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Posted by on in Doctors Life
It can take time and patience to gain the trust of a patient. It's important to remember that you may not know what a patient is going through in their personal life.

Posted by on in Doctors Life
Last week I spent some time treating patients in my home town of Montreal.

Posted by on in Childrens Foot Problems
Often children will not tell parents of foot pain, simply because they don't know anything is wrong with it. Childhood foot problems are more common than most people think. If you have observed your child walking on their toes, limping, or complaining of heel pain and not wanting to participate in athletic activities, it is possible...
When one sprains their ankle, the ligaments stretch. In fact, there are micro-tears of the ligament fibers.If not treated immediately,scar tissue can form between these torn fibers.This will lead to a very tight and painful ankle and makes it more difficult to treat. If you sprain your ankle, remember: RICE: rest, ice, compression (ace wrap) and...

Posted by on in Sports and injuries
An ankle sprain is an injury to one or more ligaments in the ankle, usually on the outside of the ankle. Ligaments are bands of tissue-like rubber bands– that connect one bone to another and bind the joints together.In the ankle joint,ligaments provide stability by limiting side-to-side movement.However, not all ankle injuries are sprains; they can...

Posted by on in Healthy tips for your feet
Warts that appear on the hands and fingers are usually more responsive to therapy than are those on the feet. The professional methods of treatment available for plantar warts include just about everything from chemical applications and surgery to Lawrey’s seasoned salt, duct tape and hypnosis. Some warts respond quickly and some do not, and...

Posted by on in Diabetic foot care
This spring you should keep your eyes open for plantar warts. Plantar warts on the feet are usually painful when squeezing, walking, or standing. These warts grow inward rather than outward. Planter is a word that simply means the bottom of the foot. This makes any wart found on the sole of your foot a plantar...

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