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What Are the Symptoms of Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome?

What Are the Symptoms of Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome?

The tarsal tunnel is a narrow space located on the side of the ankle, near the ankle bones. Inside of the tarsal tunnel are arteries, veins, tendons, and nerves, including the posterior tibial nerve. Tarsal tunnel syndrome occurs when the posterior tibial nerve...
The Difference Between Corns and Calluses

The Difference Between Corns and Calluses

Corns and calluses occur due to friction or pressure on the feet. While calluses are usually asymptomatic and cover a broader area of skin, corns are deeper, more focused and more painful. Corns are usually pea-sized, have a plug, and extend deep into the surface of...
Are You Suffering From Ingrown Toenails?

Are You Suffering From Ingrown Toenails?

If left untreated, an ingrown toenail can lead to more serious concerns, such as an infection. Knowing proper nail care can help in the prevention of an ingrown toenail. Give us a call, and get treated!
The Potential of Foot Surgery

The Potential of Foot Surgery

The foot consists of twenty-six bones along with several muscles, joints, and tendons. Many people put consistent pressure on their feet accomplishing everyday activities and can develop foot conditions. Foot surgery may be a solution for relief and may improve...
What Can Cause an Achilles Tendon Injury?

What Can Cause an Achilles Tendon Injury?

Patients who have experienced an Achilles tendon injury are often aware of the severe pain and discomfort this can cause. It can occur from repetitive irritation, or from a sudden injury. Additionally, wearing shoes that do not fit correctly, or having an abnormal...
Do Your Child’s Feet Hurt?

Do Your Child’s Feet Hurt?

Have your child's feet been examined lately? Healthy feet are happy feet. If your child is complaining of foot pain, it may be a sign of underlying problems.

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