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Corns and Calluses: Part Two

Last month’s article focused on the symptoms and diagnosis of corns and calluses. This month’s article will focus on prevention and treatment. Prevention In most… Continue Reading

Foot and Ankle Injuries

Broken bones, dislocations, sprains, contusions, infections, and other serious injuries can occur at any time. Early attention is vitally important. Whenever you sustain a foot… Continue Reading

Minimally Invasive Foot Surgery – Permanent Cure For Bunions, Hammertoes and Calluses

You only get one pair to last a lifetime, and most people will clock over 70,000 miles on a pair of feet in a 70… Continue Reading

Treating the Most Common Fungal Problems

A fungus is a common mold that thrives in dark, warm, moist areas. On the feet, it can grow on and between toes, as well… Continue Reading

Corns and Calluses: Part One

A corn is a form of callus that is protective thickening of the skin on a bony, knobby portion of a toe. At the center… Continue Reading

Orthotics For Your Feet

Orthotics are shoe inserts that are intended to correct an abnormal, or irregular, walking pattern. Orthotics are “arch supports.” They perform functions that make standing,… Continue Reading

Pressure Ulcers

What Are Pressure Ulcers? Pressure ulcers are sores that occur when pressure cuts off the blood supply to the skin. The ball of the foot,… Continue Reading

Importance Of Regular Foot Check-Ups

The sun has always been viewed as the primary cause of skin cancer, due to the fact that it is often found on the parts… Continue Reading

Caring For Your Children’s Feet

You worry about your children’s teeth, eyes, and other parts of the body. But what do you do about your child’s feet – those still-developing… Continue Reading

Swollen Toe Or Ankle? It Could Be a Gout Attack

What Is Gout? Have you ever been awakened at night by a hot, painful feeling in your big toe or ankle? Did the painful joint… Continue Reading

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