5 Ways Nurses Can Reduce Their Foot Pain| South Park Podiatrist

August 13, 2019
It’s no myth that nurses spend a lot of time on their feet. According to a study in Permanente Journal, an average nurse walks up to 5 miles during a day shift, and 3 miles during a night shift. Furthermore, most of all this walking and weight bearing is on hard...
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Pedicure Safety Tips from a South Park Podiatrist

June 18, 2019
Getting a pedicure is a relaxing way to treat yourself and make sure that your toes look their best. However, if you’re not careful, an unsanitary pedicure can put your feet at serious risk for an infection. In today’s blog post, our South Park podiatrist shares tips to making sure...
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What Causes Peripheral Neuropathy? Ask a South Park Podiatrist

November 18, 2018
Peripheral neuropathy is a condition characterized by pain, tingling, numbness, and weakness that can manifest in both the hands and feet. While we know what peripheral neuropathy feels like, it can be difficult to pinpoint exactly what is causing it. In fact, there are a variety of underlying conditions that...
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Will A Bunion Bootie Help You? Ask Our South Park Foot Doctor

December 29, 2017
What is a Bunion Bootie? It is important for you to see our South Park podiatrist if you are bothered by bunions. A bunion bootie is one of the things that your podiatrist may recommend. It works by creating a barrier between your footwear and the bunion. This helps reduce...
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5 Common Treatments for Plantar Warts Shared By Our South Park Podiatrist

December 5, 2017
If you find yourself in constant stress of annoying or even painful warts, you should start planning on treating them with medications or all-natural home remedies. However, if even those options don’t work, we suggest consulting a South Park podiatrist. In the meantime, consider the following five common treatment plans...
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South Park Foot Surgeon Explains How to Recover From Achilles Tendon Surgery

January 4, 2017
An Achilles tendon tear is a hurtful injury. Tendon repair, surgery, reconnects the ends of the broken tendon. After surgery, the patient will likely feel fatigued for several days. The ankle and lower leg areas may swell. Ice can help reduce the swelling. In several days the swelling should subside...
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