As summer ends, regular nail salon visits continue to maintain polished toes. Beware of hidden costs to your toes and feet; consider these six pre-salon tips.
Gout is a form of arthritis caused by a build-up of uric acid in your blood. Learn more about risk factors, treatment options, and preventing gout.
Back-to-school is back in session! The doctors at Syracuse Podiatry have created an easy-to-follow guide when shoe shopping for your child.
Change in seasons brings dry skin. Having dry, cracked heels might be annoying, but if left untreated, it can lead to infection. Learn how to beat dry heels.
As summer ends, it’s common to start noticing signs of a fungal infection. Learn about the signs to look out for, risk factors, and how to avoid infection.
Did you know amputation of a limb is a severe risk to people living with diabetes? Learn more about how you can limit your risk.
Do you have an ingrown toenail? This condition can be extremely painful. Learn about four tips from Syracuse Podiatry for preventing ingrown toenails.
High-heels are a staple in most women’s closets. However, they can have devastating effects on your feet. Learn how you can continue to wear them safely.
Summer is meant to be spent outside with your child. However, this can lead to foot injuries. Learn from Syracuse Podiatry on how you can help avoid injuries.
Protect yourself from summer’s UV rays. Use SPF 30+ from head to toe. Remember prevention is easier than treatment, and it can save your life. Here’s more information from the foot and ankle care team at Syracuse Podiatry