January 2017 Newsletter

  If this is not displaying correctly view it online here Boston Common Aesthetic Spa join our Open House on Wednesday, January 25, 2017 from 5:00 – 8:00 pm Come learn about our new Aesthetic … [Read more...]

November Newsletter

If this is not displaying correctly view it online here Laser MedSpa At Boston Common Podiatry Come learn about our New Laser and Services! Open House December 7, 2016 5:00 – 8:00 pm Demonstrations Free Consultations for Laser Procedures; including … [Read more...]

September 2016 Newsletter

Use Common Sense to Prevent Children's Sports Injuries Fall sports are in full swing! Whether your child enjoys soccer, football, rugby, lacrosse, ice hockey, track or just a friendly neighborhood pick-up game, you want them to enjoy the activity and stay injury-free. But all too often we as parents have to rush our child to … [Read more...]

Back To School

5 Top Tips for Back To School Shoe Shopping When shopping for new shoes, it is important to keep in mind the role shoes play in preventing foot problems and injuries. Here are five tips for selecting the best shoes for your child. Note: this may include a compromise between a favorite "in-style" design and a pair of shoes that … [Read more...]

May 2016 Newsletter

Newsletter May 2016 Nail Salon Pedicures: Put Safety First.  Now that spring is finally here across the U.S., some toes that have been sheltered all winter are peeking out of sandals. If you're planning a trip to your favorite nail salon, do some investigating first to make sure your only salon takeaway will be clean and … [Read more...]

March 2016 Newsletter

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Sock Drive

One Pair Can Make a World of Difference Join us in collecting new socks for the less fortunate this winter. Please donate NEW UNUSED SOCKS, All sizes, All colors and styles There are several reasons why the homeless desperately need new socks: - New socks can reduce the risk of skin infections, prevent frostbite, and … [Read more...]

November is National Diabetes Month: A Look at Diabetes and Foot Care

Diabetes is a group of chronic diseases which result in elevated blood glucose levels. In Type 1 diabetes, the pancreas makes no insulin, and glucose cannot be removed from the blood stream and taken up by body's cells where it can be metabolized. People with Type 1 diabetes must use insulin injections to control their blood … [Read more...]

Back to School Time Brings Team Sports and Foot Injuries

Across the country students are returning to their high school and college campuses, often before the first day of classes, to begin practice with their athletic teams. The beginning weeks of practice can be especially hard on feet as students become conditioned to their sport after the summer break. Playing lacrosse, field … [Read more...]

Make Sun Protection a Priority for Your Feet

Summer is in full swing and the beach is an ever popular destination. A trip to the beach can be quite a production with a long list of items to remember to bring including the necessary sun protection items: umbrella, hats, sunglasses, protective clothing and sunscreen. Yet with all the preparation, sun protection of the feet … [Read more...]

Golf and Your Feet

Summer is almost here and while some are at the beach, others are on the green enjoying the great weather. In New England the perfect weather days for golf are prized given the short warm weather season. It's hard for those who love golf not to try to get as much time playing as possible but it is best not to overindulge too … [Read more...]