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  • Taking Care of a Sprained Ankle
    One wrong step and you could just end up dealing with a sprained ankle. A sprain occurs when the ankle suddenly rolls inwards or outwards, which jolts the ankle joint Read more
  • What Causes Toenail Fungus?
    Toenail fungus is a common problem that can be rather challenging to get rid of. While toenail fungus can happen to anyone it most often occurs in older adults. If Read more
  • Taking Care of Little Feet
    A child's feet grow rapidly during the first year, reaching almost half of their adult foot size. This is why podiatrists consider the first year to be the most important Read more
  • Treatment Options for Heel Pain
    Is "grin and bear it" your approach to handling heel pain? Ignoring the pain only prolongs it and may even increase your risk of chronic pain. Dr. Keith Rosenthal of The Foot and Ankle Center can diagnose the source of your heel pain and offer effective treatments. Read more
  • Bunions: Symptoms and Treatment Options
    With the ability to cause nagging discomfort throughout the day and prohibit daily movements as simple as walking, bunions can quickly turn from a barely  noticeable bump on your toe, Read more
  • Dealing With Foot Odor
    The feet have more sweat glands than any other part of the body, which means they have the ability to sweat profusely. With your feet encased in your shoes all Read more
  • Signs and Treatment for Sprained Ankles
    Signs and Treatment for Sprained Ankles Do you have a sprained ankle? Ankle sprains are among the most common injuries. Ankle sprains sprain occur when the ligaments in the ankle are Read more
  • What are Hammertoes?
    A hammertoe is a common foot deformity that affects the middle joint of the smaller toes. As a result, this causes the toes to bend downward. Since this bend causes Read more
  • Treating Diabetic Feet
    Diabetic feet need special care because of decreased circulation, neuropathy, joint deterioration, and more. While your primary care physician may guide you on blood sugar control, medications, a healthy diet, Read more
  • Taking Care of Bunions
    A bunion is one of the most common foot deformities, often affecting the joint at the base of the big toe. Read on to learn more about bunion treatment! Read more
  • Is Plantar Fasciitis Causing Your Heel Pain?
    Is heel pain keeping you down? Pain that occurs following an injury or early in an illness may play a protective role, warning us about the damage we have suffered. Read more
  • What is Achilles Tendonitis?
    Heel pain is one of the most common complaints a podiatrist hears about from patients. If you are dealing with heel pain above the heel bone then you could be Read more
  • What is Sesamoiditis?
    What is Sesamoiditis? Sesamoids are small bones that are only connected to tendons or surrounded in muscle. This only appears in a few places in the body, one of which is Read more
  • What is a Crush Injury?
    What is a Crush Injury? Have a foot crush injury? A crush injury occurs when pressure or force is put on a body part. A foot crush injury may cause pain, Read more
  • Treating Heel Spurs
    Have you been experiencing any heel pain or bothersome tenderness without any obvious cause? Although heel spurs themselves sometimes do not cause acute discomfort, they are frequently associated with the Read more
  • Caring For Arthritic Feet
    Arthritis is a joint condition that affects roughly 54 million American adults according to the Arthritis Foundation. It can show up in joints all around the body, including the feet Read more

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