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The Use of Hardware (Implants) in Foot Surgery

Are you considering foot surgery? Many patients have questions about the types of hardware or implants that may be used during foot surgery. Implants are utilized for a variety of Read More

Sports Injuries of the Foot (part 2)

Stress fractures It mostly occurs in athletes who engage in running, basketball, gymnastics, dance and tennis. They are a higher risk due to repetitive stress that is placed on their feet Read More

Sports Injuries of the Foot (part 1)

Did you know that 25% of foot sports injuries experienced by the athletes is related to the foot and ankle? It is most especially if you are an athlete who Read More

Tendinitis of the Foot (part 1)

To begin with, it is a condition of the inflammation of a tendon which are thick cords of tissue that connects your muscles to bone. They include and peroneal tendinitis, Read More

Tendinitis of the Foot (part 2)

Pain relievers Aside from the ibuprofen, some NSAIDs (non-steroids anti-inflammatory drugs) have also been found to be helpful when it comes to pain associated with tendinitis of the foot. Although people Read More

Spring Sports

Spring sports are starting in the next few weeks, and the transition from winter sports can present a unique set of risks and challenges.       Different types of shoe gear, impact activities Read More

Spring Foot Care Tips

Spring is here! At Advanced Podiatry, we are so excited the winter months are finally behind us. With the arrival of warmer weather, we take our activities outside and become Read More

Using Technology to book your next appointment with Advanced Podiatry

                 Advanced Podiatry has enrolled with UMA to schedule appointments for patients that are self pay.  UMA is better known as "hassle-free healthcare," also known as Urgent Read More

St. Patrick's day

So you went out for St. Patrick's day, drank large amounts of green beer, and now you have a splitting headache and your big toe is warm, red, swollen and Read More

About Neuromas

A neuroma is a painful condition, also referred to as a "pinched nerve" or a nerve tumor. It is a benign growth of nerve tissue frequently found between the third Read More

Activist Hiker

After hearing sad news of the activist hiker who was killed walking barefoot across america to raise awareness of climate change, there are many lessons that can be learned from Read More

Gout + ouch = gouch!

So you went out for St. Patrick’s day, drank large amounts of green beer, and now you have a splitting headache and your big toe is warm, red, swollen and Read More

Home Remedies for Plantar Warts (part 2)

Banana peel- here you will also need to use the duct tape as well. You are going to cover the wart-affected area by placing the inner part of a banana Read More

Home Remedies for Plantar Warts (part 1)

Plantar warts are hard and flat or bumpy growths which appear on the soles of the feet. It is a problem that can occur to anyone and it is irritating Read More

Healthy Habits to Prevent Toenail Fungus (part 2)

                                    Don’t go barefoot in public areas- public spaces such as public pools, locker Read More

Healthy Habits to Prevent Toenail Fungus (part 1)

Ways to avoid toenail fungus might be the least of your worries right now. But the fact that fungi are found nearly everywhere makes the issue one that you need Read More

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