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Healthy Eating in Salt Lake City

Hours: M-F, 9am-5pm In addition to exercising more often, eating healthier is one of the most common health-related New Year’s resolutions people make. Combined, these two commitments can make a world of difference in your physical health – no matter the time of year!...

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How to Perform Daily Foot Inspections

facebookIn our previous post, we discussed why diabetic foot care matters. As a quick recap, diabetes causes a host of problems in the body – including reduced blood flow, impaired immune function, and neuropathy (nerve damage). Those problems lead to increased risk...

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Why Diabetic Foot Care Matters

facebookDo you have feet? If so, foot care should be important to you! The truth of the matter, however, is that too many people neglect those valuable appendages. Over time, this can become a problem for otherwise healthy individuals (including those who stay...

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First Aid for Ankle Sprains

Hours: M-F, 9am-5pm At Anderson Foot and Ankle, we provide comprehensive care for foot and ankle injuries and medical conditions. If you need professional treatment, we’re here for you. Of course, there are times when you need to be ready to handle an issue on your...

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Common Foot & Ankle Sports Injuries

Hours: M-F, 9am-5pm Want to do something good for your body? Be active! This can entail running, swimming, playing sports, swimming, and a whole slew of other activities. Being active is grouped with eating well and getting plenty of sleep as being the three...

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Signs and Symptoms of Midfoot Injuries

Hours: M-F, 9am-5pm If you’ve ever heard anyone make reference to birth order and personality typing, or perhaps you are familiar with this theory, you can thank Dr. Alfred Adler. (Well, you can’t actually thank him – he passed away in 1937.) Dr. Adler was an Austrian...

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How Flat Feet Affect Pronation

Hours: M-F, 9am-5pm Given that you likely use thousands of steps every single day to get around, it’s easy to take for granted the motion your feet go through when you walk, jog, or run. The basic path of movement your foot follows is called pronation, and this...

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