Want to Run a Marathon in 2020? Hit Your Goal with these Tips from Our Concord Podiatrist

January 1, 2020
This is it: the year you’re going to run a marathon, half-marathon, 10k, or even 5k race. Awesome! Whatever your fitness goals from the upcoming year, here are some tips from our Concord NC podiatrist that will help protect your feet, knees, and ankles as you train.  Start Your Training...
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How to Treat Hammer Toe at Home from a South Park Foot Surgeon

November 5, 2019
Hammer toe is the most common deformity of the second, third, or fourth toe. While some people can manage the condition with simple lifestyle changes, others may require foot surgery. In today’s post, our South Park foot surgeon will discuss ways you can treat hammer toe at home, and what...
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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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Spread the Word: Ryan Foot & Ankle Clinic Annual Shoe & Sock Drive

October 1, 2019
As a podiatry clinic in Concord NC, Ryan Foot & Ankle Clinic knows first-hand how critical shoes are to the health of an individual, not to mention the basic opportunities available to those who have footwear, such as the ability to enter retail establishments, go to school/work and to help...
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What High Heels Really Do to Your Feet – Ask a Concord NC Podiatrist

August 20, 2019
In the Western world, few things are seen as stylish and glamorous as a pair of high heels—the higher, the better. However, the fact that high heels hurt your feet is far from a secret. Today, our Concord NC podiatrist explains how high heels really put your feet—and entire body—at...
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7 Foot Care Tips for Patients with Diabetes, from Our Charlotte University Podiatrist

July 9, 2019
For patients with diabetes, simple activities like walking barefoot or wearing sandals can be dangerous. Since diabetic people often have poor circulation and nerve damage in their feet, small cuts or burns can become a big problem. By taking the precautions below, you protect your feet for the long run....
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