Bracing for March Madness: How to Keep Your Feet and Ankles Safe This Season – Sports Podiatrists in Concord NC

March 5, 2019
The Most Common Basketball Injuries to Watch Out For Spring is in the air, and so is the excitement for March Madness. The conference tournaments are already tipping off, and college basketball fans everywhere are looking forward to 67 action-filled games full of upsets and memorable moments. Of course, all...
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3 Important Reasons to Care For Your Feet As You Age

December 18, 2018
As you age, your feet change. Some conditions are more likely to affect older people, such as arthritis, poor circulation and a lack of collagen. In order to combat these three changes in your feet, it is important to take precautionary measures. 3. Arthritis It is estimated that half of...
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Quick Tips from Our Concord Foot Surgeon to be Non-Weight Bearing After Foot Surgery

November 20, 2018
You’re getting ready for an upcoming ankle or foot surgery and are expected not to put weight on it after the procedure, per your orthopedic surgeon’s orders for proper healing. What activities constitute weight-bearing, and how are you going to get from place to place while healing? What is non-weight...
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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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When Is It Time to Address Pediatric Flat Feet?

June 27, 2018
What is Pediatric Flat Foot? Having a flat foot means that the natural foot arch shrinks when you stand up. Sometimes, the arch shrinks but is still noticeable, and sometimes it disappears altogether. Both adults and children can have flatfoot, and whether and when you address the issue is related...
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