Unlike most doctors, Dr. Schlomo Schmuel enjoys taking his free time to engage in some creative writing. In his own words, creative writing is what helps him improve his thought process and remain an informed individual. More specifically, Dr. Schmuel takes great joy in spending his weekend mornings with his family and kicking back on his comfortable couch awhile reading an article or two about latest medical breakthroughs or scientific findings. His platform of choice is Medium, where bloggers from all over the world unite and blog about a variety of different things. From politics, to lifestyle choices, religion, to dieting, anything and everything can be blogged about on Medium.
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Unlike a family physician or optometrist, many individuals do not consider visiting a podiatrist until it is too late. With the stresses of personal and professional obligations, foot issues are all too often pushed aside. Dr. Schlomo Schmuel, a licensed healthcare professional at The Foot Clinic in Los Angeles, CA outlines what a podiatrist does, and when you should consider seeing one.
Doctors are undoubtedly some of the most appreciated and respected professionals in the world. This is a byproduct of the countless years that they spend learning how to fully prepare to be in their profession and the fact that saving people’s lives is a part of their job description as well.
Plantar Fasciitis, one of the most common causes of heel pain, is an inflammation of the thick tissue that runs across the bottom of your foot and connects your heel bone to your toes. The inflamed tissue can cause uncomfortable pain while walking and when stationary.
Walking daily and exercise is essential for staying healthy and in shape. But it’s important to wear shoes that properly fit your feet and provide your foot with the support it needs. Ill-fitted shoes can lead to a number of foot problems that cause unwanted discomfort, pain and long-lasting effects.
Sometimes we take advantage of our feet and don’t realize the role they play in our everyday lives - from walking and running to getting from one place to another. But as we take them for granted in everyday life, we also do so when exercising.
Chances are high that you have heard the term orthotics during your life, but many of us do not know any specific details regarding them. Dr. Schlomo Schmuel has over 20-years of experience in Podiatric Medicine and is responsible for the multiple locations of his practice, Sunset Foot Clinic throughout California.
Does walking count as exercise? This is a question that is thrown around a lot, and according to Dr. Schlomo Schmuel of California, the answer to this question is absolutely.
Foot pain is unfortunately a common problem that many of us experience, and it can have a huge impact on your physical health. Foot pain will directly impact the way you walk and stand; and causing additional pain in the ankles, knees, and lower back when untreated.