If you constantly feel like there’s a pebble in your shoe, especially if it’s accompanied by pain between the toes, you may have a condition called Morton’s neuroma. Keep reading to learn what it is and what we can do to relieve your discomfort.
Ingrown toenails are more than just a painful nuisance. Proper treatment is necessary to prevent a serious infection. Keep reading to learn the early warning signs so you’ll know when to seek medical help.
Plantar fasciitis, an inflammation of the ligament in the sole of your foot, can cause pain and discomfort. Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy can help speed up healing and restore function. Learn how here.
Heel pain can come from a number of different causes, and there are both conservative and surgical options for getting relief. Can cutting-edge laser therapy help with heel pain? Keep reading to find out.
Neuropathy is the loss of sensory nerve signals from your body to your brain due to injury or illness, putting you at greater risk of additional injury. Find out more about this condition, including how to effectively treat it.
Did you know that there are over 200 neurotoxins, including drugs, alcohol, and common cleaning agents, that affect the human body and can injure your peripheral nerves? Learn more about the toxin-neuropathy link here.
Plantar fasciitis is a painful condition on the bottom of your foot and heel that can sideline you from daily activities. Find out more about this condition and what you can do to prevent or correct it.
Almost half of adults have bunions, bony bumps at the base of the big toe joints that can be painful and cause other foot problems. There are treatments, but the best treatment of all is prevention. Learn how you can protect your feet.
Sprained ankles are some of the most common injuries, especially if you play sports. It’s important that you get the necessary treatment for the injury to prevent the ankle from becoming chronically unstable. Read on to learn more.
You’re going to have foot surgery, and you have all your pre-op instructions, so you’re good to go, right? Nope. Before your procedure, you have to prepare your house for your recuperation. Here are the top 10 tips you need to follow.
Orthotics are readily available over-the-counter, but these specialized shoe inserts are far more effective at reducing foot, ankle, and back problems when they’re custom-made for your particular needs. Here’s why.
You rely on technology to do just about everything these days — work, communicate, learn, drive, cook, travel, and, live. Now, you can count on it to help you walk without pain. Here’s how MLS laser therapy is revolutionizing podiatry.