The medical condition known as peripheral arterial disease (PAD) describes a situation where plaque (fatty deposits or cholesterol) have adhered to the walls of the arteries that lead to your legs and feet causing partial or total blockage.
At Superior Foot & Ankle Care Center, we know that families all over Long Beach are preparing for that annual back-to-school shoe shopping trip.
During the month of August, we at Superior Foot & Ankle Care Center recognize Psoriasis Action Month. Psoriasis can appear on your legs and feet as well as on other parts of your body.
Diabetes can affect your skin, joints, and bones in a number of ways. Two conditions associated with the disease—peripheral arterial disease (PAD) and neuropathy—are of particular concern when it comes to your lower extremities.
Nothing ruins a beach day faster than a foot or ankle injury. Here are some easy ways to avoid foot trouble and enjoy some fun in the surf and sand.
As many of our young patients begin to think about conditioning for fall sports, we would like to share some information about how to protect your child’s feet and encourage safe sports participation.
Many common podiatric disorders can be caused or made significantly worse by wearing improper footwear.
Did you know that children have a higher incidence of fungal foot infections like athlete’s foot and toenail fungus than adults?
We have seen too many patients happily making travel plans only to return a week later with a foot injury or other podiatric problem.
Are you comfortable wearing strappy sandals or open-style shoes? If not, does the appearance of your feet have something to do with it?