Warts Don’t Have to Be Permanent Fixtures on Your Feet

wartIf you’ve ever had a wart on your foot, you know this one thing: they’re tough to beat. Warts are annoying, unattractive, and sometimes painful skin growths. They pop up on your soles, heels, or toes when a virus invades through a break in the skin. Also known as plantar warts, they appear as flesh-colored, raised bumps. Sometimes they have visible black dots in the…

Protect Your Feet and Ankles When Taking up a New Sport

sports injuriesCan you name all 46 sports that make up the 2020 Summer Olympics? The Games provide plenty of excitement for the athletes who’ve dreamed of participating in them for years. Unfortunately, they also offer plenty of opportunities for sports injuries. Many young kids who’ll watch the Olympics from July 23-August 8 will get excited to try out a new sport. When kids are just starting,…

What To Do About Heel Pain

heel painIf you’ve got nagging heel pain, don’t wait to see our podiatrists. It could be plantar fasciitis, one of the most common causes of heel pain and a condition that will probably get worse unless you take some steps to rein it in. What is plantar fasciitis? It’s inflammation of the plantar fascia, the thick ligament that runs from your heel bone to your toes.…

Do You Have Weak Ankles?

ankle painIf you frequently feel unstable when you walk, you may be suffering from weak ankles or what our podiatrists call chronic lateral ankle pain. In addition to feeling unstable or off balance, you may experience. soreness, stiffness, or tenderness in your ankles or your feet ankles that regularly twist inward or outward frequent ankle sprains swollen ankles ankle instability when wearing high heels. Causes of…