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  • October 2018 Podiatry Newsletter

    Foot Care for Hikers Walking and hiking are a great way to get exercise to enjoy the outdoors. Before hitting the trails this fall, remember the work your feet are going to be doing! Take a few measures to make sure your feet stay comfortable and supported throughout your journey. Footwear The most

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  • September 2018 Podiatry Newsletter

    How to Care for a Nail Bed after Trauma Have you ever had your finger accidentally slammed in a door? Have you ever stubbed your toe so hard that the nail fell off? A fingernail or a toenail can be injured by traumatic events such as these and this kind of trauma often results in blood buildup under

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  • August 2018 Podiatric Newsletter

    There are all sorts of reasons why a patient may experience pain on the top of their foot. In the absence of a particular injury, the cause is likely to be something which will get worse without intervention. We want our patients to understand the importance of visiting a podiatrist whenever pain lasts

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  • July 2018 Podiatric Newsletter

    Peripheral Artery Disease and Feet When people suffer from bad circulation, their feet could be in peril. 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. It is particularly

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  • June 2018 Podiatry Newsletter

    Keep Feet Neat For Summer The warmer months are upon us, which means it’s time to ditch the boots and sneakers, for flip-flops and open-toed shoes. Before you swap out the socks for bare feet, there are some concerns to keep in mind. Spending more time outdoors whether it’s with your feet buried

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  • May 2018 Podiatry Newsletter

    Bunion Basics Bunions are a fairly common foot woe. A bunion looks like a big bump on the outside of the big toe, but it is actually caused by a deformity of the bones in the foot. Certain people are more likely to develop bunions due to genetics or the condition arthritis, and others develop bunions

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  • April 2018 Podiatry Newsletter

    Ingrown Nails and Hangnails Problems with nails and the surrounding skin aren’t always just a cosmetic issue; they can indicate or pose a threat to a person’s health, as well. Ingrown nails and hangnails are two issues which are particularly common and deserve to be taken seriously. If left untreated,

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  • March 2018 Podiatry Newsletter

    Foot Care During Pregnancy The female body goes through a lot of changes to accommodate a pregnancy, from head to toe. It’s important to keep legs and feet healthy during pregnancy for proper support throughout and to prevent avoidable pain. If you or someone you know is expecting, here are some

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  • Feb 2018 Podiatry Newsletter

    Foot and Ankle Strengthening Exercises Our feet lay the foundation for our joints, ligaments, tendons, and the weight of our body. If we don’t keep them strong, our foundation will crumble and these extremities will suffer. Keeping our feet and ankles strong and flexible help reduce pain in them

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  • January 2018 Podiatry Newsletter

    Selecting Proper Shoes for Children A child will need various pairs of shoes as they grow. Shoes that don’t fit correctly can lead to all kinds of problems for their feet, including calluses and bunions, hammertoes, and even ingrown toenails. All of these issues can be prevented just by carefully

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  • December 2017 Podiatry Newsletter

    Raynaud’s Disease and Cold Weather If you’re spending the winter holidays somewhere cold, you need to know how to protect your feet. That’s especially true if you’ve ever noticed them becoming discolored, numb, or painful. While these symptoms are expected if a person is exposed to cold conditions

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  • November Podiatry Newsletter

    Friction Blisters We’re approaching the time of year when many people switch out their daily footwear, making this a good time to discuss the basics of blister care. Prevention is always important, but should a blister on the foot develop, it’s important to know what you can do on your own and what

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  • October 2017 Podiatry Newsletter

    Burning Foot Pain: Why Your Feet are Inexplicably Warm If you’ve ever felt like your feet are standing on a bed of hot coals, you might be wondering why this happens. Well, we are here to explain. Experiencing a burning sensation in the feet is a very common problem and can affect any person at any

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