Choose the Right Shoes: When it comes to footwear, comfort and support are key. Opt for shoes that provide adequate arch support and cushioning to reduce the risk of foot pain and injuries. Avoid shoes that are too tight or have high heels, as they can cause discomfort and foot problems.


Protect Your Feet from the Sun: Just like the rest of your body, your feet can get sunburned. Apply sunscreen to your feet if they will be exposed to the sun for an extended period. Additionally, consider wearing shoes that provide UV protection.


Keep Your Feet Clean and Dry: Spring and summer often mean more outdoor activities, which can lead to sweaty and dirty feet. Make sure to wash your feet daily with soap and water, and dry them thoroughly, especially between the toes. This can help prevent fungal infections like athlete’s foot.


Stay Hydrated: Proper hydration is essential for foot health. Drink plenty of water throughout the day to keep your feet hydrated and prevent dry, cracked skin.


Stretch and Exercise: Spring and summer are great times to get active and enjoy outdoor activities. However, it’s important to warm up and stretch before engaging in physical activity to prevent foot and ankle injuries.


Book an appointment with Dr. Kassab: Regular check-ups with a podiatrist are crucial for maintaining foot health. Your podiatrist can identify any potential problems early on and provide personalized recommendations for keeping your feet healthy.

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