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Frostbite, A Serious Threat To The Extremities

Frostbite is a serious tissue destroying disorder. It is something that is not often anticipated in relatively mild winter temperatures. The expert doctors of Advanced Podiatry encourage everyone to stay alert and Read More

Pediatric In-Toeing

In-toeing is a common gait or walking abnormality in which children walk with an inward or internally rotated attitude of the foot or leg. It is often referred to as Read More

What's wrong with my pinky toe?

While looking down at their feet many people will wonder: What's going on with my little toes? They might look like they are curled in, bent, red, or swollen. They Read More

Frostbite- What you need to know!

We are in the heart of winter and have now had our first snowstorm in NY. Although most people know to dress warm, we have to remind our patients that Read More

Mortons Neuroma By Dr Arden Smith

Have you ever noticed a burning, or tingling sensation between your toes; and in the ball of your foot? Ever feel like you’ve been walking around with a pebble in Read More

Raynaud’s Phenomenon

Raynaud’s phenomenon, also known as Raynaud’s disease or syndrome, is a common vascular condition which affects the fingers and toes. As a result of certain stresses such as cold weather, Read More

Ganglion Cysts of the Foot & Ankle

Ganglion cysts are the most common soft tissue masses of the foot and ankle. Although they are benign, they can cause significant pain and disability. They form when the fluid Read More

Many Heel Pain Patients Have Plantar Fascia Tears

Heel pain is a great imposter. Of all the bones in the body, the heel bone has one of the largest blood supplies. With that heavy flow comes a higher Read More

Winter Boot Buying Tips

On the surface, snow looks soft, fluffy, pristine. Trudging through the slush is anything but. That’s why it is so important to invest in comfortable winter boots to help you brave Read More

WHAT IS EPAT AND HOW CAN IT HELP MY FOOT PAIN?

Have you had foot pain for weeks or even months without improvement? Tried stretching, injections and even physical therapy without any improvements? EPAT might be for you. EPAT stands for Extracorporeal Read More

Excellent Long Term Pain Relief With the Silastic Toe Implant for patients with great toe arthritis

Arthritis of the first metatarsophalangeal joint ( great toe joint) is a common problem we see patients for at Advanced Podiatry. The progression of arthritis leads to a reduction of Read More

President-Elect "Hits the Ground Running"?

President elect Biden was on the news this past weekend-for reasons that were a little different from politics or COVID-19 this time! It was reported that he sustained hairline fractures Read More

Advanced Podiatry Explains How Custom Foot Orthotics Improves Back Pain

To scholars of evolution, it isn’t necessarily surprising that our backs hurt. After all, we are the only known animal to stand upright, and our backs are responsible for maintaining Read More

The Pandemic and Diabetic Foot Ulcers

Half of all people with diabetes will develop diabetic neuropathy, which causes numbness as a result of dying nerves, usually in the feet. With this condition, people may develop a Read More

Melanomas of the Foot

Skin cancer can develop anywhere on the body, including in the lower extremities. Melanomas, the most serious skin cancer, often develops on sun exposed skin. Yet, it may also start in Read More

Foot & Ankle Dislocations

                           Foot and ankle dislocations are common injuries that result from trauma. If there is enough force, a direct Read More

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