foot surgery, HyProCure

Fixing THIS Foot Problem Can Ease Pain Throughout Your Body

Posted by Dr. Jeffrey L. Adler

Jun 24, 2016 5:12:10 PM

Your body is an intricate system that relies on each of its parts doing their job to keep you active and, well, alive. Your feet are one of the most hard-working and often overlooked body parts. They literally provide you with a solid foundation. However, when you have foot problems causing you pain and experience pain in other areas of your body, you may not realize that the root cause does have to do with your feet, and that cause is foot misalignment.

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Topics: foot problems, HyProCure, Body Pain

Living with Flat Feet? Uncover the Real Cause of Your Foot Pain

Posted by Dr. Jeffrey L. Adler

Jun 22, 2016 9:00:00 AM

Have you had foot pain for as long as you can remember? Have you ever been told you have flat feet? Also known as fallen arches, flat feet can usually be self-diagnosed, but rarely are there easily identifiable symptoms associated with the issue. While there is no “cure” for flat feet, there are treatment options that can help.

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Topics: foot pain, HyProCure, Flat Feet

How to Fix a Bunion Caused by Misaligned Feet

Posted by Dr. Jeffrey L. Adler

Jun 17, 2016 9:00:00 AM

There it is. That bony bump on your big toe. As you put on your gym shoes you think to yourself, does it look bigger than it did yesterday? You get to your favorite cardio pump class thinking it’s going to be just another day at the gym – but you’re wrong. Oh so wrong. You’re usually the rock star in this class. When everyone else is lifting 10 pound dumb bells and doing step-ups with one riser, you’re lifting twenties doing step-ups with 3 risers. But not today. Your big toe hurts so bad that it’s all you can focus on. It’s that dang bunion again. You wonder who you could ask about how to fix a bunion. So naturally, you get home and ask Google.

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Topics: Bunion, foot pain, HyProCure

5 Foot Problems Caused by Misaligned Feet

Posted by Dr. Jeffrey L. Adler

Jun 1, 2016 9:00:00 AM

You may have foot problems ranging from mild deformities that cause you embarrassment to issues giving you chronic pain. In the past, you may have tried many different conservative ways to treat these problems to no avail. You could be treating the wrong issue.

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Topics: foot problems, foot pain, HyProCure