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  • FAQs about Plantar Fasciitis
    Find out if your heel pain could be caused by plantar fasciitis. Are you dealing with heel pain? If so, you may be wondering what’s going on and if you should Read more
  • Benefits of Diabetic Shoes
    How custom shoes from your podiatrist in Lincoln Park, Chicago, Illinois can help your feet Diabetes affects over 29 million people in the United States, according to the American Diabetes Association. Read more
  • Plantar Fasciitis: Symptoms and Treatment Options
    Pain in your heel may be a sign of plantar fasciitis, a foot condition that affects the tough band of tissue connecting your heel to your toes. Fortunately, your Lincoln Read more
  • Treatment for Minor Foot Injuries
    An unexpected fall or twist can result in an injury of the foot or ankle, such as a sprain or strain. Immediate first aid can help prevent complications, reduce pain Read more
  • What Are Corns?
    Many people think corns and calluses are the same thing, but there are differences. A corn is smaller than a callus, and has a hard center which is surrounded by Read more
  • Treating a Sprained Ankle
    An ankle sprain occurs when the foot rolls or twists to the point where a ligament inside stretches beyond its normal capacity. Ankle sprains are extremely common, with an estimated Read more
  • What is Sesamoiditis?
    Sesamoids are small bones that are only connected to tendons or surrounded in muscle. This only appears in a few places in the body, one of which is the foot. Read more
  • Treating Toenail Fungus
    Treating toenail fungus Toenail fungus--it's one of the most common podiatric problems children, teens, and adults have. Causing thickened, yellow, brittle nails, onychomycosis (the medical name for toenail fungus) spreads easily Read more
  • How To Prevent Ingrown Toenails
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  • Treating Heel Spurs
    Have you been experiencing any heel pain or bothersome tenderness without any obvious cause? Although heel spurs themselves sometimes do not cause acute discomfort, they are frequently associated with the Read more

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