November is American Diabetes Month, and at Superior Foot & Ankle Care Center we offer specialized podiatric care to our patients who have this disease. Choosing shoes carefully will go a long way toward preventing diabetic complications.
One of the most frequent reasons that patients come to see us at Superior Foot & Ankle Care Center is heel pain. Though there can be many reasons you have heel pain, but here are three common causes
At Superior Foot & Ankle Care Center, we know that fashion boots are popular among our patients. Here are some tips to remember when purchasing new boots or evaluating the ones currently in your closet.
Swelling of the feet and ankles is a fairly common occurrence. It’s important not to ignore swelling that lasts for more than a day or is an ongoing symptom. Make an appointment with one of our podiatrists, Dr. Victoria M. Foley or Dr. Constance Ornelas to have your feet and ankles examined and find the source of the swelling.
Certain foot problems, however, have names that sound quite frightening, but in reality, are fairly common and easily treated. Below are three that might cause you to be alarmed
A Lisfranc injury often occurs during sports and affects the long bones of your toes.
Hormonal changes and weight gain that occur naturally during pregnancy can play havoc on the health of your feet.
Bunions and hammertoes are both deformities of the toes that can seem more painful than ever when patients switch from the open shoe styles of summer to closed toe shoes in the fall.
We want our patients to keep their feet safe while hiking. Below are some recommendations before you hit the trail.
During the month of September, we celebrate Fall Prevention Awareness Day ,and it’s a good opportunity for us to address this serious concern for our senior patients.