Our South Park Podiatrist Creates a Plan of Care for Your Achilles Tendon Surgery

October 25, 2018
Post-Surgical Rehab Plan is Essential After Achilles Tendon Surgery If you’re considering Achilles tendon surgery performed by a local South Park podiatrist to correct an acute rupture or chronic tendinopathy, it’s in your best interest to develop a rehabilitation plan following the procedure. The reasons for this is that research...
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What Causes Peripheral Neuropathy?

October 18, 2018
Peripheral neuropathy is a condition characterized by pain, tingling, numbness, and weakness that can manifest in both the hands and feet. While we know what peripheral neuropathy feels like, it can be difficult to pinpoint exactly what is causing it. In fact, there are a variety of underlying conditions that...
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Treatment for Plantar Warts from Our Foot Doctor in Concord

October 11, 2018
Don’t Suffer With Plantar Warts If you have tried to get rid of plantar warts with over-the-counter remedies with little or no success, it’s time to visit our experienced foot doctor in Concord to have them removed. Plantar warts, for the most part, are unsightly lesions, but if you are...
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Concord Foot Doctor Explains Why Need to Stretch Our Achilles Tendon Daily

October 4, 2018
Everyone can experience tightness in the calfs and ankles at some point or other. This is particularly true in those with an active lifestyle or after an injury. Caring for an injured Achilles is best done under the guidance of our Concord foot doctor, so be sure to consult one...
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Ballantyne Podiatrist Share How to Properly Care for Your Children’s Feet

September 26, 2018
It is important for parents to pay attention to their children’s feet. Protecting your children’s feet can prevent them from developing problems later on down the road. There are several things that our child podiatrists in Ballantyne recommend that people do in order to protect their children’s feet. Wear the...
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Don’t Let Athlete’s Foot Get You Down!

September 19, 2018
No Need to Fret… Athlete’s Foot Can Be Treated! Our  What is Athlete’s Foot? The condition is a fungal infection, and the scientific name of athlete’s foot is tinea pedis. Athlete’s foot, which can actually be experienced on the toenails and hands as well, can occur when the tinea fungus...
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