Although most patients can easily recognize a bunion, they often don’t know much about the cause or treatment of this foot disorder.
Food plays an important role in this and other podiatric conditions. In honor of National Nutrition Month, we’d like to take a look at the food/feet connection.
Our goal is help you get relief from foot pain and discomfort. We do this by examining your feet, getting a medical history and conducting imaging and other tests to determine the source of your pain.
We believe in a total body approach to your foot and ankle health care and lowering your risk of heart disease can go a long way to helping you live a long and active life.
Icy, slippery weather isn’t over for Howard County yet, and we know that means an elevated risk of ankle sprains, falls and other foot and ankle injuries.
There are a few possible sources of heel pain, including stress fractures, arthritis, nerve problems, poorly fitting shoes, over exertion and tendonitis. But, the most common cause is a condition known as plantar fasciitis.
Children, especially younger ones, may not be able to articulate specifically what is bothering them about their feet. Below are some important tips for parents in caring for their children’s podiatric health.
Have you found a growth on the bottom of your foot that’s hard and flat, perhaps with tiny black pin points in the center?
Diabetes can impair circulation and nerve function—which can have a significant impact on the health of your feet.
Not only is regular exercise good for your overall health, but it also has particular benefits for your feet and ankles as well.
Plantar fasciitis is a stubborn cause of heel pain due to its tendency to cause the plantar fascia to become swollen.
Laser therapy can disrupt fungus in your toenails with precision and effectiveness using the power of laser energy directed to the tissues underneath the toenail where the fungus resides.
A corn, to put it simply, it is a patch of rough skin that generally forms on the tops and sides of the feet, and between the toes.
One of the best ways to avoid these potentially damaging results is to be diligent about foot care. The following tips are especially important for those with diabetes.
You may not be able to reverse arthritis that has not been treated for a long period of time, but you can take affirmative steps to manage it and slow down any further destruction to your joints.
Dislocations involving your feet and ankles can be severely painful and require long periods of recovery due to the damage they cause. There may not be a break in the bone, but the harm is still uniquely severe.