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 The Importance of Custom Orthotics for Flat Feet: Enhancing Mobility, Comfort, and Long-Term Health

While some individuals with flatfoot may remain asymptomatic, others may experience pain, discomfort, and limitations in their daily activities.

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5 common questions a patient may ask about a permanent ingrown nail procedure

Ingrown nails can be an uncomfortable and painful condition, particularly when left untreated.

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5 Common Ingrown Toenail Questions

5 Most Common Foot and Ankle Problems in the Patients Over the Age of 60

We use our feet over our lifetime, so it’s not surprising that many people develop foot issues as they age. These are 5 of the most common issues.

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5 Tips To Know Before Buying Proper Fitting Shoes

If you're like most people, you take for granted the comfort and support your shoes provide. But if you're not wearing the right shoes, your feet will suffer. In fact, improper footwear can lead to a number of foot problems.

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Everything You Need to Know About Bunions and How to Find the Right Podiatrist for Treatment

Bunions are a common foot condition that affect millions of people around the world. They are bony protrusions on the side of the big toe, which can cause pain and discomfort.

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Exploring the Benefits of Over-the-Counter Orthotics

TC orthotics are available over-the-counter (OTC) and can be purchased from a variety of retail locations, including drugstores, shoe stores, and online marketplaces. In contrast to custom orthotics, which are custom-made based on a person's unique foot anatomy, OTC orthotics are not dependent on a prescription.

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Foot Braces for Ankle Sprains: Support and Recovery Guide

Ankle sprains occur when the ligaments surrounding the ankle joint are stretched or torn. The severity of these injuries can range from mild to severe, and often cause pain, swelling, and limited movement.

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How to Use Contrast Bath Therapy to Heal a Sprained Ankle

By speeding up the body's natural healing process, contrast bath therapy can help alleviate the pain and swelling caused by ankle sprains.

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The Ultimate Guide to Custom Orthotics for Heel Pain Relief

Orthotics and custom-made shoe inserts are medical devices based on a patient's foot impression and have proven to be an effective solution for managing and treating heel pain.

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The Ultimate Guide to Preventing Foot Problems for Runners

Running is a fantastic exercise for getting in shape and staying, but runners often experience several types of foot and ankle injuries.

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The Ultimate Guide to Treating Ingrown Toenails - Soaking, Surgery, and More

An ingrown nail is a frequent foot issue that occurs when the nail grows into the skin at the side of the toe. This often causes pain, redness, swelling, and even infection.

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Treating Ingrown Toenails

Top 10 Reasons to Choose Minimally Invasive Surgery for Painful Bunions

Bunions can be very painful whether walking or wearing shoes. Nerves squeezed by the bony growth often fire at night, causing pain and throbbing.

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Top 10 Reasons to See a Podiatrist for Your Foot and Ankle Conditions

Podiatrist play an important role in managing patients who require routine foot care, particularly those with diabetes and impaired circulation.

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Top 5 Reasons to Visit a Podiatrist for Your Ingrown Nail

Ingrown toenails are a common condition that affect people of all ages. Not only do ingrown nails look unsightly, but they can be very painful!

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Typical Plantar Fasciitis Treatment and Heel Spur

Plantar fasciitis is an inflammation of the plantar fascia, a band of tissue that runs along the bottom of the foot, from the heel to the toes.

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