Loving Your Feet for National I Love My Feet Day

 I Love My Feet Day

In August we celebrate National I Love My Feet Day. It’s a time to take a moment and appreciate how valuable our feet are. After all, without our feet, we couldn’t walk, run, skip, dance, play sports, hike, or do any number of activities we tend to take for granted. Here are some tips to show some love for your feet on this special day.

LOVING YOUR FEET

Our feet do a lot for us and we hardly ever think about them until something goes wrong. This is why it’s important to take good care of our feet to prevent problems from occurring in the first place. We put a lot of wear and tear on our feet, so here are some tips to show some tender love and care for our beloved friends:

Of course, if you are suffering any issues with your feet, it’s best to contact an experienced foot specialist.

Dr. Scott Nelson of Foot and Ankle Medical Clinic in Garland, TX (county of Dallas), is a board-certified and highly experienced podiatrist who has helped people suffering from all types of foot and ankle injuries and deformities. From bunions to diabetic foot problems, sports injuries, and fungal nails, you can trust that Dr. Nelson and his staff are wholeheartedly devoted to your foot health. Please contact our office with any questions you may have or to schedule an appointment by calling 972-414-9800.

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