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Soccer and Heel Pain in Children

One of the most common soccer injuries we at Advanced Podiatry have seen is the large number of young soccer players complaining of heel pain. This problem is often caused by a Read More

Keep on moving with Advanced Podiatry

              Overall wellness is directly linked to your level of activity. It’s well documented that those of us who exercise regularly get better quality sleep, have Read More

Lateral foot Injuries: Sprains, Fractures, and Nutcrackers

Injuries to the outside of the foot and ankle are very common and wide ranging in severity. Ankle sprains are by far the most common injury to this area of Read More

Gout Causes and Treatment Options

                                            Some of our patients present to the office with Read More

Lots of Celebrities have Foot Issues

                        When we think of bunions, hammertoes and other foot problems, we usually don't associate them with fancy celebrity types.  Read More

Fall Sports

                         As the summer winds down and fall sports step to the forefront many people are getting excited for football Read More

What is Freiberg Disease?

                                                    Freiberg disease is an osteochondrosis of Read More

Don't Let Athlete's Foot Intrude Your Summer

Increased temperature and humidity attract many people to local pools and beaches to beat the heat! Another thing it may attract is tinea pedis-more commonly known as athlete’s foot. Athlete’s Read More

Gout and Weather

                  Do you get a gout flare when the weather changes?   The climate plays a big role for us gout sufferers especially when it’s hot and humid Read More

What is this latest Instagram craze called “Barbie feet”?

“Barbie feet”, which models, celebrities, and fashion girls have taken an obsessive liking to is the current trend to pose up on your toes to elongate your legs and flex Read More

Tips For Healthy Summer Feet

Arden Smith DPM, Fellow American college of Foot and Ankle Surgeons, Fellow American College of Foot and Ankle Orthopedics and Medicine   Cut Down on Blisters New sandals often come at a steep Read More

Recovering from Hammertoe Surgery

                            A hammertoe is a common foot deformity in which the lesser toes buckle at one of the toe Read More

How Corns Can Affect Your Daily Routine

                             If your feet or toes endure excess pressure and friction, you may develop what is known as Read More

What is a Neuroma?

                                        Have you ever had a shooting pain in between your toes Read More

Extracorporeal Pulse Activation Technology (EPAT)

Extracorporeal pulse activation technology (EPAT) also known as shockwave therapy is used to treat many chronic inflammatory conditions. EPAT uses noninvasive high energy waves to cause acute inflammation thereby increasing Read More

Skip Fish-Y Pedicures

                          By Dr. Arden Smith-Fellow American College of Foot and Ankle Surgery, Fellow American College of Foot and Ankle Orthopedics Read More

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