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Solutions for Toenail Fungus

Posted on April 5th, 2016

With warmer weather approaching, the thought of wearing sandals, walking barefoot on the beach and showcasing beautifully pedicured toenails is wonderful! Yes, this is the anticipation of most during this season, unless you suffer from ugly, painful, yellow, thickened toenail fungus. Toenail fungus is an infection of the nail bed […]

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Tips to remember when purchasing athletic shoes for Baseball and Softball

Posted on March 28th, 2016

Most common injuries to occur when participating in Baseball and Softball are sprains, tendinitis, stress fractures, and plater fasciitis. So when you are at the sporting goods store overwhelmed with the options and varieties of athletic shoes for your sport, remember the following tips to help narrow your search. Your […]

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Tips to remember when purchasing athletic shoes for Soccer

Posted on March 22nd, 2016

Running, contact and kicking the ball, rapid change in directions, and sliding all speak soccer. Wet, dry, humid, hot, and cold conditions are always possible variables to the great game. Most common injuries to occur when participating in soccer is ankle sprains, Sever’s disease, ingrown toenails, and turf toe. In […]

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Tips to remember when purchasing athletic shoes for Running

Posted on March 14th, 2016

Most common injuries that occur when participating in running are planter fasciitis, tendinitis, Morton’s neuroma, and stress fractures. So when you are at the sporting goods store overwhelmed with the options and varieties of athletic shoes for your sport, come into our office and check out the running shoes associated […]

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Tips to remember when purchasing athletic shoes for Football and Lacrosse

Posted on March 7th, 2016

Most common injuries to occur when participating in football and lacrosse are ankle sprains, midfoot sprains, Achilles tendinitis, and turf toe. So when you are at the sporting goods store overwhelmed with the options and varieties of athletic shoes for your sport, remember the following tips to help narrow your […]

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Tips to remember when purchasing athletic shoes for Basketball, Tennis, and Volleyball

Posted on February 29th, 2016

Most common injuries to occur when participating in basketball, tennis, and volleyball are sprains, stress fractures, and Achilles tendinitis. So when you are at the sporting goods store overwhelmed with the options and varieties of athletic shoes for your sport, remember the following three tips to help narrow your search. […]

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Understanding Plantar Fasciitis

Posted on February 25th, 2016

By Vivian C. Iwu, DPM, Choice Podiatry Center Heel pain is a condition that affects many individuals and is commonly known as plantar fasciitis. A heel spur can make us all victims of pain. Active young children with open growth plates can suffer something called calcaneal apophysitis. Then there’s Achilles […]

Elastigirl stretched, and so should you! 3 Foot and ankle stretches that work!

Posted on August 10th, 2015

 Elastigirl stretched, and so should you! 3 Foot and ankle stretches that work! Toe Towel Scrunch: It is just what it sounds like. Lay a bath towel on a smooth surface and place your foot at the beginning of the towel. Scrunch your toes back and forth creating movement that […]

Toe nail fungus is SO not a part of my summer style!

Posted on July 28th, 2015

Has the nasty brown nail fungus guy from the commercials lifted your toe nail and hypothetically jumped in? Do you see those nail fungus commercials and think “eewww that’s me, and I should do something about it,” but never do. Well a quick and painless trip to the podiatrist will […]

Adam Sandler…Lunchlady land… And a bad case of the gout!

Posted on July 20th, 2015

5 Foods to avoid to avoid a not so magical land of gout. You know the classic Adam Sandler song from 1993, Lunchlady Land? As a young child listening to Adam Sandlers lyric LunchLady was the first I heard mention “gout.” I had no idea what it was, so I […]

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