Your feet are possibly the most neglected part of your body because we rarely take time to care for our feet and give them the time and effort that we usually give the rest of our bodies. However, it is vital for us to keep in mind that our feet are extremely delicate and it is vital that we care for them and keep them well maintained because even a small injury to our feet can result in the loss of a leg due to infection. It is our feet that help us to walk and to perform many other daily functions that we usually take for granted and our feet are also the part of our body that is most exposed to dirt, germs and potential infection as we walk on the dirty ground every day without a thought. We would never consider having any other part of our body come in to contact with the ground because we know it is extremely contaminated and yet, we do not think twice about walking barefoot across a garden or a filthy floor.
Shoes or slippers
A fact that we need to keep in mind is that we will never know if there is a small injury on our feet. We may have a small painless pin prick injury on our feet that we do not know about that is constantly being exposed to the dirt, the dust and the many bacteria present on the floor that we walk on. A podiatrist will tell you that many of the severe injuries that he or she comes across in his work have begun with a tiny unnoticeable wound that has gotten infected and painful resulting in severe. Shocking injury that is sometimes the result of the foot doctor in Gold Coast having to conduct an amputation on the foot.
It is more than like that at most times of our lives, we must have some small injury on our feet that we do not know about and we are lucky enough that these small injuries will usually heal themselves without us ever having known about them however, with this in mind, it is vital that we always where foot protection such as shoes or slippers when we walk on the floor and especially when we go out in to a garden in order to prevent these tiny wounds or injuries from becoming infected and resulting in a severe infected wound. In many cases, there is little awareness done about this and therefore foot injuries have become very common in this day and age.