Do You Know the Symptoms and Causes of Plantar Warts?

January 17, 2018
Plantar warts are small warts that appear on the bottom of your foot. Although they usually don’t cause pain and will disappear on their own, you can lower your risk for developing plantar warts by understanding the causes and symptoms. Plantar Wart Symptoms The most obvious sign of a plantar...
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Information About Diabetic Foot Care Products to Help Keep Your Feet Healthy

January 3, 2018
Foot problems for diabetics are a concern. Diabetics are at an increased risk for a number of foot problems. However, there are many products that can help you keep your feet healthy. Wound Care Shoes, Socks and Insoles Your University Area podiatrist recommends that you keep your feet covered at...
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Will A Bunion Bootie Help You? Our South Park Foot Doctor Shares More.

December 29, 2017
What is a Bunion Bootie? It is important for you to see our South Park podiatrist if you are bothered by bunions. A bunion bootie is one of the things that your podiatrist may recommend. It works by creating a barrier between your footwear and the bunion. This helps reduce...
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South Park Podiatrist Helps Patients Create a Plan After Your Achilles Tendon Surgery

December 13, 2017
An Achilles tendon tear is a hurtful injury. Tendon repair, surgery, reconnects the ends of the broken tendon. After surgery, the patient will likely feel fatigued for several days. The ankle and lower leg areas may swell. Ice can help reduce the swelling. In several days the swelling should subside...
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5 Common Treatments for Plantar Warts Shared By Our South Park Podiatrist

December 5, 2017
Luckily, most plantar warts simply fade away, without any need for medical treatment, although this process can take up to two years. If you find yourself in constant stress of annoying or even painful warts, you should start planning on treating them with medications or all-natural home remedies. However, if...
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Know the Importance of Foot Care if You Have Diabetes

November 27, 2017
Diabetes is a chronic disease that literally affects every cell in your body. It can damage the blood vessels and nerves, which means nutrients and oxygen may not get to the cells and you may become less sensitive to pressure or pain. That’s why proper foot care is so important...
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