Causes of Plantar Warts on the Foot
common causes of swollen feet
removing foot corns…
removal of corns and calluses…
can a podiatrist remove corns… answers below!
Pain in the top of the foot when standing or walking? You may have a stress fracture, Pittsburgh!
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Diagnosis of Heel Pain
Achilles Tendonitis can often be diagnosed in a podiatry office with a thorough clinical exam. If it is hard to tell by inspection, then ultrasound or MRI can be useful.
Ganglion Tumors, Mucoid Cysts, Neuroma Treatment
The fact that most tumors of the foot are benign can be a problem- we rely on statistics instead of making sure. If you have a foot tumor, please have it checked out. It may be much simpler than you thought to easily remove it!
Best Products for your feet!
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Treatments for Hammertoes in Pittsburgh
Do your toes rub in your shoes?https://bvfootclinic.com/corns-and-calluses-2/
Are there sore red spots on your toe knuckles?
Do you suffer from corns and callouses?
There are simple office procedures that can help solve all these problems!
Plantar fasciitis affects over 5% of the population. That’s 5 million Americans suffering with heel pain
If you wake up in the morning and the first steps of the day are excruciating, if you work on concrete or stand for long periods of time, you may have plantar fasciitis.
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.
Do your feet burn at night, keeping you up?
Do you have tingling and numbness in your feet?
Have you given up on treating painful diabetic neuropathy in Moon Twp?
We can help!
You don’t have to live with burning foot pain.
Does your heel hurt when you take the first step out of bed in the morning?
Does it take a few minutes of walking around to “stretch out” the bottom of your foot so you can walk with out pain?