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  • Effects of Rheumatoid Arthritis in the Feet
    Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is an autoimmune disorder which means your body is attacking itself.  More than 90% of patients with RA will develop some type of symptom from the disease Read more
  • 7 Tips for Preventing Diabetic Foot Complications
    Check your feet every day.  If you cannot see the bottoms of your feet, use a mirror or have someone else check your feet. Do not walk barefoot or only in Read more
  • How To Prevent Ingrown Toenails
    Ingrown toenails may begin mildly but can quickly go from bad to worse. This frustrating and painful condition can affect anyone and cause significant issues. Unlike other foot-related conditions, which Read more
  • Pediatric Flatfoot
    Flat feet can be a painful and serious foot problem. Flat feet is when a person's entire sole touches the floor when standing. This can be problematic for many individuals, Read more
  • Treating Toenail Fungus
    Treating toenail fungus Toenail fungus--it's one of the most common podiatric problems children, teens, and adults have. Causing thickened, yellow, brittle nails, onychomycosis (the medical name for toenail fungus) spreads easily Read more
  • What Causes Warts?
    What Causes Warts? Got foot warts? Nearly everyone will have a wart at some point in their lives. Warts are typically small, hard skin growths caused by an infection with humanpallilloma Read more
  • Treating Heel Spurs
    Have you been experiencing any heel pain or bothersome tenderness without any obvious cause? Although heel spurs themselves sometimes do not cause acute discomfort, they are frequently associated with the Read more
  • Heel Pain in Young Athletes
    It’s that time of year again, kids are putting down the fortnite and getting back on the field and in gym class.  We see a lot of kids and teens Read more
  • Treatment Options for Bunions
    There are many ways in which our podiatric team can help you alleviate your bunion pain. Are you suddenly noticing some pain and discomfort around the base of your big toe, Read more
  • Types of Custom Orthotics
    Custom orthotics are removable shoe inserts that provide greater arch support and stability to the feet and ankles. There are different types of orthotics available depending on the issue and Read more
  • Caring For Arthritic Feet
    Arthritis is a joint condition that affects roughly 54 million American adults according to the Arthritis Foundation. It can show up in joints all around the body, including the feet Read more
  • What Could Be Causing Poor Circulation in My Feet?
    Are you experiencing numbness, tingling, or discolorations in your feet? Even though poor circulation isn’t a condition, if you are experiencing poor circulation in your feet this is often a symptom Read more
  • Great Deal on 2nd Pair of Custom Orthotics!
                    If you currently own a pair of custom molded orthotics prescribed by us, you can now purchase a second pair for a discounted price of $200! *   Having a second pair Read more
  • What to Do When You Keep Getting Blisters
    A foot blister is a small pocket of fluid that forms on the foot. Blisters can be painful while they heal. Foot blisters are caused by several things, including friction, Read more
  • Basic Foot Care Guidelines
    Foot care is something that is important to your overall well-being and is something that is often overlooked. There are some basic guidelines you can follow in order to keep Read more
  • What You Can Do About Hammertoes
    When most people think about foot deformities they most often think about bunions; however, hammertoes are just as common. This unassuming deformity comes about gradually, so you may not even Read more

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