Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Foot & Ankle Associates of Cleveland has been open for our patients who need urgent care. Emergency podiatric conditions pose an immediate threat to your health and include Broken bones Sudden changes, such as swelling or numbness Wounds that aren’t healing – especially important for our patients with diabetes Constant pain […]
If your heels are dry and cracked, if your toenails are so long that you’d be more comfortable wearing shoes ½ a size bigger than usual, if you’ve got hard calluses building up on your toes, AND you don’t have diabetes, then treat yourself to an at-home pedicure.
January 25 was National Opposite Day, which got us to thinking: what would happen if we completely turned around the advice we give our patients? Here’s how NOT to treat your feet
We podiatrists have a suggestion for you: consider the passing of another year as an opportunity to take better care of your feet! Dr. Craig B. Frey and Dr. Megan L. Oltmann are passionate about taking care of our patients’ feet.
Acknowledge the aging process, get familiar with what happens to aging feet, and take proactive steps to keep them as healthy as possible. Here are some guidelines
Podiatrists Craig B. Frey, DPM and Megan L. Oltmann, DPM of Foot & Ankle Associates of Cleveland rely on orthotics to help treat many problems of the feet and ankles.
Patients from all over Cuyahoga, Geauga, Summit and Portage Counties regularly limp into Foot & Ankle Associates of Cleveland with ankle pain of some sort.
Tendons tear all the time, especially in pro sports. However, the Achilles tendon is rather special. First, it’s the longest, thickest tendon in the human body.
Smelly feet can be normal, or they can signal an underlying medical problem. Most people will find relief from embarrassing foot odor by using some or all of these 4 strategies:
Dancers have some of the most overworked lower limbs you can find. Foot and ankle problems like tendinitis, stress fractures, and sesamoiditis just come with the territory.