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  • Dr. Ragland Interview in SELF Magazine on Plantar Fasciitis

    "Plantar fasciitis is inflammation of the plantar fascia, the thick band of connective tissue that runs along the bottom of your foot, from the...
  • 25 Influential Black Women in Business

    Thank you to @Victoria Horsford for including my Honor in @newyorkbeacon among top "25 Influential Black Women in Business" in "What's Go...
  • The Best Shoes in Hard-to-Find Sizes for Men and Women

    Have you ever found the most beautiful shoe on sale, and it was half a size too small but you got it anyway because it was just too pretty? We hav...
  • Women in Wellness: “Stand by Your Core Audience” with Dr. Yolanda Ragland and Chaya Weiner

    Loved talking to Chaya Weiner from Thrive Global about my story and my passion for my business and patients! In her Women in wellness series we co...
  • Black Women in Health & Wellness Making Your Life

    It’s such an honor to be mentioned in Black Girls Allowed blog by Leigh “Dangerous Lee” Langston, owner of the Dangerous Lee News & Entertainment Network. The article focuses on the most influential Black Women in Health & Wellness. I pride myself on providing not only cosmetic podiatry; but also necessary medical procedures for women’s feet. So many women suffer through life with foot pain, not realizing how easy it is to recover after such a surgery. 
  • Well+Good Wants to Know About Socks — Dr. Ragland Talks About Fabric for Your Feet

    It’s nearly that magical time of the year where feet start sweating and sloshing in the snow, and a little bit of neglect could lead to serious problems. And when it comes to a personal question like—how often should you change socks—during the throes of winter, it isn’t automatically obvious to everyone. So, just how often should you change socks? Well+Good’s Mary Grace Garis consulted with Dr. Ragland, who lit the path forward on how to care for your feet, and specifically how often to change out of socks. Here’s the intel!

  • ALLURE Interviews Dr. Ragland About the Best Insoles for Walking and Running

    Insoles, orthopedics, heel lifts, arch cushions — there's a lot of terminologies to sort through when you're shopping for shoe inserts, and it can be pretty confusing if you don't know where to start. To help clarify some of the confusion,’s Maria Cassano got in touch with Dr. Yolanda Ragland, a podiatric surgeon and the founder of Fix Your Feet, Inc. "A good pair of insoles can have multiple benefits," Ragland says.

  • "Enjoying Life On Purpose" Podcast's Kimberly Frazier Interviews Dr. Ragland

    Business & Life Coach Kimberly Frazier's "Enjoying Life On Purpose" podcast shares tips on how you can begin to enjoy life on purpose no matter the situation. Tune in for topics ranging from the importance of optimism and today’s the glass ceiling to caring for your feet and entrepreneurial advice!

  • Well+Good "Feet Week" Features Dr. Ragland's Advice on "How to Banish *All* the Foot Problems"!

    Few things are worse, IMO, than when someone asks you to remove your shoes upon entering their house. Whether your toes are deformed from a childhood spent in pointe shoes or your nails are just in need of a paint job there are, in my mind, few (if any) commonly-exposed body parts so cringe-worthy as those located south of your ankles. Yolanda Ragland, DPM, podiatrist, foot surgeon, and owner of Fix Your Feet, shares intel on some of the most common issues with which patients step into her practice, including remedies so you no longer have to run away when someone asks you to go sans shoes. (Or is that just me?)

  • Dr. Ragland for Well+Good - Should You Be Running on the Beach?

    Few things beat a summertime beach workout, but if at some point you hear the siren song of the shoreline begging you to run along it, is it okay to leave your sneakers behind and go barefoot? Dr. Ragland is interviewed by Well+Good’s Erin Bunch to advise us on what to do.

  • Dr. Ragland's 2nd Appearance on Rushion McDonald iHeartRadio "Money Making Matters"

    "I don't believe in telling ANYONE they can't wear the shoes they love wearing," says Dr. Ragland. "I do ask them to wear them within reason... Especially for ladies because we are teetering on heels, I will say walk with a pair of safety shoes.” - Read this blog about Dr. Ragland’s appearance on Rushion McDonald’s “Money Making Matters” on iHeartRadio!