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News and Updates / September 2022

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  • Healthy Aging Month
  • Word Search / Sudoku
  • Monthly Inspiration
  • Reviews
  • Foot Funnies
  • Trivia
  • Recipes
  • What's in Season

Healthy Aging

As we age, certain illnesses and injuries tend to be more common among those at a particular age.  Remember, pain is a warning sign that indicates a problem needs attention. 

Below are some facts about your feet that you may find interesting:

  • Arthritis is a painful, degenerative joint disease. Each of your feet and ankles contains 26 bones arranged in 33 joints and a series of delicate arches. This structure allows us to stand, walk, and run uprights, but it also makes the feet and ankles particularly vulnerable to osteoarthritis and related illnesses such as gout.
  • Foot deformities such as bunions and hammertoes are more common among older men and women. It’s important to be aware of your foot shape and report any changes to your podiatrist without delay. Non-invasive treatment options such as physical therapy and custom orthotics are often available.
  • Occurrences of illnesses including hypertension, cardiovascular disease, and diabetes increase with age. These ailments cause dangerous symptoms throughout the body and in the feet in particular. The best way to maintain good foot health is to complement the care you receive from your physician with the specialized care your expert podiatrist can provide.
  • Plantar fasciitis involves a localized swelling, irritation, and/or bursitis of the thickened fibrous bands supporting the bottom of one's foot. These tendon like bands run length wise from underneath the heel and fan out into the metatarsal heads or fat pad area of the foot. In most cases, painful symptoms arise at or near the point at which the bands are attached to the heel. When a person stands, these fibrous bands stretch and elongate under the pressure and pull on the heel. Eventually, a heel spur or calcium deposit may actually form in response to this constant pulling. Many of the patients who have this condition seem to have a similar presentation. 
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Word Search \ Sudoku

While some brain games claim to enhance memory, science has yet to offer definitive proof that they actually work. Despite the lack of scientific evidence, a survey conducted by AARP found that nearly two out of three people 50 and older believe that playing online brain games can help maintain or improve brain health. If for no other reason but fun, enjoy!

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  1. Before Idaho became a state, which state was almost named Idaho?
  2. Where in the body would you find the malleus, incus, and stapes?
  3. In golf, what is the traditional name for a number 3 wood?


1) Colorado

2) Ear

3) Spoon

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