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Pedi-Care Tips For Summer   Summer’s always all sorts of fun; beaches, bonfires, and endless sunbathing and long walks! We have to admit, it feels good to leave the shoes at home and run our toes in the sand instead, dawdle in the water and cool down from the crisp summer heat.     It’s that time of the year...

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Wart Worries Why is my wart taking so loooong to clear up? You may find yourself asking this question if you are under treatment for a wart. A wart is a skin lesion or spot on the foot that may appear as a callous with brown/black speckles. When warts present on the feet, they are normally found...
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Harrison Ford Puts a Twist on New Star Wars Movie  UPDATE: "Breaking news! (Foot pun intended.) Harrison Ford apparently broke his leg when he fell! Good thing he got checked out by a doctor, and didn't just assume it was a sprain. Best wishes to him for a speedy recovery!" -Dr. Putnam Harrison Ford was injured on the set of the new Star Wars movie this...
5 Things To Do To Make Your Podiatrist Love You   We podiatrists are here to help you, to fix you. But our job is a lot easier (and you often see results faster!) if you do a little prep before your visit. Help us help you! #1: Make your appointment on a day that the problem exists. A lot of issues (like toenail fungus) are...

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Pain Isn't Professional   Bear with me today: the following is something I feel strongly about, and while it relates heavily to podiatry (and shoe gear in particular) it was written more to discuss the strange state of current women's fashion, and why we ladies insist on harming ourselves with our shoes. We've gotten it into our heads that...

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Travel Shoes I recently traveled home to California from Savannah, with a short layover in Chicago. Since my mother taught me at a very young age that People Watching can provide you with almost limitless entertainment, I took this opportunity to scan the general populace. There were businesswomen, there were families, there were mullets, and there were...

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You Hurt Your Big Toenail, Now What? How long does it take for a nail to grow out? Common question, but I'm afraid I can't give you an exact answer. Nails grow approximately 1mm a month, but they can grow faster or slower, depending on the overall health of the patient, trauma, or fungus. At one point in my youth I wanted...

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Adult Acquired Flatfoot The majority of people will experience a flattening of the arch of the feet as we age. This is a natural part of the aging process for most, as the years of abuse we put on our feet causes weakening of the soft tissue structures that support the arch of the foot and gravity dictates that...

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Michael's PHAT Braces This is a patient of ours that was hardly able to participate in any of his Boy Scouts events due to a neurological disorder. Now he's repelling down buildings with the help of the braces we made for him!  His mom sent me these pictures in an email. I can't say how happy I am to...

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Ulcers   An ulcer is an opening in the skin; it is also known or described as a non-healing wound. There are three main types of ulcers that we see on the foot: 1) ischemic or arterial ulcers, 2) stasis or venous ulcers, and 3) neurotropic or diabetic ulcers. Ischemic ulcers: are wounds caused by an impaired...

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