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Plantar Warts Require a Visit to a Podiatrist

A wart is a soft tissue condition caused by the human papillomavirus. When this virus enters your body through cracks or tiny cuts on the bottom of your feet, they can cause plantar warts. These small growths typically develop on your heels or other weight-bearing spots on your feet, which causes them to grow inward,

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Treat unhealthy nails

Over the past year there has been a rise in neglect of our feet and especially the toenails. Treat those discolored nails now so you are ready to show off you feet in the summer. Laser treatment is a great non-invasive and safe option.

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Virtual Visits during quarantine

What is the quarantine doing to your feet? Walking around barefoot, with socks or house slippers can put you at increased risk for foot problems, including plantar fasciitis, tendinitis and metatarsalgia. Don’t neglect your foot pain. We are available for virtual visits and in-office through the holidays. The post Virtual Visits during quarantine appeared first

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November is National Diabetes Awareness Month!

Diabetes affects millions of people every year. This health condition disproportionately affects Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) communities. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that prevalence of diabetes diagnoses is 14.7 percent among American Indians/Alaska Natives, nearly double that of white people (7.5 percent) in the United States. Diabetes has

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What lies beneath?

What lies hidden in the grass, dirt or sand can definitely wreak havoc on bare feet. From nails, shards of glass, slivers of wood, pieces of seashell at the beach, thorns from trees and plants or sometimes discarded toothpicks, each can puncture the skin of the foot and cause serious injury. Even after the object

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Ingrown Toenail

WHAT IS AN INGROWN TOENAIL? An ingrown toenail is a common condition, usually of the big toe, where the nail cuts into the surrounding nail bed causing an infection and pain.  If you trim your toenails too short, particularly on the sides of your big toes, you may set the stage for an ingrown toenail.

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Pediatric Foot Care

Foot health is just as important for children as it is for adults. Common podiatric issues the affect children are: flatfoot deformity or rigid pediatric flatfoot, where the arch portion does not have the characteristic upward curve gait abnormalities that affect the way your child walks and moves and impedes their ability to participate in

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Custom Foot Orthotics

Custom orthotics are medical shoe inserts that support and gently reposition the heel, arch, muscles, ligaments, tendons, and bones in the feet. Orthotics enable the structures in the foot to work together as nature intended, making each step pain-free. Unlike over-the-counter shoe inserts, custom orthotics are created from your own unique foot impression and are

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