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Working From Home Heel Pain

Working From Home Heel Pain

That pesky COVID-19 virus has created a work-at-home environment for many of us. We are pretty safe from the outside world when we stay home. That is true – but I would bet you did not count on foot pain becoming the new focus of your life. In particular heel pain. ...

Fighting Dry Skin & Tinea Pedis (Athlete’s Foot)

Fighting Dry Skin & Tinea Pedis (Athlete’s Foot)

Dry skin and tinea pedis (often referred to as athlete’s foot) can pair up with each other. But it’s not in any way that will be benefit your feet. We’re talking more about the way supervillains like to team up against Spider-Man.  The fall and spring seasons are the...

Why Does it Feel Like I’m Walking on a Rock?

Why Does it Feel Like I’m Walking on a Rock?

Do you feel like you’re walking on a small rock or pebble that’s stuck inside your shoe?  The first step (and you might have already done this) is to check for a small rock or pebble inside your shoe. If you do find a small rock or pebble, then case closed! This is a...

Rocker Bottom Shoes

Rocker Bottom Shoes

Rocker Bottom Shoes Make The World Go Around Rocker bottom shoes are one of the most common type of shoe I recommend. They are very helpful for specific foot and ankle problems. There are very effective in offloading the forefoot area. When you view these shoes from...

Having More than 10 Toes, and Other Children’s Toe Problems

Having More than 10 Toes, and Other Children’s Toe Problems

It is almost cliché to respond to “How is your new baby doing?” with “Got 10 fingers and 10 toes”. The first thing parents do with their newborn is count the fingers and toes. It is a tradition to count all your newborn’s fingers and toes to prove that “everything is...

Don’t Rush Early Walking for Your Baby

Don’t Rush Early Walking for Your Baby

Watching your child reach milestones is a big deal, and we understand that. It is typical if you’re a little impatient for them walk, talk, and feed themselves. The irony is that once they achieve these monumental events you will be telling them to sit down, shut up...

Nailing It: Finding the Right Relief from Ingrown Toenail Pain

Nailing It: Finding the Right Relief from Ingrown Toenail Pain

At first glance, an ingrown toenail might not seem like a problem that would require a trip to the doctor’s office. Some people include it as part of that unwritten code of self-maintenance that includes changing your oil in your car and creating a proper budget. But...

The Neuroma You Have May Not Be a Neuroma!

The Neuroma You Have May Not Be a Neuroma!

So maybe you believe you have a neuroma in your foot. Maybe you’ve been to your primary care physician, and they’ve said it’s a neuroma. That’s all well and good, but we don’t want you to be surprised if you come to us and it turns out—in our best Arnold...