Still in Pain After Your Bunion Surgery? Here Are Some Treatment Options

December 22, 2018
Podiatrists perform bunion surgery to alleviate pain and to restore normal toe and joint alignment. Bunion treatment, offered by our Ballantyne podiatrists, may require wires, plates, or screws to firmly hold bones in place. While surgery can be successful, there are no guarantees that surgery will fully relieve the patient’s...
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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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What Causes Pigeon Toes & How To Fix Them?

August 16, 2018
Most commonly people experience difficulties with their feet and legs due to various ailments. However, sometimes development issues cause these difficulties. What we refer to as “pigeon toes” is one example of difficulties with developmental origins. Identifying Developmental Issues Especially regarding toddlers, it is very important to know what normal...
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Ballantyne Podiatrist Shares All You Need to Know About Achilles Tendinitis

June 6, 2018
Although small, the Achilles tendon plays a vital role in your body: it the calf muscle to the heel bone, allowing you to walk, jump, run, and stand on your tiptoes. This is why injuries such as Achilles tendinitis can be so debilitating. Below is information on this painful condition...
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Eliminate These 3 Foot Issues with Surgery

May 16, 2018
The feet see a great deal of use and abuse every day as they carry the weight of the body and are often squished into narrow, tight or awkwardly-shaped shoes. Over time, this can lead to compressed nerves, pain and unsightly protrusions from the foot. Rather than living with these...
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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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