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3 Causes of Painful Ingrown Toenails Ingrown toenails can be extremely painful. They can cause swelling and bleeding, and also lead to a bacterial or fungal toenail infection. While you may be able to treat a minor ingrown toenail yourself, in most cases it’s best to have them treated by your foot doctor for complete relief and to avoid unnecessary complications. 3...

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Essential Diabetic Foot Care November is American Diabetes Month and a time when we pay particular attention to the explosive growth of diabetes and the major foot complications that can plague sufferers. Nerve damage from diabetes can cause foot numbness so that cuts and other foot damage goes undetected until the problem has worsened. A diabetic foot ulcer can lead...
4 Ways to Avoid a Fungal Toenail Infection A fungal toenail infection causes the nail to become discolored, thick, and brittle and as the condition progresses an offensive odor is often released as the fungi feast on your feet. The microscopic organisms that cause fungal toenail infections are very common in the environment and they also thrive in the moist, warm conditions that are...

Posted by on in Orthotics
All About Orthotics One of the most commonly talked about aspects of the podiatry world is orthotics - no matter what podiatry office you go to, orthotics will be mentioned! However, not all orthotics are created equally. If you’re going to invest your time and money in orthotics, you want to make sure they’re not your run-of-the-mill pair of...
3 Tips to Take Care of Your Toenails When it comes down to it, we often forget about our toenails. Day in and day out, our toenails our subjected to our poor shoe choices and hygiene practices. Toenails can get torn, squished, stubbed, ingrown, infected with bacteria or fungus… the list goes on! Because our toenails don’t often get the recognition they deserve, we’re...
A  Podiatrists Perspective on Pedicures Possibly the most common question we get as podiatrists everyday is "Are pedicures safe?"A podiatrists point of view on pedicures is usually a little negative, mostly because we tend to see everything that goes wrong when pedicures go awry. It is fairly regular for us to see a patient coming in with an ingrown toenail or...
Medical Myth Buster: Green Alcohol for Foot Pain!? In the last few months I have had a rash of patients come in to the office describing the usage of green alcohol for just about every foot ailment under the sun. Patients have attempted using this product for the relief of pain from ingrown nails, ankle sprains, bunions and pretty much anything else you could...
The Best Way to Trim Your Toenails Did you just poke a hole in someone with those sharp, talon-like toenails? They’re probably getting a little too long, aren’t they? Well, now is the perfect time for a little personal grooming!Trimming your toenails may seem like a simple task, but it’s not something that should be done carelessly. Most of us may not need...

Posted by on in Common Foot Disorders
Break Out from Ingrown Toenails             I've lost count how many times I accidentally stubbed my toe against something that’s fairly easy to spot, especially during running. Perhaps it’s my innate klutz, but sometimes I think I just have the worst luck. I resolved myself into getting used to the occasional bumps, and I was doing pretty well, until one time...

Posted by on in Healthy tips for your feet
Ingrown Toenail Expert I've never operated a forklift. I've never directed a plane in to an airport to land. I've never driven a truck cross-country, and I've never reprogrammed a computer. But I've fixed ingrown toenails. At last estimation, I've fixed over 400 of them in the last four years. I can't speak Italian, but you can be sure...

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