Achilles Tendon Surgery, Pittsburgh!
If you’ve had an Achilles rupture, or any tendon rupture, don’t despair, surgery usually has an excellent outcome!
If you have heard of gout, but are not really sure what it is, don’t worry – you are not alone!
It is a form of arthritis that occurs from a build up of uric acid crystals in a person’s joints.
Don’t be afraid to come in because you think you might lose your foot. The earlier you come in, the better chance we have of actually saving your leg and you going on to full healing and resuming all your daily activities.
Taking care of your feet is essential to a healthy lifestyle, and in no sport is it more important than for runners. Whether you are training to run a marathon or just trying to stay fit, there are several ways you can keep your feet healthy for your next run.
Yes- you literally glue the vein shut.
Does the side of your toenail hurt? Is it getting red or swollen?
It may be ingrown. Here are some dos and don’ts :
If you’ve had procedures that have left you with scars on your foot or leg, there are treatments to help lessen them available.
There are a couple great alternative depending on your insurance coverage and how much you desire of great cosmetic results.
Toe numbness or a tingling and burning sensation in your toes may be the result of a condition that affects the nerves and/or blood vessels of the foot. This could be the sign of a larger problem like nerve damage, diabetes or even a stroke. Pittsburgh Podiatrist, Dr. Christina Teimouri, DPM shares her thoughts on the tingling sensation many people cope with every day.
This forms from repetitive pressure to the toenail, causing it to lift and as it rips the connective tissue holding the nail in place, the small blood vessels leak and bleed, filling the area under the toe with blood, giving it that reddish blue color.
Toenail Fungus is a fungal infection that effects the toenail and the surrounding skin and can be very embarrassing and painful if left untreated.
One topical solution has risen to popularity in recent years. It’s called Jublia and if you’ve seen the advertisements this prescribed topical solution claims to treat the site of the fungus at the nail or the skin surrounding the nail.
Beaver Valley Foot Clinic knows all too well the winter months are especially harsh on our feet due to cold and damp snowy conditions. The elderly and diabetic most at risk due to circulatory issues, but there are steps everyone can take to prevent foot injury during this winter season.
What are Ingrown Toenails?
An ingrown nail is the result of a nail growing into the skin that surrounds it. This often occurs at either edge of the big toe. Ingrown nails may be caused by improper trimming, Diabetic nails, injuries, fungal infections, or pressure. A simple 5 minute office procedure will permanently fix this problem. Learn More:
The Best thing you can do for your ingrown toenail is see a podiatrist specializing in ingrown nails, like Dr Teimouri DPM. She is kid friendly and knows they are scared and need special treatment. Also she will wait until it is totally numb and never rush you. Third, as a woman she knows that you want your nail to LOOK good after it’s healed. This attention to detail makes Dr Teimouri DPM one of the best Podiatrist in Pittsburgh to fix an ingrown toenail.
Looking for gentle, fast relief from all kinds of foot pain? Consider Beaver Valley Foot Clinic, with four locations throughout the Beaver County and surrounding area, including a new one in Bridgewater. “After 21 years being a Podiatrist in Beaver County, we are happy to announce our newest foot clinic in Beaver, PA, offering full service podiatry in Bridgewater including, ingrown toenails, laser for warts and heel pain treatment,” states Dr. Tina Teimouri of Beaver Valley Foot Clinic.
The care your feet require changes as the seasons do (especially when you are walking through the weather of Pittsburgh). How you care for your feet and deal with foot care treatments in the summer, for instance, is different than how you would care for your feet in the fall. When you start trading in your summer sandals for boots, you should also change your Pittsburgh foot care habits too.