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Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy

Physical therapy is an important part of a comprehensive treatment plan for many painful conditions of the feet, ankles, and lower legs, including heel pain, arch pain, tendinitis, sports injuries, and more. There’s a simple reason for that—it works! In fact, we’ve...
Sports Injuries

Sports Injuries

Your feet and ankles absorb the full brunt of your weight when you walk, run, jump, pivot, or engage in almost any kind of athletic activity. It’s not much of a surprise, then, that lower leg issues are among the most common sports injuries. If you do experience any...
Pediatric Flat Feet

Pediatric Flat Feet

Many parents, especially new ones, are concerned when they realize their child’s feet are flat and do not have the expected foot arches. The good news about this situation is that worry is often unnecessary. Whereas there are certainly cases of pediatric flatfoot that...
Children’s Foot Care

Children’s Foot Care

Foot Conditions in Children Feet are very different in childhood than they are in adulthood. Bones are still soft, flexible, and growing at an incredible rate. Muscles are still strengthening and developing their coordination. Legs and feet may even still be...
Diabetic Shoes

Diabetic Shoes

Why You Need Diabetic Shoes Posted by  Dr. Daniel Walters We’ve previously discussed the importance of seeing a podiatrist if you have diabetes. In the post, we discussed how the lower limbs can be affected by the disease – including the potential for limb amputation...
Ten Reasons to see a Podiatrist

Ten Reasons to see a Podiatrist

1. You run as a part of your exercise routine. You’ll get helpful advise to avoid injury. 2. Your joints in your ankles or feet become sore, stiff or tender.  3. You are a diabetic. Get a foot exam at least once per year as you are more prone to foot problems.  4....