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Just a Reminder!

Just a small reminder that we will be closed Thursday 11/24 as well as Friday 11/25 Renaissance Foot and Ankle Center will be closed and we are also closing early Wednesday 11/23. Make sure to call and set your appointment before!

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Diabetic Foot Care During the Winter

With the temperature dropping, it is now more important than ever to make sure that you are properly caring for and paying attention to you diabetic feet. Here re some tips to ensure that you are doing all you can to keep those happy feet. Call us today to schedule your appointment and meet with

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Age and its Effect on Your Feet

Your feet are already often neglected and as you get older that only becomes worse. As you get older your feet face a number of negative effects that alter your health Age Related Foot & Ankle problems Foot Deformities Bunions, hammertoes, flatfeet, etc Skin and Nail Changes Decreased Bone Strength Arthritis Toenail Changes Thickening, discoloration,

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Fall Book Recs

Looking for some nooks to curl up by the fire with? Here’s what our staff is reading! Left on Tenth: A Second Chance at Life By: Delia Ephron After the long illness and death of her older sister, Nora, and the long illness and death of her first husband, Jerry, Delia Ephron was stunned—if not

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So You Think You May Have a Neuroma

Neuromas are a very common condition What is a Neuroma A compression on a nerve Irritates the nerve and causes it to thicken/get bigger What can cause a Neuroma Certain shoes (tapered show tor boxes, high heels, etc.) Specific foot structures (high arches) Certain activities (Repetitive irritation, high impact, etc.) Signs and symptoms Pain Tingling,

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Peripheral Artery Disease and Your Feet

Peripheral Arterial Disease or PAD is a circulatory disease that is a result of narrowed arteries in your body that can ultimately lead to reduced blood flow in your limbs. Peripheral arteries are important because they are in charge of bringing blood to your arms and legs. What does it mean if I have PAD

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Office Hours

Monday: 8:00am 5:00pm
Tuesday: 8:00am 5:00pm
Wednesday: 9:00am 7:00pm
Thursday: 8:00am 5:00pm
Friday: 8:00am 4:00pm

Our Office

Podiatrists in Greenbelt, MD
7223 Hanover Parkway Suite B
Greenbelt, MD 20770
(301) 441-2655
 (301) 441-2656