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...
read more

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...
read more

Want to Run a Marathon in 2020? Hit Your Goal with these Tips from Our Concord Podiatrist

January 1, 2020
This is it: the year you’re going to run a marathon, half-marathon, 10k, or even 5k race. Awesome! Whatever your fitness goals from the upcoming year, here are some tips from our Concord NC podiatrist that will help protect your feet, knees, and ankles as you train.  Start Your Training...
read more

Flying with Restless Leg Syndrome? Our South Park Podiatrist Suggests Ways to Find Relief

January 1, 2020
If you’re an RLS sufferer planning on taking a lot of trips this year, you may be dreading the upcoming flights and the jittery, pins-and-needles feeling that will accompany them. Luckily, there are some ways to alleviate the discomfort you experience from Restless Leg Syndrome. Learn more below from our...
read more

Our Ballantyne Podiatrist Explains Why Running Shoes Should Only Be Worn for Running

January 1, 2020
There’s a good reason why you can now find special shoes made specifically for lifting weights, CrossFit, or even yoga: most sports activities are easier and safer when you’re wearing footwear specifically designed for it. And, by contrast, wearing footwear for activities it’s not designed for can have negative consequences...
read more

6 Stretches That Can Relieve Shin Splints, From Our Charlotte University Podiatrist

January 1, 2020
Shin splints are one of the most common foot and ankle injuries to affect our patients, especially around the New Year and the start of the Spring sports season. This is because shin splints are primarily caused by suddenly increasing mileage or activity. So, if you’ve spent the last few...
read more