If you’re diabetic, you know how important daily foot care is. Still, sometimes wounds or ulcers can form on the legs, ankles, and feet. With good care, these wounds can heal. Here’s what your podiatrist wants you to know … Read More
Even a minor ankle injury can lead to debilitating pain and reduced mobility. Although ankle pain can often be addressed with conservative treatments such as rest and pain-relief medicine, professional treatment by a foot and ankle doctor may be required … Read More
Up to one in three Americans have bunions or bony bumps that form at the side of the big toe. These bunions cause pain every time you put weight on your feet. You can remove bunions through surgery. But … Read More
Foot warts also referred to as plantar warts, are small lesions that develop on the foot’s weight-bearing areas, such as the heels. Foot warts develop when a strain of the human papillomavirus (HPV) that causes foot warts enters a cut, … Read More
A fractured foot can be very painful and make it difficult to stand, walk, or do any other activity while on your feet. If you believe you have a foot fracture, the best thing you can do is to see … Read More
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