Aging & Your Feet

As we age our bodies go through natural changes, many of which affect our feet and ankles. While these changes are normal they can put our bodies at increased risk of injury, especially when it comes to the feet and ankles. Let’s take a look at the most common problems that can affect our feet and ankles as we age.

 

Aging is a natural process, but having a knowledgeable and caring podiatrist on your side can make again gracefully and healthily like second nature.

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