Author: Syracuse Podiatry

What You Should Know About Safety Footwear

You just got a job at a production plant. You are very excited and ready to take on your new career. Soon you get an email from your new employer informing you that you must get a pair of safety shoes before coming into work. A quick google search shows you that there are thousands […]

Cold and Numb

A lot of foot and ankle disorders can cause their hosts chronic pain and suffering. Those who live with chronic pain know that no matter what they do, the pain always lingers. This chronic pain gets in the way of their enjoyment of everyday activities such as walking, traveling, or even playing a game with […]

Syracuse Podiatry Welcomes New Doctor

Syracuse Podiatry is proud to expand it’s first-rate continuum of patient care and compassion by welcoming Doctor Payel Ghosh to the practice. Dr. Payel Ghosh was born and raised in Central New Jersey. After completing her undergraduate studies at Rutgers University she attended the School of Podiatric Medicine at Temple University for the next four […]

Iontophoresis

Having excessively sweaty feet can put a damper on anyone’s day – literally. Hyperhidrosis or excessively sweaty feet is a condition that affects about 3% of the population. This condition causes a person to sweat uncontrollably, excessively, and at random. People with hyperhidrosis can sweat whilst sleeping or even in very cold conditions. They have […]

Webbed Toes

When a baby is born the saying often goes something akin to “Ten tiny fingers, ten tiny toes, sparkling eyes and a button nose.” When we are born we are usually born with ten tiny toes. These toes are often quite adorable, and will act as a very prominent means of transportation for the rest […]

Flatter than a Flapjack

When we are born we are given our own unique set of feet. They grow with us and mold into the feet that we will use for our entire lives. They get a lot of use yet are sometimes left unnoticed. Not all feet are created equally, but they do all have a similar structure. […]

3 Main Causes of Foot and Ankle Problems

Podiatrists like Dr. Ryan L. D’Amico of Syracuse Podiatry, located in Fayetteville, New York, have seen all types of foot and ankle problems enter their offices. Foot and ankle problems are not limited to the older generation; children, adolescents, middle aged men and women of all backgrounds come in to see the podiatrist because of […]

Fallen Arches

When you look a picture of a foot, you typically see a clear defined arch. That arch is the little arc right in the middle of your foot when looking at the inside. This curved structure is made out of tendons that help form the shape of your foot and connect the heel and the […]

Health Tips for Aging Feet

As we get older it’s important to take care of our bodies more and more. A lifetime of use, history, and knowledge is built up and we use every piece of it to move on and forward. The same notion applies to our feet. We use our feet every day and often forget to care […]

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