• Reasons to Consider Foot Surgery
    Here are some reasons why you may want to consider surgery if you are dealing with serious foot problems. When more conservative methods for handling your foot or ankle problems aren’t Read more
  • Expert Corn Removal: Finding the Best Treatment for Painful Corns
    Corns are thickened areas of skin that develop in response to excessive pressure and friction.  This can occur when one toe rubs repeatedly against another, or when the toes rub Read more
  • Heel Pain? Seek Expert Care from Your Podiatrist
    Heel pain is one of the leading problems that cause patients to visit their podiatrist, and it’s no wonder. The relentless ache in the bottom of your foot or the Read more
  • Foot Surgery: Get Back on Your Feet
    When foot problems don’t respond to conservative treatments, your podiatrist may recommend surgery to relieve pain, correct a foot deformity or restore function in your foot and/or ankle. Podiatric surgery is Read more
  • Bunionectomy: A Surgical Solution to Bunions
    Characterized by a large, unsightly bump on the side of the big toe joint, bunions signal an underlying deformity in the structure of the foot. Left untreated, bunions may become Read more
  • Reasons Why You May Be Experiencing Foot Pain
    Not all foot and ankle problems warrant an appointment with a podiatrist. In some cases, rest, ice or even a change in footwear is enough to reduce the pain and Read more
  • How to Purchase Foot-Friendly Shoes
    Foot fashions have certainly changed a lot over the decades. From light-up sneakers to Ugg boots, many people enjoy having fashion-forward shoes. However, these same shoes that you might enjoy Read more
  • Running Shoes: Minimizing Foot Problems for Optimal Training
    If you’re a runner, then you know that your shoes are an integral piece of equipment when it comes to comfort, performance and injury prevention.  Your foot type and function Read more
  • Ready to Run? Visit Your Podiatrist First
    Your feet are made up of 26 bones, 33 joints, 112 ligaments and a vast network of tendons, nerves and blood vessels.  Each of these parts works in harmony, enabling Read more
  • Got Turf Toe?
    Turf toe is a sprain of the joint just below the big toe, also known as the first metatarsophalangeal (MTP) joint.  Although it’s a condition most commonly associated with dancers, Read more

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