Signs That It May Be Time to See a Podiatrist

Posted on: 1 October 2015

Sore and aching feet don't always need the attention of a doctor; soreness after being on your feet all day or wearing shoes that pinch can be expected, and certain minor injuries of the feet may simply heal on their own. However, there are times when you want to see a podiatrist to have your feet examined and have him or her intervene. Certain conditions may not heal by themselves and may be very serious, so they may require medical attention as soon as you notice them.
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What Are Bunions And How Can Your Podiatrist Help?

Posted on: 30 September 2015

If you are experiencing pain and swelling at the base of your big toe, you could have a "bunion".  So, what are bunions, and how can your podiatrist help to resolve the problem?  Read on to find out more.  What are "bunions"? Bunions are large painful reddened lumps that form on the outside of the base of your big toe.  Often, your toe joint will be enlarged and affected by degenerative arthritis.
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Does Your Child Have Flat Feet? What You Need to Know

Posted on: 23 September 2015

There are some genetic traits that parents pass along to their children. Some of your child's physical attributes, such as their hair and eyes, will often be a mirror image of your own. But there are some traits that you will not want to pass along to your children, such as flat feet. If you have flat feet, it's not conclusive that your children will also have the condition, although it's certainly a possibility.
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Why pregnant women need to pay particular attention to their feet

Posted on: 22 September 2015

Pregnancy is a time when you can expect all kinds of changes in your body, and because they happen so rapidly, the changes can be alarming for some women. Of course, there is the obvious change of having a growing life inside you and the additional weight that you will put on to support your child's growth, but you tend to hear less about other changes in your body, such as in your feet.
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