Custom orthotics not only help you stay active and healthy, they also save you money in the long run! Read our blog to find out how.
Are you experiencing foot pain while at work? Don’t let your job get you down and out! After all, we work in order to pay our bills and keep a roof over our heads. So, how can you prevent the possibility of your job literally keeping you from working and earning a living?
Diabetes causes wide-ranging problems throughout the human body. With an increased risk of kidney failure, blindness, heart attacks, and strokes, foot care might seem rather inconsequential. However, ignoring your feet is a serious mistake—and especially during a time of year as frantic as the holiday season!
A shift away from a standard foot structure in one direction or another can lead to chronic pain and other conditions. Dr. Kevin Sunshein and the staff of Sunshein Podiatry Associates provide information on the causes of and treatments for abnormal foot structures.
When your child needs to keep off their feet, it’s important that you find ways to keep them busy. Dr. Kevin Sunshein takes the time to discuss this, and then offers five activities for kids to do when resting.
The team at Sunshein Podiatry Associates has compiled a list of some ways to help the time go by faster when you’re recovering from foot or ankle surgery. On top of that, they also highlight some of the measures that you should take before your procedure, and what you can expect for afterwards.
Dr. Kevin Sunshein and the team at Sunshein Podiatry Associates want you to have a great time at the Americana Festival. Foot pain and difficulty, however, can keep this from happening and turn the celebration into a rather sour experience. Fortunately, there are some measures you can take to keep your feet feeling (and functioning) their best during the event.
Learn about the best practices for daily foot inspection from Sunshein Podiatry so you can apply them and keep your feet healthy and safe.
Diabetes creates many problems throughout the human body, including an increased risk of serious threats to foot health that could require amputation.