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Diabetes and Your Foot Care

Healthy feet are essential for overall good health, no matter your age, fitness level, or physical challenges. For people with diabetes, however, taking care of… Continue Reading

How Walking Changes Your Body

You probably know that being active is important to maintaining your health. Most of the time when we talk about being active, we think about… Continue Reading


A neuroma is a painful condition, also referred to as a “pinched nerve” or a nerve tumor. It is a benign growth of nerve tissue… Continue Reading

Membrane Therapy For Chronic Heel Pain

Heel pain is one of the most common complaints heard at the podiatrist office. Heel pain can be caused by myriad of things such as… Continue Reading

New Treatment For Heel Pain

Extracorporeal shockwave therapy, or ESWT, is a non-surgical treatment option for the intense, persistent heel pain associated with chronic plantar fasciitis. Extracorporeal means outside the… Continue Reading

Foot Pain Relief

The plantar fascia is a ligament-like band extending from the ball of your foot to the heel. The fascia is comprised of three bands that… Continue Reading

Don’t Hide Your Toenails: Get Rid Of Fungus (Onychomycosis)

Onychomycosis is a fungal infection of the nails that causes discoloration, thickening, and separation from the nail bed. It occurs in 10% of the population,… Continue Reading

Forefoot Surgery

Many foot problems do not respond to conservative management. Your podiatric physician can determine when surgical intervention may be helpful. Often, when pain or deformity… Continue Reading

Laser Technology and Podiatry

Podiatry practices have employed the use of lasers during procedures for their benefits and efficiency. The top of the line Hyper Blue Plus® diode laser… Continue Reading

Foot Care For Diabetes: Part One

Part One Diabetes can cause nerve damage. When the nerves in your feet do not work right, it is easy to stumble and injure your… Continue Reading

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