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  • Foot Ulcers
    Usually stemming from poor circulation and often attributed to diabetic complications, ulcers and calluses can develop on the foot.Read more...
  • Lymphedema
    Lymphedema is swelling that results from an excessive buildup of tissue fluid. This stagnant fluid contains protein and cell debris.Read more...
  • Heel Spurs
    A heel spur is a calcium deposit that forms a pointed, bony outgrowth on the heel bone.Read more...
  • Hammertoe
    Hammertoe is a deformity of the joints of the second, third, fourth, or fifth toe. The deformity causes the toe to bend downward at the middle joint.Read more...
  • Bunions
    A bunion is a bony growth that forms at the joint of the big toe. This growth is caused by the big toe pushing toward the other toes, causing it to slant at an angle against the normal profile of the foot.Read more...
  • Plantar Fasciitis
    Plantar fasciitis is a serious, painful condition that occurs when the long, flat ligament (plantar fascia) along the bottom of the foot develops tears and causes inflammation.Read more...
  • Neuropathies and Diabetic Neuropathy
    Neuropathy occurs when a nerve is damaged, resulting in swelling and inflammation. The result is numbness, tingling, and burning sensations.Read more...
  • Neuroma
    A neuroma is a benign growth of nerve tissue, caused by irritation or compression, which results in a thickening of the nerve.Read more...
  • Ingrown Toenails
    Ingrown toenails are a common condition in which the corner or side of the nail grows into the skin, causing pain and inflammation.Read more...
  • Arthritis (Foot/Ankle)
    Arthritis is a condition that affects the joints of the body, including the joints of the feet.Read more...
  • Bursitis and Achilles Tendonitis
    A bursa is a fluid-filled sac that cushions areas of friction between tendon and bone. These sacs reduce friction between moving parts of the body, such as in the hip, knee, and heel.Read more...