Beyond Foot Pain: Other Signs You Need To See A Foot Specialist ASAP

It makes sense that if your feet feel painful, you should see a foot specialist. However, if you wait for pain to appear before seeing a specialist, sometimes you might wait too long. You should also be on the lookout for these other signs that something is wrong with your feet and may require treatment. Numbness It's not unusual for your leg or foot to go numb temporarily if you sleep on it or sit on it funny. Read More 

What Can A Podiatrist Do For Plantar Fasciitis?

Plantar fasciitis is a foot condition that involves the fascia of the foot. Specifically, it causes pain across the tissue that lines the arch. If you have this ailment, then you can speak with your podiatrist about various treatments to help minimize your discomfort. Keep reading to learn about some of the treatments that your podiatrist might implement.  Anti-Inflammatory Prescriptions If your plantar fasciitis condition is a new ailment, then your podiatrist will suggest the use of conservative treatments first. Read More 

How To Prepare For Ankle Surgery

Your ankle is one of the most important joints in your body. You use it to stand, walk, run, and perform many of your daily activities. If you hurt your ankle through overuse or by tearing a ligament, surgery may be the only solution. Ankle surgery may be intimidating, but you can make it easier by preparing yourself ahead of time. Here are four tips to help you get ready for your surgery: Read More 

The Causes And Treatments For Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome That Causes Ankle Pain

If you're having pain on the inside of your ankle, it might be due to compression of the nerve that runs from your leg along your ankle to your foot. This condition is called tarsal tunnel syndrome and a podiatrist can examine your foot and order medical tests to determine if this syndrome is the cause of your pain. Here's what causes this condition and how it might be treated. Read More 

How To Deal With An Ingrown Toenail

Ingrown toenails happen for a variety of reasons, but when it does happen it causes the edge of your toenail to grow into your skin which can be very painful. Along with causing you pain, an ingrown toenail can also become infected and cause a good deal of swelling. The information here will help you become more educated on things like what causes ingrown toenails and how you can try to treat them at home. Read More