Ingrown toe nail is a very common condition among young and adult population. It can become extremely painful and lead to infection, or in severe cases in people with poor circulation or low immune system can lead to amputation! Risk factors for ingrown toenail include genetics, poor trimming technique, tight or pointy footwear, trauma, pregnancy…

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image showing before and after results of orthotics

Custom foot orthotics are prescription medical devices designed to adjust and control the function of the foot and its alignment with the lower leg. They are used to treat/prevent injury-causing motions including excessive pronation (rolling in), supination (rolling out) as well as making standing, walking and running more efficient. Orthotics can be an essential part…

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cartoon image of plantar warts on sole of foot

Ask any practitioner and most of them say that treating the warts can be frustrating for both the practitioner and the patient. Why? This is because whatever method of treatment is used there is a chance of failures and/or recurrences. I highly suggest patients with plantar warts to read this post completely, but if you…

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