Tag: clearwater podiatrist

  • Morton’s Neuroma is Capable of Sidelining Tennis Pros and Amateurs Alike

    Many international tennis fans were saddened to learn about Milos Raonic. In the week before Memorial Day 2015, the 24-year-old, Canadian tennis player found himself in an unfortunate situation. The source of his consternation was an ongoing foot injury. For those that may have missed the sports headlines, he had Morton’s neuroma. The tennis pro […]

  • Plantar Warts and Foot Wart Removal are Best Handled by Licensed Podiatrists

    Human papilloma virus has long been associated with a number of skin growths, including mosaic and plantar warts. Unlike some other warts commonly attributed to the virus, they are potentially hard to treat because of where they are located. Think about it. As humans, we are on our feet every day and that added pressure […]

  • Achilles Tendonitis: Rely on Podiatrists to Provide the Best Solutions

    When we go outside to walk to the mailbox or sprint across the street, our Achilles tendon is hard at work. It is the large tendon that helps connect certain muscles in our legs to our heels. Consequently, it may act up after periods of extended use. When the Achilles tendon has clearly been overworked, […]

  • Foot Care For Wearing Heels

    For many women, shunning high heels and sticking to comfortable, podiatrist-approved footwear is not an option. Heels have become part of what is considered a polished and finished look. If you’re attending an event, networking, interviewing for a job, or getting married, heels, event modestly high ones, are not only the norm, they are expected. […]

  • Can You Treat Morton’s Neuromas with a Trip to the Massage Parlor?

    Many Americans struggle with Morton’s neuromas. Blamed on repeated nerve irritation and compression, it causes people to experience great pain directly in between their third and fourth toes every time they take a step. Consequently, they may decide to get foot massages at the local mall. Although this sounds like a superlative idea, it isn’t. […]