Our Ballantyne Podiatrist Shares the Best Low-Impact Fitness Activities for Your Feet & Ankles

February 25, 2020
If you are recovering from a foot or ankle injury, or living with a chronic condition such as rheumatoid arthritis, low-impact exercises can help you stay in shape and reach your fitness goals without pain. In today’s blog post, our Ballantyne foot doctor shares some of the best low-impact activities...
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4 Common Causes of Cold Feet, From Our Charlotte University Podiatrist 

February 18, 2020
Do your feet always feel like blocks of ice, even when the weather is warm? Have you been known to wear thick socks, even on balmy Spring days? If so, an underlying condition may be to blame. In today’s post our Charlotte University podiatrist shares four of the most common...
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Our Ballantyne Podiatrist Answers FAQs About Foot Surgery!

February 11, 2020
If you are having an upcoming foot surgery in Ballantyne, or suspect that you may require foot surgery sometime in the near-future, you may have a lot of questions about the treatment and recovery process. In today’s post, our Ballantyne podiatrist answers some of your most frequently asked questions about...
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How to Keep Your Feet and Ankles Strong as You Age | Harrisburg Podiatrist

February 4, 2020
Even if you have stayed in shape throughout your entire life, it is still likely that your muscles will begin to weaken as you age. Known as sarcopenia, this gradual loss of muscle can begin as early as a patient’s mid-40s. Luckily, there are still actions you can take to keep...
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