Podiatry Blog: Information on Foot & Ankle Related Issues

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Posted Wed, May 01, 2024
After a long winter, it’s tempting to expose as much skin as possible. However, with sunshine comes some risks, particularly for your feet.
Posted Mon, Apr 01, 2024
Our feet are the foundation that carries us through life. They allow us to walk, run, jump, and explore the world around us.
Posted Fri, Mar 01, 2024
Health experts agree that travel is good for your mental and physical well-being with benefits that include improved heart health and lower stress levels,
Posted Fri, Mar 01, 2024
Our feet are surprisingly complex, bearing the weight of our bodies and facilitating movement throughout our lives.
Posted Mon, Jan 01, 2024
Running, especially long-distance running, has never been more popular in the United States as more and more people have laced up
Posted Fri, Dec 01, 2023
Bunions, while often associated with discomfort and changes in foot appearance, can be a manageable condition with the right knowledge and care.
Posted Thu, Nov 02, 2023
Diabetes is a condition that affects about 30 million people in the United States alone. This is a disease that is related to the body’s inability to properly regulate blood sugar levels.
Posted Sun, Oct 01, 2023
Pain, itching that you cannot relieve, and a burn between the toes are all symptoms of athlete's foot, a fungal skin infection that typically starts in the toes and moves its way up.
Posted Tue, Aug 01, 2023
Tarsal tunnel syndrome (TTS) is a relatively rare but significant disorder that can cause discomfort and pain in the foot and ankle, including burning, tingling, or numbness sensations.
Posted Sat, Jul 01, 2023
Healthy nails are not only aesthetically pleasing but also an indicator of overall well-being. However, when toenails develop a yellow discoloration,