Plantar warts form in the plantar fascia, the thick layers of skin on the bottom of the foot, where they are hidden from view. The only signs are a small bump and pain when walking. They often occur in the heel or ball area where stress is the highest. They can be hard to identify […]
Cancerous growths that develop on the feet can be especially concerning because they are often overlooked until the cancer has spread.
A variety of pediatric foot conditions can cause severe pain and discomfort in kids without them being able to effectively communicate the issue. Therefore, be sure to pay attention to physical symptoms like limping or foot-dragging that may be indicative of a serious issue. Have your child seen regularly by your foot doctor to make […]
Your feet and ankles are an amazing display of natural engineering with everything working together like a well-oiled machine—until something malfunctions and you experience foot and ankle pain and discomfort. Fortunately, you can mitigate and even prevent problems with your feet and ankles by making regular visits with your foot doctor to catch and correct […]