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  • Why Are My Toes Curling?
    You may be suffering from hammertoes. A hammertoe is a structural deformity in your toes caused by an imbalance of the tendons that start in your leg and end at Read more
  • Foot pain... Relief Cream!
    Releif Cream is a topical pain releiving cream: Its for use on: bruises, backaches sprains, strains and arthritis   Some of the Ingredients inside Relief Cream: Menthol- functions as a rubefacient bringing circulation to Read more
  • Prevent Injuries With The Right Shoes
    Exercise is an important aspect of keeping our bodies healthy and happy. That’s why it’s so important to wear the correct shoes for certain activities. Whether you’re an athlete, workout Read more
  • Flat Feet in Children
    Pediatric Flatfoot What Is Pediatric Flatfoot? Flatfoot is common in both children and adults. When this deformity occurs in children, it is referred to as “pediatric flatfoot.” Although there are various forms Read more
  • Weak Ankles
    Weak ankles- are they really "weak". Weak ankles may be a result of previous ankle injuries, but in some cases they are a congenital (at birth) condition. The ankles can be sore, Read more
  • Custom Orthotics--Are they really better than the Over the Counter Insoles?
      What is a custom orthotic? A custom orthotic is a shoe insert that is made to exactly fit the contour of your foot.  Orthotics are used for a variety of foot Read more
  • Stretching---Is it Really that Important?
    In these times of quarantine, inactivity is at an all-time high, we often have used the excuse there is not time to work out. With Texas opening up the state Read more
  • The Importance of Proper Diabetic Foot Care
    Caring for your feet when you are diabetic is extremely important. Proper diabetic foot care helps prevent infections that could lead to more serious health issues. The risk of infection Read more
  • Diabetic Nerve Pain- Free Yourself!
    Your mother was right- an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure... The best way to prevent Diabetic Neuropathy pain is with tight blood sugar control, therefore Read more
  • Arch Disorders
    The arches of the feet play a role in supporting your body’s weight when standing or in motion. The tarsal and metatarsal bones make up the arches of the feet, Read more
  • Sweaty Feet-- a medical condition?!
    If it is more than just regular sweating during physical activity you may have a condition called. hyperhidrosis. Hyperhidrosis is defined as abnormal excessive sweating that is not associated with Read more
  • Why Advanced Foot and Ankle?
      Our group has called McKinney, Texas home since 1998 and have treated thousands of patients from all over Texas  Drs. Silvers, Lloyd, Witt and Sgro will treat you like family.  Our providers Read more
  • Children's Foot Health
    Is this normal??? As parents we worry about everything. Our children’s foot health can occasionally be cause for worry also. A baby’s feet will carry them throughout life, so it’s important Read more
  • Varicose Veins treatment and Prevention
      Many things can cause varicose veins as a child I thought they were called “very gross veins” and although some feel they are cosmetically unsightly, they are usually benign. What is Read more
  • Treating and Dealing With Athlete's Foot
    Athlete’s foot is a common fungal infection of the feet that is typically characterized by itchy, burning patches of skin between the toes that may also crack or bleed. Since Read more
  • Pediatric Plantar Warts
    My 16-year-old daughter informed me last week that her foot has been bothering her for a few weeks.   She said that she had some bumps along the bottom of her foot Read more

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Monday:

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8:00 am-5:00 pm

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7:30 am-4:00 pm

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