The Ontario Podiatric Medical Association celebrated May as Foot Health Month!
As spring is in the air, people are freeing their feet from heavy boots and thick socks to walk on grass and sand. May is Foot Health Month and it is time to care and think about your tootsies!
Come back each work day (Monday- Friday) as we share one Foot Thought a day throughout the month to celebrate our foot health!
Foot Thought of the Day
Foot Health Month is time wonder why you don't cut your toenails as often as you do fingernails. Compared with fingernails, toenails grow much more slowly — about 1 mm per month, whereas fingernails grow an average of 0.1 mm a day
Dr. Brad Wenstrup & Dr. Jim Hill
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