"Between The Toes" - Advanced Nursing Foot Care
Tips for Healthy Feet 
Are your feet happy?
 
 
Studies show that 75 per cent of the population will experience foot problems at some point in their lives. Women have about four times as many foot ailments as men. Only a small percentage of foot problems are genetic. Foot problems often develop because of neglect and poor understanding of proper foot care. Isn’t time your feet had a check-up?
 
 
More than 70% of all people in North America will have painful foot problems at some time during their lifetime. Foot pain is not normal.
 
 
Warts are often mistaken for corns and calluses. Plantar warts tend to be hard and flat, grey or brown (colour may vary) with a rough horny surface and well defined boundaries; warts are generally raised and fleshier when they appear on the top of the foot or on the toes. The surface of the wart usually shows one or more pinpoint black dots which are generally not present in corns and callus.
 
 
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