Healthy Eating for Your Feet

When people talk about healthy eating, they may talk about it in the context of maintaining a healthier weight or improving heart health, but it can also play an important role in having good foot health. The feet are subjected to incredible amounts of pressure as they support us through the day, so it is important to ensure they are getting the proper nutrition to stay strong and prevent injuries.

Many foot conditions are affected by nutrition, such as:

Tips for maintaining good foot health:

Eating a healthy diet may not guarantee avoiding foot and ankle problems, but it may help a condition from worsening or recurring. If you experience any discomfort or pain in your feet, however, it is important to see an experienced board-certified foot care specialist to accurately diagnose and treat your problem. At Houston Foot & Ankle Care, Dr. Gabriel Maislos and his staff use advanced technology to ensure the most effective treatments for each individual patient. From heel pain, nerve pain, nail fungus, bunions, hammertoes, to diabetic foot problems, Dr. Maislos has the expertise to treat any podiatric condition. Please call our Houston office at (713) 541-3199 to schedule an appointment!

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