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  • Splinters in Your Feet
    Getting splinters in the feet is fairly common. Of course, some people wonder if they can simply leave a splinter in their foot and let it work itself out. Others Read more
  • Signs of a Broken Toe
    A broken toe is one of the most common minor injuries that you can suffer. However, sometimes, it can prove difficult to tell whether or not you actually have a Read more
  • High Arches in Children
    When babies are born they are born with flat feet. Typically the arches of the feet don’t develop until children are 3-4 years old; however, sometimes the arches of the Read more
  • Picking the Right Shoes as You Get Older
    When was the last time you bought new shoes? When was the last time you threw out shoes that were old and worn out? We often keep shoes long past Read more
  • Treating Your Sprained Ankle
    Whether you simply stepped down awkwardly or you were in a sports-related accident, it could have left you with a painful, swollen ankle. Could it be a simple strain, or Read more
  • Thyroid Disease and Its Effect on Your Feet
    The thyroid gland releases and regulates hormones and is responsible for everything from heart rate to peripheral nervous system functions. So, you may be surprised to discover that this same Read more
  • Maintaining The Health Of Your Diabetic Feet
    When it comes to diabetes nothing is more important than living a healthy lifestyle and taking the proper medications to maintain healthy blood sugar levels. Controlling your blood sugar is Read more
  • Does My Child Have Pigeon Toes?
    Do your child’s feet turn inward? If so, it’s fairly easy to tell, particularly when they walk. This condition is known as pigeon toes and it is often genetic (so Read more
  • What To Do for a Puncture Wound
    A puncture wound in the foot occurs when you step on an object that leaves a small hole behind. One of the most common puncture wounds comes from stepping on Read more
  • At-Home Care for Dry Feet
    Dry, flaky feet are incredibly common, particularly during the cold, winter months; however, if you find yourself dealing with dry or cracked feet throughout the year, especially around the heels, Read more
  • What To Do About Blisters
    Everything from wearing shoes that are a little too loose to increasing the number of miles you run can leave you dealing with painful blisters on your feet. Blisters can Read more
  • What To Do for a High Foot Arch
    Here’s what you can do to prevent foot pain caused by high arches. If you have high arches, you may notice them but not experience any problems; however, those with high Read more
  • Symptoms of Sesamoiditis
    A sesamoid is a bone that connects to a tendon or muscle instead of another bone. The most common sesamoids are the patella (kneecap) and two bones found under the Read more
  • Taking Care of Your Feet in the Colder Months
    The cold winter weather can be brutal on our skin, particularly our feet. If you find yourself dealing with dry, cracked, and painful feet every year, it’s important to understand Read more
  • How Do Orthotics Work?
    A healthy body starts with healthy, happy feet. After all, your feet have to do a lot of heavy lifting, providing your body with a sturdy foundation and support to Read more
  • What To Do About Your Hammertoe
    While tight, cramped shoes and those towering high heels may not immediately show you the damage that’s being done to your feet, over time you will certainly notice changes in Read more

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Tuesday:

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9:00 am-1:00 pm

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9:00 am- 5:30 pm Doctor is in

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