Month: June 2017

Why is my Toe Crooked?

Is your toe curling in? Is it sticking up or rubbing against your shoe? If so, it is very possible you have a hammertoe. A hammertoe, similar to a bunion, is hereditary and can develop over time. When there is instability across the ball of your foot it leads to contracture of the toes. Symptoms …

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Avoiding Traditional Surgery for Neuromas, Let Me Introduce You to Cryosurgery

Have you been diagnosed with a neuroma? Have you been told your only option is surgery? If you answered yes to either of these questions, let me introduce you to Cryosurgery (aka Cryozone). Cryosurgery is a natural, minimally invasive, in-office procedure that has alleviated neuroma pain in up to 85% of affected patients in only …

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Helping the Geriatric Population Prevent Falls… an important detail in a podiatrist’s job

Podiatrist are specialists in all things of the lower extremity, specifically from the knee down to the toes. However, also examining and evaluating a patient’s gait (the way he or she walks) is very important too, especially in the geriatric population! Whether you, your parents or grandparents are using a cane/walker or not, stability is …

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Wizards forward Kelly Oubre Jr. undergoes PRP for knee, but how can PRP help your foot pain?

It is not uncommon for professional athletes to pursue natural regenerative medicine to help treat ailments as a way to avoid surgery or potentially long term pain. Oubre was hampered by knee pain during the Wizards post season run and turned to PRP for relief. PRP, also known as Platelet Rich Plasma, is an alternative …

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