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Your Feet and Skin Cancer

When many people think of skin cancer, the feet are usually not high on the list of places to check or even apply sun screen…. Continue Reading

Poor Circulation In Feet Part Two

Treatment and Prevention Poor blood circulation in the legs and the feet can cause various health problems. The buildup of plaque causes the arteries to… Continue Reading

9 Things To Know About Choosing Shoes

1. Have shoes fitted at the end of the day because your feet have a tendency to swell as the day goes on. 2. You… Continue Reading

Oh My Aching Feet Most Common Foot Conditions

The following are some of the more common foot problems podiatrists see. Most of the time, these conditions respond very well to conservative care. Athlete's… Continue Reading

Ankle Sprains In Children

Ankle sprains are common issues among the younger population. Teenagers and young adults have the highest rates of ankle sprains, which often occur most often… Continue Reading

Laser Treatment For Fungal Toenails

As the weather gets warmer, it's time to shed bulkier footwear for sandals, flip flops and other lighter shoe gear. However, unsightly toenails may prevent… Continue Reading

Why Suffer From Heel and Arch Pain?

Heel and arch pain is one of the most common foot complaints we see. There are a variety of reasons why one can have pain… Continue Reading

Hammertoes Pain Of the Small Toes

A hammertoe is a contracture or bending of one or both joints of any but the big toe. This bending causes the toe to appear… Continue Reading

Are Your Shoes Giving You the Blues?

According to statistics quoted on The College of Podiatry's website, between 75-80% of adults struggle with some type of foot problem. Many people don't realize… Continue Reading

Foot Health Neuromas

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

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