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  • Heel Pain and Kids
    A parent should never ignore their child’s complaints about pain in their feet. We never want our children to be in pain, and it is especially important to protect their Read more
  • How to Choose Proper Footwear
    An average day of walking results in a cumulative force equal to several hundred tons inflicted on your feet. Because of this, your feet are subject to injury more than Read more
  • Diabetic Neuropathy Explained
    Diabetes causes a condition of painful nerve damage called peripheral neuropathy. Neuropathy can affect your entire body, but your legs and feet are parts of your body that are more Read more
  • Selecting Walking Shoes
    When it comes to your health and your feet, walking helps both. At  our office, we want to make sure you are wearing the right shoes to better protect yourself Read more
  • Preventing Youth Sports Injuries
    Children take to sports like fish to water. Almost as soon as they begin to walk, they are chasing balls, swinging sticks, and running races against siblings, friends, or nobody Read more
  • Leg Pain
    Leg pain and discomfort can knock you off your feet for a variety of reasons, but it should never be ignored. Aching calves, burning legs, numbness in your feet—pain in Read more
  • How to Relieve Swollen Ankles
    Whether you are pregnant, have increased blood in your body or decreased circulation, or maybe you are a workaholic who is always standing or sitting for long periods of time, Read more
  • Intoeing in Children
    Normally, most people will walk with their toes and feet pointing straight ahead.  However, sometimes children’s feet turn when they walk, which can be called intoeing or pigeon-toed. Your child Read more
  • Preventing Deep Vein Thrombosis
    Deep vein thrombosis is a blood clot that typically forms in the deep veins of the legs, but can also occur in the veins of the upper extremities. That is Read more
  • Quick Advice for Common Foot and Ankle Issues
    Our feet and ankles are prone to a number of problems at different stages of life. Below is a list of common foot and ankle problems. With each issue, you Read more
  • Signs that You Need to See a Podiatrist
    Often, the problems in your feet and ankles go away with time, rest, ice, anti-inflammatories and changing your shoes. However, sometimes these problems just won’t go away, and that's when Read more
  • Problems Associated with Flat Foot
      Flat feet are common, and are the source of many foot problems. Also called fallen arches, flat foot is a condition in which a person has no arch on the Read more
  • What You Can Do For Your Broken Toe
    Whether it's dropping a can of soup on your foot or whacking your toe against a wall, we've all been there before, hopping and holding our beaten, bruised toe. While Read more
  • Joint Pain in the Foot and Ankle
    With more than 30 joints in your foot, joint pain may seem as if it can come from anywhere and everywhere. You may have swelling, tenderness, stiffness, redness, bruising, or Read more
  • Sprains and Fractures - Protect Your Ankles from Instability
    Have you ever twisted your ankle while participating in a sport?  Or maybe you simply slipped while walking?  Either way, ankle sprains, and fractures should not be ignored.  Ankle sprains Read more
  • Foot Gout: Don't Ignore Your Aching Feet
    How many times have you found yourself yelling, “Oh, my aching feet,” but then shrugged it off, figuring that aching feet are a natural part of life? You don’t have Read more

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