By Dr. Evan A. Vieira
December 15, 2016
Category: Foot Care
Tags: Foot Care   Feet   care   winter  

We have enjoyed a mild winter so far, but the cold is coming, and soon!  Keeping your feet warm and comfortable is super important.  Always wear a wide accommodative snow boot, especially if shoveling.  Avoid tapered toe boxes and heels as icy sidewalks can be a hazard.  

Patients always ask about socks.  We tend to recommend something with a wool and nylon blend for warmth and comfort.  If your feet are sweaty, there are many treatments to help with this, no need to suffer.  
 
Make sure your orthotics are tuned up and ready for a long winter. We are always happy to take a quick look and if you need new ones holiday time is a great time to treat yourself.  We can customize devices for your ski boots, ice skates or whatever you need.  
 
Happy holidays! Stay warm, and don't neglect your feet!

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