Clean Feet = Healthy Feet

Clean Feet = Healthy Feet

Maintaining clean and healthy feet isn’t just about looks; it’s important for your overall health, too! At New Jersey Podiatric Physicians & Surgeons Group, our team of podiatrists is devoted to helping patients stay active and cater to their busy lifestyles with our friendly expertise. So, how can you keep those feet looking fabulous and feeling fine? Check out these tips and tricks straight from the experts themselves that will help you get glowing foot skin and keep your feet healthy and fit.

Daily Care

  • Use mild soap and warm water to wash your feet every day.
  • Make sure to clean between your toes and dry your feet completely afterward to avoid problems caused by wet feet.

Use A Scrub Regularly

  • Use a pumice stone or a light foot scrub to get rid of dead skin.
  • Pay attention to places that get calluses easily, like your toes and the sides of your feet.

Moisturize Skin

  • Use a moisturizing or nourishing foot cream to keep the skin on your feet soft.
  • Do not put lotion or cream between your toes.

Pick Out the Right Shoes

Do Regular Exercises to Keep Your Feet Fit

  • Toe-tapping and ankle circles are two movements that can help strengthen the muscles in your feet.
  • To become more flexible, stretch your legs and do foot bends.

Foot Soaks to Calm Down

Eat Well and Stay Healthy

Watch How You Stand

See A Podiatrist Regularly for Checkups

Incorporating these tips and tricks into your daily life can turn taking care of your feet from a job into a relaxing practice. By putting your feet’s health and cleanliness first, you improve your general health and make sure that every step you take is a step toward comfort and energy.

At the New Jersey Podiatric Physicians & Surgeons Group, there are almost 30 foot and ankle surgeons, podiatrists, and doctors. With more than 30 locations, from Newark, NJ, to Cape May, NJ, we value convenience and excellent service for our patients. We offer compassionate, cutting-edge care across our network, and we specialize in treating the following conditions: Ankle and sports injuries, heel pain and plantar fasciitis, bunions, hammertoes, corns and calluses, ingrown toenails, diabetic foot care complications, children’s foot problems, skin conditions of the feet, and fungal nails. Our group is among the best foot and ankle providers in the country. To schedule an appointment, first find a podiatrist in your area.