The Connection Between Shoes and Blisters

by Dr. Cathleen A. McCarthy, Pinnacle Peak Podiatry https://podiatryshoereview.blogspot.com I recently treated a twenty-year old female patient who went to Las Vegas and spent an evening in ill-fitting heels. She developed a series of blisters that covered all her toes on both feet, a
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Bunions

by Jackie Schwartz, DPM 3rd Year Resident, The Podiatry Institute Hallux abductovalgus describes a deviation of the great toe, commonly known as a bunion deformity. It is a foot pathology commonly seen by podiatrists who understand the multiple etiologies and treatment options. Many p
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ESWT: A New Plantar Fasciitis Treatment Option

By Dr. Dorian Jimenez, DPM So you’ve enjoyed the warm weather with your favorite pair of flip flops or sandals for the whole summer.  You wore them so much that there are little toe marks where you made imprints from walking many miles with the fresh air blowing across your toes.  And
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Swollen Ankles at the End of Your Day?

By Dr. Dorian Jimenez, DPM You just finished dinner and it’s time to relax.  You take your usual comfortable spot in the house and set your drink on the side table.  The reading that you plan to do or show you plan to watch is ready to go and there’s one last thing to do.  Reaching do
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Time to Let the World See Your Toes!

By Dr. Dorian Jimenez, DPM The flowers are blooming and the trees are budding so you know it’s time to kick off those winter fleece lined boots and dig in the closet for the “toe shoes!” You know the ones I’m talking about… the flip flops, the sandals, the thongs, the slippers… whatev
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