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An ingrown toenail may seem a minor injury, but they certainly hurt a lot! An inflamed nail can make it extremely painful to walk, and in some cases, your podiatrist or foot doctor may have to remove it surgically to prevent further damage to the toe. The...

Custom foot orthotics can treat many foot and ankle problems. Here are answers to some common questions about orthotics. Q: What are foot orthotics? A: Orthotics are shoe inserts that are used to – relieve pressure reduce pain correct imbalances adjust a biomechanical issue help heal a...

Athlete’s foot is a fungal infection that results in intensely itchy patches on the skin of your feet and between your toes. Other symptoms of Athlete’s foot include dry, flaking skin, redness and, even oozing blisters from a secondary bacterial infection. An experienced podiatrist can help...

Bunions can cause nagging discomfort throughout the day and restrict daily movements. They can quickly turn from a bump on your toe, to a painful deformity. However, if caught and treated early, it can be prevented from developing into a serious issue. Bunion – Signs It usually...

Bone spurs, or osteophytes, are bone overgrowths that commonly form where two bones come together. Normally, foot bone spurs are painless, but when exposed to pressure, bone spurs can make the excess bone rub against nerve endings or soft tissues, causing pain. Causes of Foot Bone...

Runners are familiar with the pain and discomfort caused due to a running injury. It is recommended that you warm up adequately routine before beginning a run to prevent any running injuries. Strengthening your legs will reduce the likelihood of a running injury. This can...

Diabetes can cause several painful foot conditions to develop, including diabetic foot ulcers. This often happens when wounds on the feet do not able to heal properly and develop infections. Left untreated, ulcers may even lead to gangrene, and possible amputation! Many diabetic patients also suffer...

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