If You’re Going Barefoot This Summer, Be Careful!

Many people will walk around barefoot this summer, and thousands will suffer injuries, such as puncture wounds and cuts. Some will even develop infections that may need surgery. Today, Dr. Hubert Lee of CarePlus Foot & Ankle Specialists, in Bellevue, WA, is sharing his tips for keeping your feet healthy this summer.

 

The best way to protect your toes and feet from injury is to wear shoes. However, if your summer just wouldn't be the same without walking barefoot in your backyard or feeling the sand between your toes, you can make it safer by following these tips:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Follow these tips from Dr. Hubert Lee at CarePlus Foot & Ankle Specialists in Bellevue, WA, and you’ll enjoy happy and healthy feet all summer long. If you’re experiencing any issues with your feet, contact us today at (425) 455-0936 to schedule a consultation.

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