All posts in "Foot Care of Infants and Children"

What An Ionic Foot Bath Did For My Family

Although ionic foot baths have been available for several years, especially in the UK and Europe, it is still relatively unknown in the USA. Our experience with it first originated when my 6 year old granddaughter was diagnosed with lymphoma. To hear the news that a loved one has cancer, especially when it is a […]


Podiatrists Keep America Walking

A new survey shows many health conscious parents aren't taking their child's foot health seriously. Only 25 percent reported taking their children to see a podiatrist for their foot problems. The survey, taken from a group of 620 parents with children under the age of 18, found that 35 percent of those surveyed would not […]


What Is Brachymetatarsia?

Brachymetatarsia is a foot condition where one of the long bones of the toe is shorter than the rest, and the toe overlaps another toe.  It can happen with more than one toe (called brachymetapody), and usually appears between the ages of four and thirteen.  It usually happens on both feet, and usually is the […]

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