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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Do I Need Foot Surgery? Our Concord Foot Surgeon Shares What To Look For

June 5, 2018
If you are having foot problems, then you may be thinking about foot surgery. However, Concord podiatrists do not always recommend this. There are several factors that have to be taken into consideration before you get surgery. When Non-Surgical Methods Have Failed  Regardless of the type of disease or injury...
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3 Important Reasons to Care For Your Feet As You Age

March 13, 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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Practice Good Diabetes Foot Care With 8 Quick Tips from Our Harrisburg Podiatrists

February 6, 2018
Diabetes is a condition in which the pancreas fails to produce insulin at all or does not produce enough insulin to remove excess amounts of glucose from the body. The buildup of sugar in the blood weakens blood vessels throughout the body, which can lead to cardiovascular disease, kidney disease...
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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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Correcting Pigeon Toes with Exercise & Seeing Our Harrisburg NC Podiatrist

October 3, 2017
When babies are born, their feet are usually flat and have soft and relatively flexible bones. It is normal for young children to have pigeon toes (intoe) when they start walking. As a child’s bones grow and harden they will also rotate, giving the foot and legs definite shape as...
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