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  • March 2020 Podiatry Newsletter

    Treatments for Plantar Warts Warts, those fleshy blobs usually found on the bottoms of feet, are a common problem. They can be painful as well as embarrassing, and the virus that causes them is contagious. However, podiatrists offer a variety of treatments for warts, with more advanced options available

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  • February 2020 Podiatry Newsletter

    If you’re a Greek mythology buff, you’ve definitely heard of Achilles. He was an indestructible warrior except for one spot: his heel. The myth lives on today with the largest tendon in the body being named the Achilles tendon. It runs from the back of the heel up the leg. Just like Achilles, the

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  • January 2020 Podiatry Newsletter

    Fallen Arches Acquired in Adulthood The foot’s arched structure is what allows it to comfortably flex and distribute weight. Force generated in the calf muscles transfers through the long bones of the foot’s midsection to its front, allowing a person to walk normally. But fallen arches are a common

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  • December 2019 Podiatry Newsletter

    Your Guide to Pediatric Foot Deformities Foot deformities are scary, especially for parents of a child who was born with one or has developed a deformity over time. Though the treatment of foot deformities in children differs greatly from the treatment used on adults, there is still a lot that can be

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  • November 2019 Podiatry Newsletter

    Elderly Foot Care By the time you reach your golden years, your feet are undoubtedly tired! They’ve spent a lifetime of walking. It’s why many elderly patients struggle with foot pain and health. It puts them at an increased risk for podiatric injury due to long-term use. Injuries are especially

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  • October 2019 Podiatry Newsletter

    Foot Care for Runners Whereas an artist gives special care and attention to their hands, a runner must do the same for their feet. Think about it. Your feet withstand your weight and move you forward all day every day. Along with your knees, they absorb the most force while you run. There are a few general

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  • September 2019 Podiatry Newsletter

    Tibial Nerve Disorders If you experience burning, shooting pains or numbness in a part of your foot or lower leg, you may assume that you have overused your muscles. It is true that wear to the muscles and joints sometimes cause foot pain, especially when a person has used their feet for an extended

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  • August 2019 Podiatry Newsletter

    Corns and Calluses Every time we stand up, walk or run, we’re putting pressure on our feet. Weight is distributed through the heel and on the ball of the foot. The skin is thicker in this area for protection, but what happens when the force becomes too great? Corns and calluses form as a defensive

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  • July 2019 Podiatry Newsletter

    Toe Deformities Hammers, claws, and mallets; they sound like the goods at a hardware store, but may actually refer to people’s toes. There are three joints in our toes: the metatarsophalangeal joint, where the toe meets the foot, the proximal interphalangeal joint, where it bends in the middle, and

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  • June 2019 Podiatry Newsletter

    Dry & Cracked Heels With summer just around the corner, you’re going to want your feet in tip-top shape for sandal season. Dry and cracked skin can prevent you from having fun in the sun. Dry skin is irritating and can create cracks along the heels. Not only is this painful, but these cracks can let

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  • May 2019 Podiatry Newsletter

    Living With Arthritis Arthritis is one of the most common causes of disability and discomfort in the world. Literally meaning “joint inflammation,” it can result from several different kinds of conditions. Often, the feet and ankles are among the body parts most severely affected, which is why podiatrists

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  • April Podiatry Newsletter

    National Foot Health Awareness Month April is National Foot Health Awareness Month and is great opportunity to inform people about how to protect themselves. The average person takes 10,000 steps a day which adds up to more than three million steps per year. With so many miles being put on your feet

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  • Podiatry Newsletter March 2019

    Cheerleading Safety This March marks National Cheerleading Safety Month. In 2012, the American Academy of Pediatrics issued its first standardized recommendations for cheerleading safety, and more schools and youth groups are recognizing the importance of gaining certification. Cheerleading is the sport

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  • February 2019 Podiatry Newsletter

    Foot Health for Seniors The health of your feet is crucial to maintaining your balance and overall comfort, and that doesn’t end as you get older. A lifetime of pressure can cause a break-down in joint cartilage, but every podiatrist offers ways of preventing or reversing harm. With knowledge of what

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  • January 2019 Podiatry Newsletter

    Signs You Should Visit a Podiatrist Podiatrists are healthcare professionals that treat conditions in the feet and lower limbs. Among those are fungi that are growing on your toenails or skin, damage to the foot bones, ligaments, and tendons, and metabolic or immune system disorders that particularly

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  • 2018 Podiatry Newsletter

    Athlete’s Foot Athlete’s foot got its name from how common it can be among athletes, but it is an infection caused by a fungus, so anyone can get it if they aren’t taking care of their feet. This type of fungus can live in and feed off of dead skin, so your feet are the ideal place for it to

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