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  • 3 Signs You Have Wide Feet
    There are a few tell-tale signs to look out for when it comes to identifying whether or not you may have been buying the wrong size shoes this entire time. Read more
  • Top 3 Tips To Get the Right Fit
    We have compiled 3 top tips to use when looking for the right fit for your new pair of shoes. Read more
  • Turning Heads with Laser Therapy
    MLS Laser Therapy works to eliminate pain and reduce inflammation in the troubled areas of your feet and ankles. Read more
  • 3 Misconceptions about Diabetes
    Our team has put together a list of the three most common misconceptions about diabetes that can lead to confusion and fear in those who are at risk of developing diabetes or who are recently diagnosed. Read more
  • 3 Tips for Identifying Foot Pain
    Less activity during the winter can mean a decrease in muscle volume and flexibility, which can lead to becoming more susceptible to injury. Read more
  • Fight Fungal Infections This Fall
    Cooler weather brings a whole new set of circumstances that provide just the right environment for fungal infections to thrive. Read more
  • 5 Foot Health Tips for Diabetics
    Diabetic patients have special foot health care needs. Two conditions commonly associated with this disease, decreased circulation and neuropathy, conspire together to make certain minor foot issues potential major medical threats for diabetic patients. Read more
  • Fixing Plantar Fasciitis, a Real Pain
    What is plantar fasciitis? It is the inflammation of the tissue that connects your heel bones to your toes. Read more
  • Recognizing and Conquering Corns and Calluses
    There are several ways to treat a corn or callus. Some can be done at home while others must be done by your podiatrist. Read more
  • Identifying and Treating Hammertoes
    If you have a toe which is bent abnormally, you may have something called hammertoe. Read more
  • Recognizing and Treating Athlete’s Foot
    Athlete’s foot, also known as tinea pedis, is a fungal infection of the foot that can be and is usually contagious. Read more
  • Battling Bunions
    If you have a painful bump on the joint of your big toe, you may have what is called a bunion. Bunions are caused when your big toe pushes against the next toe causing the big toe joint to develop a bump. Read more
  • Treating Turf Toe
    A painful injury, turf toe is very common and can keep an athlete from competing until it’s fully healed. Read more

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