From infants to seniors, we are here to help our patients move around injury-free and pain-free. If you are a senior or know a senior, here are two groups of older patients that may need additional check-ups.
If you have diabetes, we know that your journey may include being proactive against painful diabetic ulcers. Here are answers to frequently asked questions about diabetic ulcers.
Change happens, and we’re here to help. If you think your feet are telling you it’s time for a new pair of shoes, listen. We encourage you to wear shoes that meet your needs — in each season of your life.
Listening to your body and scheduling regular appointments with your podiatrist can help you stay in-tuned to changes that may happen to your feet or ankles.
If you’re 60 or older, then chances are your feet have undergone some wear and tear over the years. You should consider the sign of a life well lived.
Neuropathy is a bunch of disorders in your body that involve your nervous system. It can cause a loss of sensation or unresponsiveness in your foot.
Neuropathy is best understood as a collection of various medical ailments that affect your nervous system. Your peripheral nerves become damaged, and the symptoms produced stem from that injury.
Neuropathy is the damage of nerves that can lead to a lessened amount of feeling in your feet. It can be painful and happens more often in diabetics since the damage the disease does to their blood flow contributes to nerve injury.
Neuropathy is the damage of your nerves, specifically, the peripheral nerves, which extend through the arms and legs.
Ulcers are a painful condition to have, especially since they have a tendency to become infected.