Easy Home Care For Your Feet

Healthy ways to care for your feet while staying at home avoiding the Covid-19 virus. 1. Stretch and Exercise – Warm-up exercises are a must to stretch muscles that have been inactive. You can find easy to do home stretches here...

Atheltic Shoe Insight

It must have taken a lot of uncomfortable feet to realize that shoes are important in preventing sports injuries & enhancing athletic performance.  In 776 B.C. the Greek athletes competed barefoot in the first Olympic games and it wasn’t until centuries later...

New Achilles Tendonitis Treatment

Dr. Goldstein is proud to announce an additional treatment for Achilles tendon pain (pain in the back of the heel) and plantar fasciitis (pain on the bottom of the heel). The treatment is simple, painless, and conveniently done in the office. The treatment is called,...

Time Wounds All Heels

Pain on the bottom of the heel is one of the most common complaints that bring people to the podiatrist. The pain may be temporary, resulting from an injury or other stresses on the feet. Or it may turn out to be due to a systemic disorder such as arthritis or a...

Diabetic Foot Risks

Diabetics are more vulnerable to serious foot problems. These issues arise because diabetes can impair circulation and decrease nerve sensation which can in turn cause damage to the skin, bone and joints. Poor circulation is commonly seen because of the distance of...

Nonviolent Fractures

Not all fractures (broken bones) are the result of a traumatic accident. Many are caused by the excessive forces on the bone itself due to the architecture of the foot or a person’s walking pattern.  These fractures are called stress fractures and occur most...

Winter Tips to Keep Your Feet and Ankles Safe

In the spring and summer we’re generally more active since it’s “pretty feet and no shoes” weather. As the temperatures drops though, we hide our feet inside thick socks and boots. Did you know that not caring for your feet and ankles during the colder months can...

Keep on Walking Overland Park!

Last month we focused our blog on the benefits of walking for at least 30 minutes a day. The offices were all a buzz about our blog and so Foot Pain Center of Kansas City wants you to KEEP ON WALKING! No, we don’t want you to go away. We want you to be healthy, happy...

Walk Yourself into a Happy Healthy Life

Foot Pain Center of Kansas City wants you to TAKE A HIKE. No, we don’t want you to go away. We want our patients to be healthy, happy and pain-free. Taking a lightly brisk walk every day can actually improve your mental, emotional and physical health. The top 10...
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