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Bunions: Symptoms, Causes and When to See A Doctor
A bunion is a painful, bony bump that forms on the joint at the base of the big toe. Bunions develop slowly and form ...

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How To Find The Best Podiatrist For Your Health Concerns
Few medical issues are ever exactly the same, and when it comes to the health of your feet and ankles, you want to go to a ...

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What Could Be Causing Your Ankle Pain?
As many as 75% of Americans will experience foot health problems of varying degrees of severity at one time or another ...

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Foot Pain? Could Be Plantar Fasciitis
Plantar Fasciitis is one of the most common causes of foot pain, affecting about 10% of the population. It is a relatively ...

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Foot Ulcers and Diabetes: How to Protect Your Toes
Diabetes affects many people. In fact, nearly 4.1 million adults in the United States ...

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Three Reasons to Visit a Foot and Ankle Specialist
The American Association of Diabetes Educators reports that there were about 30.3 million Americans living with diabetes...

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When Is it Time to See a Specialist?
Health issues with your feet and ankles are actually surprisingly common for most people...

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How To Choose A Foot and Ankle Specialist
The number of people with foot problems continue to increase. Current statistics from Mayo Clinic indicate that more than...

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All About Diabetic Foot Care
Did you know that approximately three-quarters of Americans will experience some type of foot problem at some point in time?

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Most Common Foot Issues (& How to Prevent Them)
In the United States, about 10% of people are affected by Plantar Fasciitis. That is a pretty large percent.

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Dealing With Diabetes
According to the American Association of Diabetes Educators, there was a reported 30.3 million people living with diabetes at the end of 2017--that’s 9.4% of the US population!

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Seven Questions to Ask Your Podiatrist
A podiatrist is a medically trained professional who treats the foot and ankle. They can also perform surgery, if necessary.

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3 Common Diabetic Foot Problems
If you've recently been diagnosed with diabetes or prediabetes, you're not alone. The American Association of Diabetes Educators 4.1 million...

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4 Signs It’s Time to See A Foot and Ankle Specialist
Having foot and ankle health issues is surprisingly common. In fact, as many as 75% of Americans will experience foot health problems of varying degrees of severity at one time or another in their lives.

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Right Foot, Left Foot, Good Foot, Bad Foot
Take two steps forward and tell me what you feel. Is there a blister burning on the pinky toe of your right foot? Maybe that odd bump on the heel of your left foot...

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'Heeling' The Pain
Heel pain is actually an extremely common affliction that has a variety of different causes. These include stress fractures, arthritis, nerve irritation, cysts, tendonitis and most often, plantar fasciitis.

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Diabetes And Podiatry: What's The Connection?
According to the American Association of Diabetes Educators, there was a reported 30.3 million people living with diabetes at the end of 2017.

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The 4 Top Tips to Find the Right Foot Doctor
If you have pain in your feet, you are not alone

 

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How To Find The Right Podiatrist For You
You want to make sure your podiatrist is the best possible

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3 FOOT ISSUES
Even minor foot issues can grow to excruciating levels of pain.

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Signs you should visit a podiatrist
Podiatrists are healthcare professionals that treat conditions in the feet and lower limbs.

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Athletes Foot
Athlete’s foot got its name from how common it can be among athletes.

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Peripheral Artery Disease
The lower legs are the parts of the body most adversely impacted by peripheral artery disease (PAD), but lack of blood flow means every problem affecting the feet takes longer to heal.

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Flatfoot: When Your Arches Fall
Flatfoot is characterized by a lack of appropriate arch in the inner foot. In some cases, the fallen arches can be pretty severe, causing the entire soles of your feet to make contact with the ground.

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What The Wart?
Warts. The condition that is actually as unsightly as its name. While the pesky little growths can appear menacing, they are a benign (noncancerous) problem.

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Onychomycosis

Oh My, Onychomycosis
While the word may sound like some kind of scientific experiment, onychomycosis is a fancy term for a fungal infection of either the toenails or fingernails.

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Hammertoes

Keep Calm and...Hammer On?
Hammer toes: the foot condition that is named after exactly what it sounds like. Although it might not come up in everyday conversation, it’s actually quite common--with more than 200,000 cases per year.

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Selecting How You Stretch: Static vs. Dynamic
Not everyone is aware that there are actually two types of stretching. Even more so, that both types serve different purposes depending on the kind of workout you’re doing.

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Ready, Set, Go Get The Anti-Fungal!
Athlete’s Foot is a common problem that is typically contracted in damp, communal places such as public swimming pools, locker rooms, and gyms (where most athletes hang out).

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Bye, Bye Bunions!
Bunions are most often found on the inner foot near the big toe, but can sometimes be located on the fifth toe. While they can be painful, they’re actually a very common foot condition.

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The Revolutionary Treatment: Laser Therapy
In 1917, well-known genius Albert Einstein first explained the theory of stimulated emission, establishing the foundation for the laser as an effective therapy mechanism.

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