Don’t Let Gout Ruin the Holidays!
Learn how to transition your exercising from outdoors to indoors this winter.
Looking to go hiking this fall? This newsletter will give you tips to do it safely!
Does COVID-19 really cause toe discoloration? Read this month’s newsletter to find out!
Dealing with peripheral neuropathy? This month’s newsletter has you covered.
Your feet don’t respond well to stress either, our newsletter has tips to give them a break.
Helpful tips for preventing and treating sports injuries
No time to hit “pause” on foot care! Get some helpful tips in our latest newsletter.
Do you need to worry about spreading plantar warts? Our April newsletter will tell you!
It takes more than luck to have healthy feet, find out more in our monthly newsletter!
Show your feet some appreciation this February and you can do so right from your home!
Begin the new year on the right foot by checking out our monthly newsletter!
Step into the new year with healthy, happy feet and get the tips you need to do that in our December newsletter!
Check our our November newsletter to keep your feet healthy for all the upcoming festivities!
October is by far the spookiest month of the year, but with our monthly newsletter, you can say goodbye to scary foot and ankle problems.
We have some great information to keep your feet healthy as temperatures cool down.
Are Your Feet Protected Against Sprains and Fungus This Summer?
Read our July newsletter for essential footcare tips this summer.
Learn why simple ankle exercises can preserve your long-term health—and much more—in our latest edition.
Check it out for helpful tips on cold feet, colds, the effects of your foot structure on the rest of your body, and more!
Jump into spring with healthy feet! It’s all in our April Newsletter!
This month, we tackle sock selection, diet recommendations, Achilles stretches and more!
Check out our February newsletter for the latest reports in our practice—along with important foot care information.
The best way to get a new exercise program off on the right foot is with expert information and advice—like the kind you find in the Premier Podiatry & Orthopedics monthly newsletter.