People tend to neglect their feet more than any other single body part. "Who cares?" they might think, "It's just my feet." Unless the problem is causing them pain or real concern, they tend to overlook conditions they view as simply a matter of appearance. After all, feet can always be covered with socks and shoes. Unfortunately, this attitude can lead to real foot problems if the condition is left untreated. Furthermore, it's difficult to know whether a condition is serious or not without consulting a doctor. Here are some signs that it might be time to give the podiatrist a call. Open Sores When you have any sort of open sore or cut on your foot that won't heal in a timely fashion, you should immediately make an appointment to see a doctor. If you have any sort of condition, such as diabetes, that you know is preventing the quick healing of your foot, this imperative is amplified. Cuts and sores on the foot are more prone to infection than if they were found on other parts of the body. For that reason, it's important to get checked out. Remember that symptoms that show up in the feet are not necessarily "foot related" problems. For instance, if you have one foot that is a different color from your other foot, this could be a sign of gout. This is particularly true if one foot is showing a lot of signs of redness. This could also be a sign of infection. It could be nothing serious, or it could be a major issue that will only get worse without treatment. In the case of pain and swelling, the best case scenario says that you have some sort of strain or a broken bone in your foot. Irregularly shaped spots of this type can be a sign of skin cancer. While relatively uncommon in the feet, it should be checked out to rule out anything serious. It's always better to be safe than sorry when it comes to your health. 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I have had foot issues for several years so its important to me that DS has good shoes for walking and helping his feet grow. I'm having the same issue. However, they don't make 1/2 sizes small enough for DD. I've never gotten Stride Rite though. (Can't afford them) The 3s are too small and really hard to get on her feet. She would trip at first in the 4s because they were longer, and she wouldn't pick up her feet high enough, so she would trip on the toe. At payless they suggested the larger size and that she would grow into them, since the 1 size was so small on her. She's gotten a lot better with walking in them since getting used to them though. We buy Stride Rite usually and do buy half sizes when needed. DD went straight from a 4 to a 5, but now she really needs 5.5. I just spent $65 to get two new pairs of shoes for her from Stride Rite (had a coupon, they were originally both $40/pair!!). I can often find barely used or like new Stride Rites (or other nicer brands) at consignment shops in our area and they usually run $8 9 a pair, so I get those when I can and then spend more when I need to. Its definitely worth it to me, my kids have wide feet and they love to run around and play outside, I want to make sure they are comfortable and their feet are developing correctly. Men Nike Free Run 2 Anthracite Grey White Black Yellow,When the Trail Blazers go through their final dress rehearsal Thursday at Golden State before the Oct. 30 regular season opener at Phoenix, Terry Stotts should have a full complement of players on hand for the first time in the preseason. That makes the last exhibition game against the Warriors an important one for the second year Portland coach, who must decide on the rotation he'll use in the opener versus the Suns. "I'm not sure who I'm going to use off the bench," Stotts said after his team's 109 105 victory over Sacramento Sunday night at the Moda Center. "It looks like we'll have everybody available (against Golden State). It will be good to have everybody together so we can see what we have." The starting five LaMarcus Aldridge and Nicolas Batum at forward, Robin Lopez at center and Damian Lillard and Wesley Matthews at guard is no mystery. Lopez might have played his best game of the preseason against the Kings, sinking 7 of 11 shots from the field and contributing 14 points, seven rebounds and two blocked shots in 31 minutes. That's about the playing time Stotts envisions the 7 foot Lopez to command in the early regular season. "He's going to have a real impact for us," Stotts said, "and I want to see if I can get him about 30 minutes a game." Aldridge, who has played only three preseason games due to a sore knee, told me after Thursday's game he intends to play at Golden State. That's a good thing. And Batum while too reluctant to shoot at times Sunday night nevertheless displayed his value, going for 14 points, 11 rebounds and five assists while sinking 5 of 8 shots, including 3 of 6 from 3 point range. "Nic plays the game easy," Stotts said. "He did a lot of good things tonight. That's what we need from Nic at the offensive end, though he could have been a little more aggressive at times. We have a lot of playmakers. We need him to continue to be one and not just rely on Mo (Williams) and Damian." After a slow start he missed his first five shots Lillard was effective, scoring a game high 28 points to go with four rebounds and three assists in 34 minutes. The second year point guard made 4 of 9 3 pointers and 8 of 9 at the foul line. "I was glad to see Damian make some 3's," Stotts said. "Our 3 point shooters haven't really had a night yet." Lillard, Mathews and Williams who had 17 points, five rebounds and five assists in 28 minutes off the bench will eat up most of the minutes in the backcourt once the regular season begins. The real question is how Stotts will divide minutes in the frontcourt. Behind the starting trio, power forward Thomas Robinson who came through with his best performance of the preseason with 14 points (6 of 8 shooting) and eight boards in 24 minutes and volume shooter Dorell Wright are assured of minutes. Meyers Leonard and Joel Freeland will probably battle for the remaining time. "Joel has been really good," Stotts said of the second year center/forward, who contributed seven points and nine rebounds in 18 minutes. "Nic called him the MVP of training camp." The preseason has been a mixed bag for the Blazers. Among the good: The team defense has been excellent for the most part. Opponents are shooting .395 from the field and averaging 93.3 points. "We're a lot better than we were last year, that's for sure," Matthews said. "I feel like we're stepping up to the challenge." Portland held Sacramento to .412 shooting .348 in the first half. "We were aggressive," Wright said. "We made the game ugly. We got stops in a row. That's what it's all about, making it hard for (opponents)." "We're doing a good job defending," Lillard said. "We're making some mistakes, but we continue to play every possession. We're contesting shots and fighting for rebounds. As long as we keep doing that, we'll be ready for opening night." "We're probably ahead of where I anticipated," Stotts said. "In terms of protecting the rim, forcing mid range jump shots, defensive field goal percentage and rebounding, it's been good. The players have executed what we've changed, particularly in defending the pick and roll. If you look at the whole preseason, we're going in the right direction." The Blazers should be an improved rebounding team. In six exhibitions, they're outboarding opponents by an average of 10.5 per game. Lopez and Robinson, in particular, will help there. "We're a better rebounding team because we're a better defensive team," Matthews contended. McCollum starting the season on the injured list. Veterans Williams and Wright will be counted upon for big things, and Robinson, Leonard and Freeland will get their chances up front. "We have a lot of good young talent coming off the bench, plus some guys who have been around," Wright said. "All those guys are really going to help us," Aldridge said. "Our depth should be good." The Blazers have showed a competitive spirit in winning four of six preseason games. On Sunday night, they lost all of a 19 point third quarter lead, falling behind 92 90 with four minutes to play. They made enough plays down the stretch to win. "That was a good sign," Stotts said. "I know it wasn't a regular season game, but it had a kind of regular season feel to it. Both teams were trying to win." There seems to be a team first attitude on offense. The Blazers had 14 assists on 22 baskets in the first half against Sacramento.
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