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From the Patient’s Perspective

From the Patient’s Perspective

The Procrastinator's Notes on Dealing with Injured Nail and Toe Fungus The Laser Treatment Option As a 45-year-old male who thinks of himself as a former athlete and an active adult, but in reality is more like quasi-active and knows he should be much more on the...

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What is a Podiatrist?

What is a Podiatrist?

A Podiatrist is a foot and ankle specialist.  This type of doctor treats conditions of the foot and ankle that range from ingrown toenails to more complex injuries such as ankle fractures.  The podiatrist can also play an integral part of the health care...

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Haglund’s Deformity

Haglund’s Deformity

One of the most common pathologies encountered by foot and ankle physicians is posterior heel/Achilles tendon pain. Two of the most common causes of Achilles tendon pain are a “Haglund’s Deformity” and Insertional Calcific Achilles Tendonosis (ICAT)....

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Let’s Talk About Socks, Baby!

Let’s Talk About Socks, Baby!

Until recently, putting on a pair of socks was about as important as putting on a pair of underwear.  They merely served as a barrier between your feet and your shoes.  Socks are no longer just mundane apparel destined to be lost in the dryer.  An enormous...

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