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Benefits of a Custom Fitted Ankle Brace

Posted on January 25th, 2022 by mfamanage

If you injured your ankle, chances are, you’ll need some sort of ankle support or brace to help it heal correctly. While you could get a generic one at a store, there are many benefits of getting a custom-fit one from a trusted podiatrist. So what are some reasons you should consult with a doctor […]

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Sports Injury Prevention: Tips From Podiatrists

Posted on December 22nd, 2021 by mfamanage

Accidents happen- and if you’re participating in sports, you’re certainly more prone to sports injuries. When it comes to your feet and ankles, there are many types of injuries you could experience, including Achilles tendonitis, stress fractures, ankle sprains, and more. However, there are also many preventative measures you can take to ensure you’re less […]

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What to Expect During Foot Wart Removal

Posted on November 30th, 2021 by mfamanage

If you have a painful wart that you’re getting removed, you may be wondering what the removal process will look like. The doctor will guide you through what to expect and how the procedure will go. There are several different options for wart removal depending on your situation, and the doctor will pick the one […]

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What is a Neuroma and Why Are They so Damaging?

Posted on November 16th, 2021 by mfamanage

Neuroma, also known as Morton’s neuroma, can be a rather painful condition. It affects mainly the ball of the foot as well as between the third and fourth toes. It can make you feel like you’re standing on a small object or have something in your shoe or sock. This is due to thicker tissue […]

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How to Improve Ankle Stability at Home

Posted on September 16th, 2021 by mfamanage

Having weak ankles can cause a multitude of ankle and foot injuries. Weak ankles can negatively affect your balance, and increase your chances of getting injuries, sprains, tears, and breaks. Having strong ankles will ensure that you have a solid base and aren’t at a higher risk of injuring your ankle. However, if you do […]

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