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Spring Tips for Happy Feet After the long cold winter, warm weather has finally arrived. People young and old are getting out to enjoy the fresh spring air. With that extra activity, of course, is extra wear and tear on your feet. Don’t worry, follow these tips to make sure your feet stay happy and healthy this spring. Whether it’s biking,...

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Healthy Foods Make for Healthy Feet Let thy food be thy medicine,” said the ancient Greek doctor Hippocratées, and it’s still true. March is National Nutrition Month and a time where we explore how diet and health are related. We don’t always connect the health of our feet to the foods we eat, but there’s an important relationship. Let’s take a look. ...
Healthy Heart: Happy Feet In acknowledgment of the importance of the ongoing fight against cardiovascular disease, February is set aside for American Heart Month. Heart disease is the number one killer of Americans. It’s the perfect time to focus on heart health. Did you know that your feet can give you valuable information on the health of your heart? It’s...
Chilly Feet? It Might be Raynaud’s Disease The cold weather is starting, and you might experience cold feet and hands. This may be a symptom of a disorder called Raynaud’s Disease. October is Raynaud’s Awareness Month and a good time to go over everything you need to know about this common disorder. What is Raynaud’s Disease  First, it’s always best to visit an...

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Pooler Welcomes New Doctor Atlantic Foot & Ankle Specialists is excited to announce the arrival of our newest podiatrist to our Pooler office location, Dr. Wizely Clauther. Dr. Clauther enjoys the field of podiatry and is well versed in offering an array of both conservative and surgical interventions with regards to foot and ankle issues.  He has extensive experience with...
Your Podiatrist NEEDS You to Quit Smoking!!! Although smoking's ill effects on the lungs and heart are well known, it can be equally harmful to the foot. The tissues of our body require oxygen to function, remain healthy, and heal from injury. Chemicals found in cigarette smoke causes changes to the way blood carries oxygen. Hemoglobin, a molecule that carries oxygen throughout the...

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Extra, Extra…Read all about it!!!     Atlantic Foot & Ankle Specialists is excited to announce yet another addition to their menu of services. At Atlantic Foot & Ankle, we are constantly striving to improve your patient experience. We are pleased to welcome Michael Parsons, PT (Physical Therapist) to our practice.   You may ask…"Why add Physical Therapy to a Podiatry practice?"...

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Hydration and Training   If you've been reading this blog recently, or if you follow me on Twitter, you'll see that I'm training for the Charlotte, NC Avon Walk for Breast Cancer, (see mmy blog entry Breast Cancer and the Podiatrist) a 39.3 mile charity walk in October. It's a full marathon the first day, and a half marathon...
Not All Pedicures Were Created Equal! There's a very large difference between a "good" pedicure and a "bad" pedicure. Unfortunately, the bad pedicurists of the world have given the whole profession a poor reputation. For the record, there are some very good, clean, and conscientious pedicurists out there, and if you have one you trust and you don't have other medical issues,...

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The Shortcut to Great Feet             Let's face it, we all need more time. Life is busy and we take up so many hours in the day that we all look for shortcuts. Whether it be a faster route to work, a shorter line at the grocery store, or a new diet to lose weight fast; Americans love their shortcuts.            ...

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