If ever there was a part of your body you should take special care of, it is the foot area. These anchors or your body are so important and are often truly underappreciated by the rest of our bodies. Letting your feet fall to illness as I have can truly lead to some horrible medical, professional, social, and abstract conundrums.
In fact, I actually suffer from the following foot related ailments: Scalawag’s Toe, The Beaver’s Mighty Justice, Chronic Arch-Ground Resistance, Excessive Straight Hair Growth Syndrome, Oyster Heel, Quincy Jones’ Foot, Lou Gehrig’s Sole, R&B Sole, Misleading Male Footwear Accessories, Inward Toe Jam Growth, Pinky Toe Syndrome (the fear that your pinky toe will likely brew decaffeinated coffee), Ankle Leakage.
If anyone understands the effects of apathetic foot care, it’s certainly me. My life isn’t completely horrible because of my consistent foot diseases; most of my day-to-day routines require little to no footwork. But what if one day I decide I need to start using my feet more? What if I actually want to walk to the kitchen instead of rolling with my computer chair?
It seems unlikely but you never know. Like my foot doctor says regarding me going through rectal exams for all of his evaluations, better to have it and not need it than need it and not have it.