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Ankle and Foot Arthritis: What is it and How Can I Prevent it?

Posted on April 22nd, 2021 by mfamanage

While ankle and foot arthritis are far less common than arthritis of bigger joints such as the knee and hip, they can still be painful and debilitating. Our feet and ankles go through a lot over time and hold a lot of weight and pressure, so it’s important that we pay attention to the signs […]

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Foot Care During Pregnancy

Posted on March 24th, 2021 by mfamanage

If you’re an expectant mother needing help from foot doctors close to Chicago, we hope you’ll schedule an appointment with Mitchell Foot & Ankle, because our specialists are well aware of the foot problems that pregnancy can cause. The issues with your feet occurring during pregnancy come primarily from two sources – weight gain and […]

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Foot-Friendly Fall Prevention for Older Adults

Posted on January 26th, 2021 by mfamanage

Accidental falls always carry the risk of a serious injury, but this risk increases significantly for adults over 65. Though many will be lucky enough to get back up unharmed, one in five will suffer harm such as broken bones or a head injury. Of the 36 million older adults who fall every year, more […]

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3 Tips for Cold-Weather Foot Care

Posted on December 28th, 2020 by mfamanage

In the Midwest, we’re living through the coldest months of the year! Cold weather can be especially hard on a person’s feet, which are bound to make contact with the frosty ground each time we leave the house. Here are our tips to help keep your feet happy and healthy until the end of spring. […]

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What to Expect During Corn Removal Surgery

Posted on November 28th, 2020 by mfamanage

Corns and calluses on a person’s feet are common causes of pain and discomfort while walking. The three types of painful corns a person might experience are soft corns, hard corns, and seed corns. When it comes to identifying which type a person is suffering from, a podiatrist will consider its texture, location, and appearance. […]

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