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Routine Footcare

In today's world of fast paced, high tech,state of the art procedures and surgery, it is easy to overlook the importance of conservative palliative care, especially for those patients with Read More

Laser for Fungal Nail Treatment

Now that spring is on its way, more individuals are concerned about their toenail fungus. There are several ways to treat fungal toenails, however, studies have shown that the use Read More

Kevin Durant: Achilles rupture no longer a career ending injury

In June of 2019 Kevin Durant confirmed on social media that he had suffered and underwent surgical correction for a Right ruptured achilles tendon. Durant had just returned back to the Read More

Laser Toenail Treatment

                     Do you have fungal nails? Are you constantly self conscious about your toenail appearance and hide your feet? Don’t worry, you Read More

There Are Many Reasons For Swollen Ankles

There are several reasons why your ankles and feet might swell. Any injury to a tendon, muscle, ligament, or bone can cause inflammation around the injured area, which leads to Read More

When to Replace Running or Walking Shoes

If you are unsure whether, or not your own sneakers need replacing, we’ve got you covered. Good running, or walking shoes are designed to last for 300 to 400 miles. Read More

The Lapidus Bunionectomy

Nearly 100 bunionectomy procedures have been described in surgery literature. This variety exists because surgeons take into account the severity of the deformity, the quality of the involved joints, the Read More

Tips on Shoe Buying for Toddlers

Toddler shoes can be tricky. You want footwear that looks good, for sure, but when it comes to toddler shoes for boys and girls, it’s what’s on the inside that counts. Read More

Keep Your Feet Warm

Temperatures are dropping but that is no excuse to sit indoors and not have any fun. Whether you want to go for a stroll around the neighborhood or dive into Read More

How Diabetes Affects Wound Healing

A small cut, or bruise may not seem like a big deal, but for millions of Americans with diabetes, they can be. For individuals with diabetes, all wounds are a Read More

Diabetics Should Regularly Inspect Their Feet

Good foot care is essential for people with diabetes. Diabetes can cause nerve damage that leads to a loss of sensation in the feet, making it difficult to feel any Read More

Shin splints Symptoms and Causes

Shin splints is a common problem seen in active patients and in runners in particular. This disease process is the result of shearing and overuse of a muscle called the Read More

Why Is My Achilles So Tight?

A tight achilles tendon leads to a decrease in ankle extension and consequently a host of problems of the foot and ankle. When the achilles is tight, the foot is Read More

How Long to Wear High Heels

If you’ve ever wondered what the average timeframe is for wearing high heels, you’re not alone. According to "Who What Wear", many other women have also been curious.   Heels also alter Read More

Removable Screws in Foot Surgery

                             Consultation for foot surgery such as bunion correction is something we see quite often in the offices Read More

The Fight Against Covid-19

                         The team at Advanced Podiatry is always on the cutting edge of technology and medical modalities.  Well, today and Read More

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