Vegetable gardens are gone, fungus gardens are just starting – Don’t be the next victim.

As the change of season dictates our feet being enclosed in shoes more often than not, take these simple steps to avoid, ulcers and pain. Allow your shoes/boots to dry at least 24 hours before their next use.  Enclosed footwear creates a dark, warm, moist environment, which is exactly what fungus likes to grow in.  […]

Wish You Could Wear Sandals All Year Long?

Visit ArchMasters today! Many people do. They enjoy the feeling of freedom. They also know that the ideally fit, functional enclosed shoe that can also prevent problems and painis difficult to find.  Those inhibited by this seasonal transition typically are people who suffer with things such as swelling or edema, neuropathy, protruding bunions or hammertoes, and other […]

Post Season Home Grown Tomatoes, with Extra Protein.

The growing season is winding down.   Still plenty of tomatoes on the vine but take action to help them ripen without freezing.  Remove them and lay them out in a cool place and cover them with newspapers creating a dark atmosphere.   Some suggest placing them in a brown bag. However, when you simply cover them with newspaper […]

Four Essentials to Diabetic Foot Ulcer Healing

© Marcusarm | Stock Free Images & Dreamstime Stock Photos Wound care treatment options have significantly advanced over the last several years resulting in faster healing as well as healing of wounds that typically would not heal.  However, in basic terms there still is not a magic wand that heals all wounds.  Any pressure wound, […]