Blog Articles

When You Should See A Podiatrist for a Wound on Your Feet

You wouldn't ignore a speck in your eye, would you? So, why ignore the “little” wound on your foot? Having healthy feet is an indicator of good health. Read on to discover how a podiatrist can help you diagnose and fix any foot problems.

Mar 12th, 2019
4 Common Causes of Heel Pain

Heel pain can limit your day-to-day activities, causing you to sit on the sidelines while life goes trotting past. Get to the root of your heel pain and find a solution so you can jump feet first back into the game.

Jan 15th, 2019
3 Tips for Keeping Your Toenails Healthy

Fungal toenail infections and ingrown toenails affect millions of people around the country. You probably don't think too much about the health of your toenails, but there are some easy ways to prevent these conditions.

Nov 15th, 2018
Why Surgery Is Typically Required to Treat Hammertoe

Hammertoe can be a painful result of genetics, improper footwear, a high arch, or arthritis. Left untreated, hammertoe will only get worse, and surgery is usually the only sure remedy to restore movement and free you from pain.

Oct 30th, 2018
Getting Back on Your Feet After Podiatric Surgery

Getting back on your feet after podiatric surgery requires patience and proper care. Too much stress too soon after surgery may undo the work you had done. But with the right at-home care, you can get back to doing the things you love.

Aug 23rd, 2018
When Should You See a Podiatrist for an Ingrown Toenail?

Tired of that throbbing discomfort caused by an ingrown toenail, or do you worry about developing a painful infection? Find out when to see the podiatrist for treatment, and get a few tips on how to keep the problem from coming back.

Jul 25th, 2018