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Winter Foot Care Diabetics

Here are tips for dressing for exercise in cold weather: For a diabetic, the winter months are a time when more attention than usual should be given to the feet. A local physician tells the Eye on Health team that reduced circulation due to cold weather is only part of the problem. Las Vegas resident

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Office Update

Due to the winter storm today, our office will close at 1pm. We are available by phone for our patients through our emergency line. Stay safe and warm! Posted on January 21, 2014

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Exercising in Cold Weather

Here are tips for dressing for exercise in cold weather: Cotton is not the best material for running in cold weather.  Wear moisture-wicking fabric. Remember Cotton Is Rotten when it comes to cold weather. Dress as though it is 15-20 degrees warmer than it is. Wear snug fitting clothes to keep warm Take the time

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Cracked Heels– A Common Winter Skin Problem

Cracked Heels– A Common Winter Skin Problem With the arrival of winter days, many people start having the problems of dry skin, dandruff, chapped lips and also cracked heels. However, the problem of cracked heels is very common and many people suffer from it. The foot lacks moisture and as a result, it is very

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Winter Storm Pax: Office Closed Thursday, February 13th 2014

Winter Storm Pax is here! For the safety of our staff and patients the office is closed today. For emergencies you can reach the doctor on-call by calling the office at (301) 441-2655 and following the prompts. Storm Tip: Stay indoors today and if you have to go our keep your hands and feet covered

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How to Buy Running Shoes | Runner’s World

Spring is around the corner! (Even though it may not feel like it today) So its time to think of getting out there and getting our body moving. When starting to exercise after hibernating during the winter, don’t wear your worn out sneakers from two years ago. The right equipment make all the difference to

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What you should know about getting pedicures.

Getting your nails down now that Spring is around the corner? Be aware of the possible risks that you may encounter with your next pedicure. Swelling, pain and discoloration should not be ignored and should be examined by a podiatrist. Call our office at (301) 441-2655 for a appointment if you have any of the

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New nail in minutes!

New product provides cosmetic cover for nail conditions! Keryflex creates a flexible nail. This is a patient that had a Keryflex nail restoration performed this week in our office. The process takes less than 30 minutes. She now has a clear nail that she can paint her favorite nail polish color on immediately after the

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Keryflex Nail Restoration

KeryFlex is a safe, non-systemic in-office application to restore the appearance of your natural nails. It can be performed over discolored, ugly and even fungal nails safely. Call our office at (301) 408-8483 to find out more about KeryFlex Nail Restoration system for better looking toenails this summer. Posted on April 3, 2014

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Why Laser Treatment For Toenail Fungus Is So Effective

Treating toenail fungus(“onychomycosis”) has always been a tricky issue for even the best specialists despite the fact that it’s the most common nail disease out there and is estimated to affect almost 40 million people from all walks of life in the United States alone. Before symptoms actually appear superficially, the fungus has already infected

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