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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...

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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...

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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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Ingrown Nail Myths Busted A Painful Ingrown Nail Myth: Putting cotton under your ingrown toe nails will relieve the pain. BUSTED! Placing cotton under your toenails will actually cause more pressure to the nail bed. It is also dangerous because the cotton may be housing bacteria that can lead to infection and more complications.   Myth: The drug store sells...

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Simple Tips for Summer Feet
With the beach, family vacations, camping and amusement parks there is plenty of fun to be had in the summer time. With this increase in activity it can be quite trying on your feet. No need to fear, there are some simple tips to help keep your feet happy and healthy all summer long.

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