Our Concord Foot Doctor Shares Tips to Protect Your Feet and Ankles this Winter

December 17, 2019
From ankle sprains caused by slips and falls, to frostbitten toes, it’s safe to say that winter is not a good time for feet. However, taking a few simple precautions can save you from having to wear an ankle brace all winter (or worse—require foot surgery). Below are a few...
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Halloween Post: Why Warts Are Associated with Witches

October 29, 2019
While the skin color, hair, and accessories tend to vary, no image of a witch is complete without a big, unsightly wart on her nose, chin, or cheeks! Since we are a podiatry clinic specializing in plantar warts, as well as other witchy afflictions like bunions, corns, and ingrown toenails,...
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Bracing for March Madness: How to Keep Your Feet and Ankles Safe This Season

February 25, 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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Ask a Concord Foot Doctor: When Is It Time to Treat Pediatric Flat Foot?

April 4, 2018
Pediatric flatfoot can not only cause your child a lot of pain but also lead to other foot problems in adulthood. While most people agree that children who exhibit symptoms such as pain should receive treatment, there is controversy around the types of treatment for flat feet when the condition...
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The Causes of Peripheral Neuropathy As Explained by Our Concord Podiatrist

March 28, 2018
Peripheral neuropathy occurs when the nerves in your peripheral nervous system are destroyed. This usually happens in your feet, and it can cause a tingling feeling or stabbing or burning pain. The treatment of peripheral neuropathy varies depending on the cause. There are many peripheral neuropathy causes because a number...
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