Do you feel pain on the bottom of the heel, arch of your foot, pain that usually worse upon arising? The symptoms can be due to plantar fasciitis. For some people, the pain subsides but returns after spending long periods of time on their feet.
Do you have a painful bump at the base of your big toe? This common joint problem in the foot can vary in severity and even cause chronic pain. Read on to learn why bunions form and how they can be treated.
Do you have foot pain or inflammation? How about a sports or soft tissue injury? MLS Laser Therapy provides safe and effective treatment for numerous foot and ankle conditions, even arthritis. Keep reading to learn more.
Think all ankle sprains are the same? Think again. These common injuries can vary from mild to severe, so determining the extent of your injury plays a significant role in the best course of treatment. Keep reading to learn more.
Having flat feet or fallen arches may not be life-threatening, but this condition can still cause plenty of problems, such as foot pain. Fortunately, there are things you can do to ease your symptoms. Read on to learn more.
Your anterior cruciate ligament, or ACL, helps give your knee stability. Unfortunately, it’s very susceptible to injury. Read on to learn what it does, what can increase your chances of injuring it, and how you can reduce that risk.
Having flat feet may not seem like a big deal, but they can lead to uncomfortable symptoms and additional foot problems. Fortunately, there are several ways to manage this issue. Read on to learn more.
Corns and calluses share a lot of similarities, including the fact that they both cause hardened patches of skin on your feet. However, they are two very different foot problems. Keep reading to learn more.
Do you have pain underneath or just behind your heel? Whether it’s mild or debilitating, heel pain can disrupt your daily life. Fortunately, an accurate diagnosis can help you get the treatment you need to get on your feet again, pain-free.
Have you been putting off a trip to the podiatrist because of the COVID-19 crisis? The pandemic may have changed the world as we know it, but you can still receive the foot care you need. Read on to learn more.
No one likes thinking about fungal infections. Unfortunately, avoiding this topic can increase your chances of getting this highly contagious condition. Don’t miss these simple tips for keeping your feet healthy and fungus-free.
Whether you’re a weekend warrior or dedicated fitness enthusiast, engaging in certain athletic activities can increase your chances of foot and ankle injury. Fortunately, taking the right steps can reduce these risks by up to 25%.
Are you ready to take up running? Or have you been pounding the pavement for years? Whether you’re new to running or a seasoned professional, it’s crucial to pick the right shoes to protect your feet and avoid injury. Keep reading to learn more.
Although surgery of any kind requires a little preparation, foot surgery often brings an entirely different set of concerns if your mobility is limited. Here are six steps you can take to prep your home for a hassle-free recovery.
If you’ve sprained an ankle, getting treatment and allowing enough time for your stretched or torn ligaments to heal is crucial to preventing chronic instability. Find out how you can take care of your ankles and reduce your risk of long-term pain.
Are you bothered with recurring ingrown toenails? Wondering if your ingrown toenail really warrants a visit to the podiatrist? Here’s a guide to help you decide, with tips on ingrown toenail prevention to help you avoid future pain and misery.
Heel pain is a common problem that can occur for numerous reasons. However, for many people, it’s a sign of an overuse problem. Do you have heel pain? Keep reading to learn what could be to blame and how you can treat your symptoms.
Does your toe bend downward at the middle joint like a claw? Do hammer-like toes keep you from finding shoes that fit comfortably? While conservative methods can ease hammertoe symptoms, sometimes surgery is the best option.
When was the last time you thought about your arches? If you’ve been having problems with your ankles or knees, it could be time to start. While this part of your foot may not seem important, it can impact your entire body.
Do you have achy feet? How about bunions or hammertoes? Orthotics can address numerous foot and ankle problems. They can even relieve pain in other parts of your body, such as your hips and knees. However, not all orthotics are the same.
Are you experiencing pain in the region of your heel? Unfortunately, this area of your foot is vulnerable to a variety of overuse injuries. Fortunately, with an accurate diagnosis, you can be back on your feet quickly and without pain.
Struggles to get to the clinic? Trying to reduce your exposure to COVID-19, as well as other contagious illnesses, and still need to see your doctor? Telehealth is safe and easy — receive quality care from anywhere.