Podiatry Blog

Ready to Hit the Beach? Mind Your Feet!

Winter didn’t feel very rough—until it suddenly decided to be. But as the days grow longer and the temperature starts to rise, hope of warm, sandy beaches and refreshing swims start to rise, too. If you are looking for waterfront options, whether beach or pool, there...

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Is it Neuropathy or Something Else: A Quiz

There is no lack of sensations you can feel in your feet. There is, of course, the standard hot and cold. Those are pretty easy enough. Tingling? A little odd, but still relatively simple to tell when it’s happening. And then there’s pain. But just calling it “pain”...

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Feet, Floors, and Sports Injuries

Ah, the great indoors! Thanks to New York’s typical wet, slushy, snowy, and frequently frigid winter weather, many athletes and active people have switched over to indoor pursuits. High school and college teams in season include basketball, gymnastics, indoor track...

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From A to Feet: Nutrients and Your Foot Health

You have been told your whole life to make sure you get your vitamins and minerals. Everything seems to get tied to a specific function, too—whether it’s valid or not. “Vitamin A is good for your eyes!” “Calcium gives you strong bones!” “Vitamin C helps with colds!”...

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Is KeryFlex Right For Me?

If you’ve spent at least a year in our neck of the woods, you know how much range there can be in the seasons. A glaring hot summer one part of the year; a snow-buried freezer of a winter in another! While the differences are dramatic when seen...

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