Tea tree oil is great for treating foot fungus.
Potato skins can relieve heel pain.
Listerine foot soaks can get rid of ingrown toenails.
When it comes to treating and preventing foot problems at home, there are many myths out there. And with all the advancements in technology, you may think that you are only a click away from solving foot problems at home for yourself.
But the truth is having unlimited access to information – including information concerning foot health – can be a blessing and a curse. On the one hand, we have become more proactive in addressing potential health problems, but on the other hand, we can easily fall prey to the misconceptions and flat-out wrong advice provided through social media channels and the like.
Now, some of these tips may not cause any harm (other than the disappointment of it not working). But, in other cases, these sworn-by at-home treatment options can actually make the problem worse. So how are you to know which at-home treatments are safe to try and which ones you should avoid altogether?
Easy! Just download our e-book, “A Guide on How At-Home Foot Remedies are Not Effective.”
What’s even better – this downloadable version is absolutely FREE of cost!
So don’t be fooled by all the foot health myths flooding the internet – get your information from professionals whose expertise is specifically focused on foot conditions and treatments: the podiatric team at McDowell Orthopedics & Podiatry Group.
And if you have any questions or – knock on wood – ever stumble into problems, don’t hesitate to give us a call at (916) 961-3434 to schedule an appointment, or simply connect with us by filling out our request form online.