Prevent Plantar Warts This Summer

Have you recently found an unusual growth on the bottom of your foot? You may have a plantar wart! Plantar warts are grainy, usually small in size, and appear on the balls and heels of your feet. You may notice pain or discomfort when you put pressure on them while walking or standing. Plantar warts […]

3 Foot Care Tips for Summer

Summer’s just around the corner! What are your warm weather plans? Spending time outside in the sun has many benefits – a stronger immune system, a brighter mood, and better sleep. But it’s also important to keep a close eye on some of the potential risks. Sun damage is a common worry in the summer, […]

Avoiding Athlete’s Foot

  With summer just around the corner, the last thing anyone wants is for their scratchy, red, peeling, burning feet to ruin their fun-in-the-sun plans! Athlete’s foot is a common fungal infection, and, as its name suggests, it’s pretty common in athletes. Did you know that the upcoming summer season may increase your chances of […]

Your Guide to Corns and Calluses

  Are you experiencing some rough patches along your heel or toes? You’re likely dealing with calluses or corns! Luckily, both are very common, and they don’t pose too much of a health concern. But treating your corns or calluses properly can prevent any pain you may be experiencing, especially with summer approaching. Follow our […]

Healing From Sports Injuries

Spring sports are in full swing and with that comes accidents and injuries. Our lower extremity remains one of the top areas of the body that we’re likely to injure while participating in physical activities. Luckily, there are plenty of ways you can recover from your injury. The first step is to call your podiatrist […]

Foot Care for Seniors

April is National Foot Health Awareness Month, and we’d like to take this time to raise awareness for our senior patients! Our feet carry us through life and because of that, it’s important we put time into keeping them healthy and pain-free. For seniors, including some extra daily foot care steps into your daily routine […]

All About Arthritis

April is National Foot Health Awareness Month and we’d like to use this time to bring awareness to arthritis, a joint condition that can cause chronic foot pain. When one or more of your toe joints gets inflamed, it leads to arthritis. Those with this condition may have difficulty walking and participating in activities and […]

Say Goodbye to Nail Fungus

Even though toenail fungus is fairly common, dealing with it isn’t always easy! While most cases of nail fungus are mild, some people may need professional help from their podiatrist if the infection worsens. Either way, calling your foot doctor and setting up an appointment is always a great first step. How can you beat […]

What You Need to Know About Ankle Sprains

Whether you roll your ankle during a workout or step wrong on uneven ground, accidents happen all the time. When you overstretch one of the ligaments in your ankle, it results in a sprain. Sprained ankles are one of the most common injuries you can face in your lifetime and podiatry offices are no stranger […]

Foot Care and Diabetes

If you have diabetes, you have to manage your health wisely. Part of that is taking care of the health of your feet; even a small, seemingly harmless cut can lead to more serious concerns. With nerve damage making your feet feel numb, sores, blisters, and wounds are more likely to develop into long-term issues. […]

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