Our Harrisburg Podiatrist Recommends the Most Comfortable Types of Shoes for Women

November 25, 2019
When it comes to having happy feet, finding a comfortable pair of shoes is essential. But with so many styles, brands, and materials on the market, it can be difficult knowing which types of shoes can help you avoid foot and ankle pain. In today’s post, our Harrisburg NC podiatrist...
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Our Harrisburg Foot Doctor Discusses How to Prevent Plantar Warts

November 19, 2019
All warts have the same cause, regardless of where they appear: A strand of human papillomavirus, or HPV, entering the body through a cut or other opening. If you have had plantar warts before, and aren’t keen on getting one again, here are some steps you can avoid HPV and...
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Ask a Harrisburg NC Podiatry Clinic: How to Relieve Shin Splints

September 10, 2019
Characterized by irritated, swollen muscles in the lower legs, shin splints are usually caused by increasing mileage too rapidly, or by suddenly switching from soft to hard terrain. Fortunately, shin splints often go away on their own, so treatment mainly involves relieving the painful symptoms. If you’re suffering from shin...
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Painful Knees? Harrisburg Podiatrist Explains How Losing Weight Can Help

August 6, 2019
How Losing Weight Can Relieve the Pressure on Your Knees It’s a well-documented fact that weight loss offers a host of benefits to the body’s overall health. But what you may not know is how weight loss helps those experiencing knee and foot pain experience relief. Studies have shown that...
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5 Ways & 5 Reasons Why You Should Stretch Your Achilles Tendon Daily

December 5, 2018
Proper stretching of the lower extremities, especially before a run or workout, can have substantial benefits. From reducing the chance of a sprain to ensuring healthy tendons and ligaments, regular stretching can have quite an impact. The following five benefits serve to showcase some of the reasons why Achilles tendon...
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Don’t Let Athlete’s Foot Get You Down! Ask a Harrisburg Foot Doctor

September 19, 2018
No Need to Fret… Athlete’s Foot Can Be Treated!  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 starts...
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