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If you have any questions about something we offer or need help ordering the right product for you, please call us at 1-866-324-3338 and we’ll be happy to help. Some common active ingredients in athlete’s foot creams, ointments, powders and lotions include miconazole, clotrimazole, terbinafine and tolnaftate. Keeping your. is an online store that offers the best orthopedic shoes and podiatrist recommended foot care products on the market that are not only designed to improve foot comfort, but also foot health. We offer an impressive selection of orthopedic shoes, orthopedic sandals, diabetic shoes, diabetic sandals, and.

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List of related literature:

Wash feet daily with lukewarm water and a mild soap; pat feet dry with a soft cloth; apply lotion after washing.

“Practice Guidelines for Acute Care Nurse Practitioners E-Book” by Thomas W. Barkley, Charlene M. Myers
from Practice Guidelines for Acute Care Nurse Practitioners E-Book
by Thomas W. Barkley, Charlene M. Myers
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2007

Wear well-fitting shoes and clean dry socks, never go barefoot Keep skin soft and smooth with emollient lotion Trim toenails straight across and file edges smooth Elevate feet and wiggle toes Protect feet from hot and cold Thorough toothbrushing at least twice a day prevents tooth decay.

“Study Guide for Fundamentals of Nursing E-Book” by Patricia A. Potter, Anne Griffin Perry, Patricia Stockert, Amy Hall, Geralyn Ochs
from Study Guide for Fundamentals of Nursing E-Book
by Patricia A. Potter, Anne Griffin Perry, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2016

Other general foot care measures include inspecting the feet daily, cleaning them with mild soap, rinsing and drying them well, and using lanolin-based lotions (except between the toes).

“Saunders Q & A Review for the NCLEX-PN® Examination E-Book” by Linda Anne Silvestri, Angela Elizabeth Silvestri
from Saunders Q & A Review for the NCLEX-PN® Examination E-Book
by Linda Anne Silvestri, Angela Elizabeth Silvestri
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2019

Basic hygiene includes: washing the feet daily with mild soap and warm water, drying between the toes, and avoiding foot soaks.

“Low Vision Rehabilitation: A Practical Guide for Occupational Therapists” by Mitchell Scheiman, Maxine Scheiman, Steven Whittaker
from Low Vision Rehabilitation: A Practical Guide for Occupational Therapists
by Mitchell Scheiman, Maxine Scheiman, Steven Whittaker
SLACK Incorporated, 2007

Foot care • Bathe feet daily using lukewarm (not hot) water and soap/soap substitute.

“Alexander's Nursing Practice E-Book: Hospital and Home The Adult” by Chris Brooker, Maggie Nicol, Margaret F. Alexander
from Alexander’s Nursing Practice E-Book: Hospital and Home The Adult
by Chris Brooker, Maggie Nicol, Margaret F. Alexander
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2011

For athlete’s foot: Pay special attention to spaces between the toes; wear well-fitting, ventilated shoes, and change shoes and socks at least once daily.

“Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) TITLE 21 Food and Drugs (1 April 2017)” by Office of the Federal Register (U.S.)
from Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) TITLE 21 Food and Drugs (1 April 2017)
by Office of the Federal Register (U.S.)
Office of the Federal Register, National Archives and Records Service, 2008

Maintain good foot hygiene by washing feet daily and drying them well.

“Remington: The Science and Practice of Pharmacy” by David B. Troy, Joseph Price Remington, Paul Beringer
from Remington: The Science and Practice of Pharmacy
by David B. Troy, Joseph Price Remington, Paul Beringer
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2006

Thus, performing daily foot care (e.g., inspecting, washing, drying thoroughly, and applying lotion), maintaining trimmed toe nails, and wearing proper footwear are essential to minimize risk of wounds and infections in individuals with diabetes.

“Adult Physical Conditions: Intervention Strategies for Occupational Therapy Assistants” by Amy J Mahle, Amber L Ward
from Adult Physical Conditions: Intervention Strategies for Occupational Therapy Assistants
by Amy J Mahle, Amber L Ward
F.A. Davis Company, 2018

• Wash feet daily with warm water (no hot water) and dry them with a soft towel, especially between the toes.

“Community Medicine: Practical Manual E-Book” by Rajkumar Patil
from Community Medicine: Practical Manual E-Book
by Rajkumar Patil
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2018

Rub essential oils or lotions into your feet after bathing.

“The Practical Psychic Self-Defense Handbook: A Survival Guide” by Robert Bruce
from The Practical Psychic Self-Defense Handbook: A Survival Guide
by Robert Bruce
Hampton Roads Publishing, 2011

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  • I have flat feet got my innersoles custom made free but they don’t work. My ankles are really swollen and painful. My dr has prescribed pain killers and I’ll be having physio later this month.
    I’m constantly on my feet especially at work (but I can’t quit my job -which dr suggested four years ago)
    But I’d like not to be taking pain killers and want any advice you can give me. As I often find I can not walk upstairs as feet sooo painful after each shift at work. Also what kind of shoes would be best as well? Thank you

  • Hi Doc,

    I believe I have one of these and it keeps coming back. Ive been once to get it removed with the same type of tool you used in this video.

    What can I do to stop it from reoccurring?

  • Amazed on how he is operating on this foot full of filthy. Looks like the patient arrived walking barefoot and went straight to surgery.

  • Why the excitement of this before it even starts makes my mouth water ������ I just love to look at this disgusting crap. And to see them feel better after he takes it out and the comfort

  • Why would a generic over the counter orthotic fit my specific foot. It usually will not. Custom orthotics are awesome for men. Much more difficult for women to fit into a stylish shoe. Those people with chronic arch problems will gladly pay $500 for the relief. Makes your shoe feel like it was custom made for your foot. But like most things, you need to go to a good specialist, get what you pay for.

  • Cetaphil is a Brand name, with a lot of different products under its umbrella. Which Cetaphil product in particular is being recommended by the podiatrist, pls?

  • Can you please put a link to where you got the brush you used? I keep looking on amazon but they all have bad reviews about breaking. Maybe I’ll check at work.

  • His feet are the way feet are for anyone having to be fast, they sweat, the sock sticks to the foot then the dye rubs off on the foot.

  • My foot Doc made me one with elastic bandage tape and a pad, it works as good and no extra charge. My 300 hundred dollar ones I got from another doc hurt my foot. and my insurance would not pay for it.

  • I have flat feet and I HATE “arch support” I don’t have an arch so why support something that isn’t there? I feel best in shoes with barefoot type shoes. No more pain with no shoes!

  • Hi Doctor I am a beauty expert and not a doctor and treat my clients this way but I am afraid to delve deeper into the skin. Can I recommend you to take precautions in this treatment?

  • I buy Cadence insoles on Amazon recommended by my pediatrist for my plantar fasciitis. They make all the difference in the world…

  • Why is the area around it yellow, I’ve seen this yellow before in other video and I am genuinely interested as to what is is and what causes it if someone could please respond

  • I really appreciate how practical and how real you all are. I agree with you that if something is going to help my feet I’m going to feel the relief immediately. I’m not going to have to wait and see and adjust to it over time. They are paying games when it comes to flat fee I don’t understand why that is.

  • Dr didn’t say a word..he acted like, no he’s seen�� a pearl come out of a foot everyday. I WUZ like���� WHAT the ( beep )is that.I thought when he said she stepped on a was an ear bud.

  • Hey just wanted to tell you that Jesus Christ loves you so very very much even if you don’t believe it and He died for our sins so that whoever believes shall not perish but have eternal life in Him Christ <3

  • Ok. a few questions:
    1is this routine meant for straight men who just want to take care of their body?
    2how often should I do this routine?
    3is it worth spending all the time doing this however many times a week? or is simply going to get a pedicure a few times a year suffice?
    4 where can I buy the products shown in the video? and are there male products/scents/etc.??
    Thanks for the informative video:)

  • So lemme get this straight
    The closet elves took his kids toy Lincoln logs and sharpened it and while this mans slept they stabbed him with a sharpened Lincoln log?

  • Hi Bob & Brad, just found this video & I was wondering, what is your alls opinion on the Dr Scholl’s custom fit orthotics you can get at a kiosk and are they good for long term or if using them long term will it be worse on the body in regards to body alignment and/or gait from feet up to the back?

    The reason I ask is because my daughter’s pediatric rheumatologist suggested some arch supports for her flat feet & so we tried the Dr. Scholl’s kiosk & it had her do some simple “tests” by standing on both feet, standing on one foot, then the other, leaning forward and weight bearing on one foot then the other. The kiosk recommended an insole based on the movements she performed, which I believe was C220. They were $50 with a $10 off coupon making them $40, plus tax. As soon as she put them in her shoes and put her shoes on, you could see a HUGE difference. Her feet went from looking like she was standing on her arches with her weight completely flattening them to making her stand “normal” with a normal gait. She hasn’t complained of back pain in the last 3 weeks since wearing them, which previous to buying them she complained her back hurt quite frequently. She also says they are comfortable & she doesn’t complain about pain when she is having to walk around for more than an hour. These seem to be working really good for her.

  • Sorry late to this. I love Cetaphil. I use the face wash as well as the lotion for my body. Both are great especially for sensitive skin. Nice to know this helps for feet. I’ll have to try it.

  • This was so pleasing to view. I haven’t focused on my foot care for a couple months and I think it’s time I do that soon. I do want to purchase a foot scrub product (or make my own). I’ve wanted to do my toe nails for quite some time since it’s gotten cold and I’ve purchased a new polish.

  • I had two sets of bulky custom orthotics that did nothing then I got the expensive over the counter arch supports and my plantar fasciitis went away within a very short time. Just as you said, it’s a guess and what works for one doesn’t always work for someone else. Same with shoes, some people love New Balance but they don’t work for me at all. I wear Brooks (running shoes) for walking and they’ve been the best.

  • I’m over here like “�� wait…. What just happened ���� Are we just not going to talk about how the heck that even got there in the first place. I’ve stepped on nails before too. That doesn’t happen from stepping on a nail. I mean something sharp either fell on his foot and a piece broke off when pulling it out or he kicked something and it pierced deep enough that he didn’t know something was in there so while it was healing it pushed the object to the surface. Too many speculations/ possibilities.

  • I have been running since I was a kid, now 70 odd yrs later, no problems with the feet. This, after I was told, I was flat footed. I feel if you go bare foot, a lot of the time, as nature intended, you develop strong feet. This can be for life

  • Im no doctor but im bet milliin quid if he had took scab off cleaned up then squeezed hard that spike and any debris would of shot out and puss and shit then flush it out and dress cant knock a good squeeze from deep down gets all the shit out

  • I’ve had flat feet all my life and it’s never given me any issues. Also, I may be on the autism spectrum, and low muscle tone seems to be common with ASD and flat feet are a common symptom. Children with autism sometimes walk around on their tippy toes, could this be a self correcting way to build muscle strength and higher arches? I read a comment on here from someone who was suggested to do this exercise as an alternative treatment. We are quick to discourage and discredit unusual behaviour in this society, but perhaps we are sometimes too quick to demand conformity in our society. Just some thoughts. Btw, I love the Abraham Hicks quote at the start of the video!

  • My son has custom rigid orthotics for posterior tibial tendon dysfunction. Where it pushes his arch, the area is red. He is wanting to run but the last time he tried, he got a blister. Should the doctor have referred him to physical therapy along with the inserts?

  • I’m.7 feet tall with LOEYS’ DIETZ’ SYNDROME and I’ve the inverted arches. Any kind of idea for me. I’ve spent over $30,000 on arch supports that have never really helped.

  • This JUST might be where you shine Doc, your sweet spot is shaving down callused skin and getting out that core with a blade! More please!

  • When I was 14 I started jogging. I had horrible knee pain and blisters on my arches. A podiatrist diagnosed me as having flat feet and recommended custom arch supports. My father was angry as they were extremely expensive, $600 in the early 80s. I’ve had them for over 30 years and they kept the arch related knee problems away. What Bob and Brad are saying is not right for everyone.

  • I like how Brad bashes a chiro (alters voice) for recommending orthotics and then introduces how he uses orthotics for his patients! What an ass.

  • I get that the hospital ER isn’t as specialized as Mr. Toe and probably doesn’t run across this that often, but how the fuck did they miss that? That shit was like a kebab

  • I’ve used the GoodFeet store arch supports for a very long time. They are about $250 and they replace them for free or $20 or something like that when they flatten. They flatten out in about 4 years for me. I wear them all the time except for when hiking with a backpack or running. They severely reduces any back pain from standing all day.

  • hurts to see his foot stained in blood i hate when my skin is stained from blood like a bloody nose or a fallen tooth or a cut srm

  • So I have a question. Does cushions of shoes affect patella stability? After wearing Nike Air shoes(very comfy shoes), I have a pain in my right knee.

  • I’ve had custom orthotics for almost 15 years-the same pair, still working great. I wear them in my athletic shoes when I walk for exercise (3-6 miles, three times/week). I’d be in agony without them (as I discovered when I forgot them when I went on vacation once). I use off-the-shelf inserts for daily use. My podiatrist is professional and careful, and it seems irresponsible and unprofessional to suggest that it’s all film flam. I also use high stability running shoes, and my town is fortunate to have a great athletic shoe store that takes the time to fit properly and accepts returns readily. They even accommodated someone I know who needs two different size shoes because of childhood polio-only charged her for one pair even though they had to break up the pairs to fit her.

  • When you raid Area 51 and your looking for a charger to record and then a few months later there’s a bump and your like
    Oh that’s where the charger went lol

  • So much miss information in this video its unreal. Telling people custom and off the shelf orthotics are the same is untrue. And you should not have your orthotics made from a chiropractor. It is out of their scope of practice. Ryan the test subject has mild pes planus or flat feet. This video does not address the issue with calcaneal valgus that almost always accompanies true pes planus. And off the shelf orthotics do not treat the calc, control the heel and the rest of the foot follows. You need your custom orthotics made by an orthotist, not a podiatrist or chiropractor. Properly casted and designed custom foot orthotics work. If you your feet are “fixed” by OTS foot orthotics you most likely didn’t need them to begin with. True pes Plano valgus (flat feet) is an issue with low tone through the foot and becomes a bony structural issue. Stepping out of your scope of practice here…..

  • I’ve been using custom orthotics for 30 years, and most don’t work too well. I recently found an insert made by orthofeet that works very well, and gives me more relief than my $400 custom orthotics.

  • It is now 2023
    On the way to pathology it grew into a full size alien a queen within hrs it slaughtered the entire hospital within days it took over the entire city than the eniter country within a yr it spread globally like a pandemic I am the last human alive doc it was a God damn alien.

  • Exactly, a doctor here in Windsor Ontario made me buy 4 different custom arches, I spent a lot of money and I went back to tell him that my son’s feet were getting worse and he said oh he needs another kind $400 per foot. I’m so mad, some doctors don’t care about children but about their own pockets.

  • You speak really well! Did you ever think doing English lessons:)! Thanks for the tips I go right away to buy the stuff I need to take care of my feet:) have a good one!

  • Any suggestions for my 11yo son whom had Achilles & heel chord lengthening surgery now leaving him flat foot. Always searching for support for summertime so he’s able to go sort of barefoot

  • Anytime it says Alien pops out, you KNOW I’m watching!!! Thank you for allowing yourself to be video’d!!! Great job Dr. Todd!!! OMGOSH, it IS a pearl!!! ��☺️��

  • I Have Flat Feet, There is Such Thing 0F Flat Feet. My Dr,. Told Me and it’s True,���� They Don’t Bother Me @ all, it’s been like That Since I was little. So I Believe There is People That Have Flat Feet. ������

  • Maam I am a runner i have flexible flat feet and also have lower leg pain in my heel and is also cramps and sensation. So How can i get know that this pain is cause of flat feet.

    If it is cause of flat feet so can i get rid of this pain by continue my running.

    ����please reply maam

  • My mom kept swearing she’d somehow gotten a splinter but none of us could see anything except a dark mark. I tried lightly probing and felt nothing. Her dermatologist checked the bottom of her foot for her at her routine checks (she grows skin cancer like it’s going out of style) and he found a shard of glass!! It had been there a solid month at that point. Feet can hide all kinds of weird shit.

  • wouldnt prepping with salicylic acid work to help debride the corn? It works on warts and skin tags. I have one on my dig toe that is going to be removed in January and Id love to be able to keep it away by using an acid at home instead of having to have it removed again

  • So happy I found your videos! Thank you for putting content out there. I have a question. I have textbook flat feet and need arch support with my 2″ wedge sandals. Are there arch only inserts you recommend? Thanks again for all you do!

  • Wow! I have 2 sets of custom orthotics and this is the first time I’ve heard I don’t need to spend 400 plus for each pair to get results ��

  • What about those with very high arches? I have had problems with plantar faciitis for years (pain behind the big toe). Custom orthotics seem to help. What does the research show?

  • in a youtube you did 3 years ago you stated that using inserts was bad and to do exercises instead, have you changed your mind on that?

  • My mom had flat feet, lived until hundred yrs, I have the same feet, and my grandson age ten yr has same flat feet, runs in the family ������

  • Found a great cure for bursitishave the bursa sack removed.

    (That’s a joke. It actually can cause different pain to not have one. One or two in my right hip turned into pancakes of solid, rigid scar tissue after 4 major hip surgeries, so during the 5th one the plastics guy they brought in to do scar tissue revision yanked one and told the orthopedist to do the same if necessary to any others. (That surgery was so complex the notes are tricky, so I’m not sure if they removed a second one or not. It was Mayo Rochester, 4 different teams, 19 surgeons, almost 5 hours, 3 surgeries in one, so yeah, tricky notes!))

  • To bad you are looking at the use and choosing of orthotics from the prospective from PT. There is so much more to consider. You lack knowledge of materials used as well as how how the orthotic actually works. Ambulation is not static, the foot is dynamic and the orthotic needs to control the foot during loading at heel strike, supination at mid stance and pronation needed at late stance. Some foot conditions require firm ridged materials and some flexible soft materials. Yes OTS orthotics are in most cases better than custom (the best lie is custom orthotics are actually made custom. they are not). This said treatment of foot pain, ankle pain, knee pain, hip pain and back and neck pain is not as simple as choosing how high the arch should be. Come on guys you speak of joint issues without discussing ambulation, isn’t your profession about motion? Do you remember heel strike, loading, mid stance, heel off and swing phase require different responses during this “dance”. The role of the foot is complex and not all about arch height, it all about time and space: how does the musculoskeletal system react to issues of center of gravity, joint position, muscle tightness and weakness and how pathology affects this. You say you poured over studies, did you find anything in regards to the dynamic role the foot plays in ambulation and how to affect change with proper force and control of joint pathology? I go on too much, sorry. I am very passionate about this subject, and recognize how little time and money the medical community spends on this issue. Shoe manufacturers have abandoned us, misinformation is rampant and orthopedic surgeons are only to happy to replace knees and hips. You see this in your practice, how much time does a patient get for working on core, how many patients fall each day. Medicine, insurance companies and pundits really do major harm to this population. Be part solution you claim to be learn how to really grasp a subject before you try to educate your subs.
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  • OMG!!!! I can’t believe they didn’t even check the wound!!! I work in a Dr office, and the Drs I work with would have checked the wound first. I know they would have. My jaw dropped������

  • I have congenital pes planus & the foot doctor said it’s caused by the ligament laxity in my knees. I have arch-support orthotics & was advised to ice my knees whenever I get those painless “pop” in the knee bones. Nice looking arch, Bob!

  • I would agree that not every person needs custom orthotics. I am a podiatrist. Your reference to a chiropractic orthotic is laughable. There are some podiatrists I would not recommend for custom orthotics. But chiropractors know very little about the foot. Furthermore, it is important to understand the source of the llatfooi, i.e. frontal plane, sagittal plane or transverse deformity resulting in the flatfoot. Some of what you say is reasonable. Some is showing your lack of knowledge about the flatfoot deformity. And I agree that not everyone needs a custom orthotic.

  • This seems to have a lot of similarities to a corn. How would you originally tell the difference. At this point you even seem to be performing the same type of procedure that would be used on corns. I know that corns are caused by pressure and torsion, but what would cause a clog such as this one to happen? Is there anything that people can do to avoid them? Are they simply environmental or can they be something hereditary?

  • I’m 67 and when I was very young a doctor recommended that he break the bones in my feet and reset them so I wouldn’t be flat footed. My parents said no. I wore arch supports for a while and stopped for a long time. Then about thirty years ago I started again. I stopped again a few year ago because my chiropractor recommended. Haven’t had a problem while working out.

  • Is there a chance you will change the name of this channel? Perhaps to “Healthy Feet Podiatry” since that is the name of your clinic? It would be easier to search and remember. Plus, you will likely get many more people subscribing to this channel. ��

  • I’d like to mention than a couple decades ago, almost every shoe had a steel spring in the sole to support the arch. If you consult a shoemaker doing custom ones he will probably do this aswell. But I guess the research team from Nike and Adidas haven’t figured out this ancient technique.

    I feel more videos are necessary as I was always interested in how the feet should move, when striking the ground while running as an example. With professional Marathon runners I observe, that their arch collapses significantly and the feet also pronate, yet the tibia and knee stay aligned. Neither tibia nor knee are rotating inwards. A look from above the feet would be helpful too. I worked on stabilising my feet but I #m unsure if I’m overdoing it. My arch is pretty solid now, but there is still a tendency for the foot to roll inwards.

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  • Hey bob and brad! Your channel is looking good… you all seem like you might be making some money…. have you considered a better camera and lighting to shoot your video?
    It can probably make a big difference.

  • I can’t say enough good things about the $30 Walk-Fits. I along with my father had Plantar Fasciitis due to wearing baseball cleats. He saw the infomercial and tried a pair. Within 2 months his plantar fasciitis was healed. I had plantar fasciitis for over a year and had tried cortisone shots, stretching, strengthening, shoe cushion inserts ect..and nothing helped. 2 months of wearing the walk-fits and my plantar fasciitis was healed. I disagree with the statement made that “If it hurts don’t use/buy it” because when you wear the walk-fits you cannot wear them for an extended period of time for the first few weeks. It even says that in their instructions. They do irritate/hurt you feet after you wear them for even only a short period of time when you first begin wearing them. But after a few weeks/month or so you can wear them longer and longer until you have them in the entire day. I continue to play baseball, basketball, work out in the gym ect… and I have a pair in each of my shoes. I have flat feet and without them my feet hurt and both of my knees hurt. When I wear them my knee pain goes away and my feet feel great. I don’t own stock in the company, I’m not a distributor, I don’t work there ect.. I’m just a person who suffered with very sore feet and knees and the walk-fits aligned things and have taken the pain away. Simply incredible..I would have never thought that a $30 shoe insert could have that much impact on my physical well being.

  • The problem is he needs to wear the correct shoes to offload the pressure on that spot. Either that or apply extra padding to his shoes or use an orthotic.

  • I have flat feet and my knees turn in that causes major back issues and sciatica. I am always looking for inserts. Had trouble since I was little.

  • I had foot surgery in ’97 with the dr making me custom supports after and used them all the time and they kept me pain free. I couldn’t wear them in sandals, and my feet would hurt horribly without them. I gave up wearing sandals, which was no fun in the summer. The supports finally wore down and last year I decided to try the supports from the Good Feet Store instead. They are expensive, but they are even better than the custom supports, and I can wear them in sandals!! I went out and bought several pair of sandals and I felt liberated! But I think at the same time that everyone is different and has to figure out what will work best for them. Would LOVE if I didn’t have to wear the arch supports, but at least I have options now.

  • Read on for true fixing of the feet. Arch support is a mini crutch, never use them. True fixing of ones foundation: One must strengthen the feet by first strengthening the toes and midfoot in their full range of motion in all directions and extending the heel (calcaneus). This is all linked up and into the glutes, so one cannot truly fix it without addressing the glute medius and surrounding areas. Best way to do all this is yoga. Standing split, or airplane pose, then turning the body to each side while standing on one leg, then going up on toes. Also walk and train barefoot as much as humanly possible. Push the limits. Hot and cold treatment as well, + tens machine all over foot. You will fix your feet and be able to reach athletic potential and build full, massive arches. Your effort has to match that of a body builder. You are growing new feet through growing and retensioning ligaments, capillaries and muscles. Wearing tight shoes makes the nerves turn off in the foot, toes specifically, and the toes go weird directions, muscles atrophy, you get injury and you get flat feet. I solved the knowledge side for you, now put in that effort and live your dreams.

  • The New Balance motion control shoes are good. Whenever I have a pair and use the GoodFeet arch supports they wear perfectly evenly in the tread. Prior to that sneakers would wear very heavily on the inside of the heel and… If you’re going to Eat N’ Barf for dinner, are you guys in PA?

  • I have feet that literally behave like pancakes when I put weight on them. The grow about an inch wider, it’s insane. And completely flat to the point where I’m starting to develop a callous on the bone that is in the middle of my arch. Bunions and tailors bunions because they spread so much. I’ve been told I need custom orthotics because my big toe is messed up as well, but after watching this I’m not so sure. My off the shelf heat modified ones are good and a compromise between off the shelf and full customs $220 AUD, but the ultimate problem seems to be that the connective tissue in my feet is made of soup. I’d probably be better off with some kind of compression sock to help control the spread. Any ideas?

  • You went to medical school and even tho your speciality isn’t dermatology, you did clinical rounds and don’t know what that is? Jesus.

  • So I had a splinter in my foot my mom got it out then after it healed I stepped on a toothpick and my mom pulled it out now I can’t walk on the foot that I got the splinter in or the toothpick

  • I got what he got but my mom and dad cut it then tonight i litetally just kept picking at it and then a splinter poped out and now i am so happy i feel NO MORE PAINNNN

  • Chiropractor just told me I need arch support. Sold me a pair. Thanks for this. I am by nature, skeptical. I’ll try them… guess my socks aren’t very supportive.

  • How do I fix supinated feet? My feet are very supinated. I’ve been told it’s because I’m so fat. I’ve been losing weight (over 100 lbs down,) but what should I do in the meantime?

  • I had flat feet and knock knees since i can remember, i can’t wear shorts because kids made fun of shape of my legs. for a long time, my feet doesn’t hurt at all, i only feel really streesful after a lot exercise. maybe my feet have evolved after years exercise.

  • Wow, great lesson today doc. I love that you explain everything not just to your patients but to us. Keep us posted so we can see progress after 6 weeks.

  • I jumped off a table when I was a teenager and right onto a staple. The staple ended up going deep into my foot we were only able to get part of it and years later it finally worked it’s self out of my foot.

  • At first I did not like his stitching. After seeing how it drew together and lined up I want to learn that one. Time to get out my surgical “toys” and practice that stitch! Thanks!!

  • I understand that its a good thing to get an idea what you’ll be working with but an MRI is a terribly expensive test to get that idea! Isn’t there something far less dramatic and pricey that a doctor could do to to get the same result?

  • FINALLY a youtuber who doesn’t own pricy over the top products that are perfectly as capable or even less compared to using natural ingredients from home. Like seriously, not everyone wants to spend so much on something so simple to do using natural stuff and are as effective and less harmful!!

  • Lol I was just gonna say he deserved it the fact that he had it for 30 days but 0:16 when I saw he went to emergency room 2 times I changed my mind lol I’m sorry��poor guy I’m not laughing��

  • I literally cried when I saw you pull that out of his foot! So sad that he had to suffer so long before coming to you. You’re an excellent doctor.

  • Actually I have a question. I have custom made orthotics. Should I throw them out and get a store bought one like the ones you suggested. I have shin splints even with short walks. Thank you.

  • Doctor: sorry but there is NOTHING here sir
    Toe guy: then where is my house now
    Doctor: (• •) uh I don’t know but let’s pull that out
    Doctor: calm down it’s fine
    Toe guy: SCREAM

    doctor: ouch * accidentally pulls out the house* wow sir how did you put a house in your splinter

    Toe guy: uhhh it’s hurts

    Doctor: ok my time is done here now

  • I do not like this I saw this and I ���������������� cool but I making it now I don’t like it looks creepy I like the video but I don’t like the cutting part

  • I’ve been using Cetaphil for approximately 10 years for extremely dry, sensitive skin over most of my body. A large, expensive jar lasts less than a year, but is well worth it. The cream form is the best.

  • If I walk for a day without my Orthotics my knees turn in and my back hurts the next day, but my orthotics have metal in them so they can’t flex.

    I also go up and down on my toes for exercise about 500 times a week and that is helps tremendously with my knees and feet.

  • Orthotics do not work for Flat Feet. If you ever plan on having a strong foot, you will delay or worsen that process with every day you wear them.
    If you have flat feet, change your footwear first, charlatans will sell you everything, but what will fix the problem, so you can pay for their child’s tuition.

  • i can stomach everything on toe bro’s channel but for some reason i can never make it through this one without feeling a little queasy and an uncomfortable feeling throughout my entire body (yes i’ve watched it many times)