How to keep your feet happy in summer


How do you keep your foot happy in July?

And how to treat your foot, the question that every summer foot doctor is asking themselves.

Read moreThe most common cause of foot pain is plantar fASciitis, or “plantar foot” as doctors refer to it.

In fact, the term has been around since at least 1868, but it’s been a mystery as to how this ailment develops.

A condition that affects about 1 in 50 Americans, plantar foot can be caused by a variety of factors, but most common among them is poor circulation.

In fact, only about 0.5% of Americans will experience any pain in their feet when they walk.

In other words, most people experience some pain in just about every foot they walk, including those who don’t even have plantar feet.

But while foot pain may not be a major concern, foot injuries are a big problem for many.

Foot injuries are also a huge contributor to the estimated 15 million foot injuries in the U.S. Every year, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that between $10 billion and $50 billion in foot injuries occur worldwide.

And that’s just the people who get injured.

There are many more foot injuries, and the number of people who suffer from foot injuries is increasing year after year.

But the average age of people affected by plantar FASciias is still around 45, which is older than the average person of color.

That’s because African Americans have a higher incidence of the condition than Caucasians, according to the CDC.

That’s a major problem for the shoe industry, as it’s responsible for providing millions of shoes to the public every year.

However, it’s also a significant burden for the people of color who are most at risk for the condition.

According to the Foot and Ankle Foundation, more than 75% of African American men and women with plantar injuries suffer from at least one type of arthritis, and that number is likely higher.

And for African American women, it is estimated that the majority of the injuries occur in the foot.

Despite this, foot insurance companies don’t cover plantar Fasciitis in most cases, according, because the condition can be a life-threatening condition.

To be sure, the companies that do cover it, like Adidas, do so with a special offer that includes a free shoe when a foot condition is diagnosed, but the vast majority of people don’t want to spend money on a shoe that they don’t know they’ll need.

So how do you treat your feet in July and get the most out of your summer?

And what are some common foot symptoms that can indicate a plantar issue?