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Consumer Foot Care Survey: Women's Habits and Attitudes

Our survey reveals consumers’ attitudes, habits, and needs when it comes to caring for their feet.

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Feet Smarts: When to Refer Your Client to a Podiatrist

As a nail tech, you’ve probably seen your share of calluses, ingrown nails, fungi, and other yucky foot ailments. But how do you know when to declare “hands off” and refer your client to a podiatrist?

Something to Talk About: Bunions

Those painful, persistent pests! While you can’t remove the problem, you can offer some tips to help your clients find the best solution to relieve their aching feet.

How to Party All Night on Bad Feet

Although definitive treatment of bunions and hammertoes most often requires surgery, there are several self-treatment steps your clients can take to lessen their pain and enjoy an evening out.

What Are Neuromas?

When the weight of the body lands on a swollen nerve, it can be debilitating. Learn the symptoms and alert clients to this common problem that develops in the nerves of the foot.

What Are Bunions?

Often thought to be caused by poor footwear, bunions are most often the result of inherited foot structure. With good care and careful precautions, bunions can not only be treated, they can also be prevented from developing in the first place.

The Bare Bones on Bunions

Bunions are one of the most common foot ailments, with women suffering from them at a higher rate than men. Although they don’t disappear once they form, there are ways to alleviate the pain and swelling, including surgery in some cases.

The Aging Foot

Our feet — along with our activities— change as we mature. From hereditary problems to injuries, our feet often take a pounding the older we get. Help your clients take care of their feet throughout their lifetime to ensure good foot health into old age.

Toe Woes

Stay a step ahead of clients’ needs by learning to recognize the most common woes that may cause pain and disfigurement to client’s toes.

Toe Woes - what goes wrong with feet

Stay a step ahead of clients' needs by learning to recognize the most common woes that may cause pain and disfigurement to clients' toes.