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Wart Removal

Wart Removal

A wart is a benign (NOT cancerous) viral growth in the skin, usually rough in texture and of varying shapes. It has a root...

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Orthotics

Orthotics

Custom orthotics are a non-invasive way for a podiatrist to correct the bio-mechanical foot error that causes the sore...

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Flat Foot Correction

Flat Foot Correction

Flat feet is an all-too-common condition that affects millions every year. This bio-mechanical foot error can cause...

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Ingrown Toenails

Ingrown Toenails

Ingrown toenails (aka onychocryptosis) can be a true thorn in your side. The painful growth of your toenail into the side...

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Hammertoe Correction

Hammertoe Correction

Hammertoe is the name given to a toe that is bent at one of the two knuckles(joints) of the toe. Generally the second toe...

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Bunion Correction

Bunion Correction

Bunions are unsightly, often painful bumps on the side of your toe. They cause misfitting, worn-out shoes, painful...

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From the blog

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March 22, 2017 Choosing the Perfect Footwear for Spring

Finding the right pair of shoes might seem like a simple thing, but we live in an age of specialized footwear for a wide array of activities as well new technological advancements in material and production methods, this is not true anymore.   So, we have rounded up some ideas that can help you select […]

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March 15, 2017 Keep Your Heels Healthy

You might not realize it but there is a possibility that you have been neglecting your feet. Do not feel bad if you have – many people actually do. Once you realize it, however, you have to make sure that you do not let it happen again. Keeping one’s feet looking healthy is incredibly important! […]

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March 8, 2017 Sprinting in the Spring: Things to Remember

Sprinting truly is a powerful asset to any training program. Another great news is, spring is almost here – the perfect time to go sprinting. When you sprint regularly, you will likely have improved body composition, metabolic flexibility, strength and fitness levels, and stamina. Sprinting generally means ‘to go as fast as you can’ so […]

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February 22, 2017 Foot Care in Spring

As the weather starts to warm up, we can soon take our activities and exercises outdoor. The days are near when we can store away our heavy winter boots and anticipate wearing open-toed footwear again. After the long winter months, our legs and feet are susceptible to injury. Our feet could definitely use a bit […]

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February 15, 2017 Common Foot Conditions and How to Prevent Them Part 2

If you missed our first post, you can read it here: Common Foot Conditions and How to Prevent Them Part 1.   Here are more common foot conditions and how we can prevent them:   Dry Skin This foot condition causes skin peeling as well as itching and burning feelings on our feet. Toes and […]

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February 8, 2017 Give Love to Your Feet

How would you feel if you are kept wrapped around a tight sweater all day, with little room to move and breathe freely? Uncomfortable, perhaps; this is how our feet feel most of the time. Our feet bring us to different places and they carry most of our weight every day, but they are often […]