Exercises Provide Home Remedies for Foot Neuropathy

Rear view of senior man barefoot walking on sea shore holding shoes and hat in hands

Foot neuropathy is a common problem for seniors, and knowing how to manage this condition can be challenging. While various factors can cause this problem and can significantly impact your daily activities and quality of life, there are exercises you can use to help improve the health of your feet. Let’s explore some causes of […]

What Causes Swelling in the Feet & Ankles (And How to Fix It)

Image of elderly man rubbing foot from plantar fasciitis

Have you ever tried putting on your shoes and felt they were tighter than usual or didn’t fit anymore? Or have you noticed a strong indentation in your skin left behind from your socks when taking them off at the end of the day? Swollen legs, ankles, and feet can be anxiety-provoking when you don’t […]

Plantar Fasciitis Printable Exercises [PDF]

Plantar fasciitis is a common and painful condition that affects the plantar fascia, a thick band of tissue that connects your heel to your toes and supports your foot arch. It can cause inflammation and degeneration of the plantar fascia, leading to heel pain that may interfere with your daily activities and quality of life. […]

The 5 Best Foot Exercises For Seniors

Foot Exercises for Seniors: Grandparents training stretching doing yoga exercises at home on lockdown together keeping balance.

As you age, taking good care of your feet is essential. Taking preventive steps and incorporating simple exercises into your daily routine will provide lasting benefits and help maintain mobility as you grow older. This article will introduce you to our favorite foot exercises for seniors to keep you moving and pain-free. From strengthening muscles […]

Achilles Tendonitis Printable Exercises [PDF]

Achilles tendonitis is a common condition that causes pain along the back of the leg, near the heel. It occurs when the Achilles tendon, the band of tissue that connects calf muscles at the back of the lower leg to your heel bone, is overloaded or overstressed, leading to inflammation, pain, and potential tissue damage. […]

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