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Bunion Correction Surgery & What to Expect

Published on April 12th, 2018

If you have a bunion on one or both of your feet, you’ll know. Bunions are bony bumps that form at the inner or outer edge of the base of your big toe. The bump itself is made of both bone and soft tissue and wearing shoes that are too small or too narrow can […]

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Treating Plantar Warts

Published on April 5th, 2018

Warts are a not-so-glamorous topic that many people experience but may not necessarily want to talk about. As podiatrists, we are especially concerned with plantar warts, or warts that appear inconveniently on your feet, maybe even making it difficult to walk normally. While warts aren’t a serious health condition, they can be frustrating to get […]

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Treating Arthritis in the Foot

Published on March 28th, 2018

For those with arthritis, they know how painful it can truly be. Around 15 to 20 percent of Americans over the age of 40 actually suffer from some degree of arthritis of the toe! Toe arthritis is caused by inflammation of the toe joint, and while other toes can be affected, the big toe is […]

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Athlete’s Foot & How to Prevent It

Published on March 14th, 2018

If you’ve noticed your feet are unusually inflamed on your soles or in-between your toes, this could be a sign of athlete’s foot. It often appears as a scaly, raw blister that may even ooze. Although it’s not very glamorous, it’s the reality both athletes and non-athletes have to deal with on a daily basis. […]

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Causes of Foot & Ankle Stress Fractures

Published on March 7th, 2018

Maybe you’ve spent the winter months training for an upcoming race or maybe you slipped and twisted your ankle on a patch of black ice. You haven’t quite recovered and can’t pin down what’s wrong. We wanted to outline common causes of stress fractures in runners, so you can address your injury and heal in […]

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