Most Heel Pain Does Not Require Surgery: MD Podiatrist
Most Heel Pain Does Not Require Surgery: MD Podiatrist
Tips for Injured Runners
Common Foot Conditions
Operate Like a DPM
Treatment of cracked heels
MD Podiatrist Emphasizes the Health Benefits of Foot Soaks
MD Podiatrist Discusses How to Choose a Good Children's Shoe
MD Podiatrist Discusses Best Shoes for Nurses
Heel Pain in 6-14 Year Olds a Warning Sign: MD Podiatrist
Choose Fit over Fashion for Back to School Shoes: MD Podiatrist
MD Podiatrist Discusses Zero Drop Shoes
MD Podiatrist Discusses Exfoliant Peel for Feet
Botox Can be Used to Treat Foot Conditions: MD Podiatrist
Achilles Tendon Injuries Can be Prevented: MD Podiatrist
MD Podiatrist Discusses Back to School Shoe Shopping
MD Podiatrist Discusses Causes of Heel Fissures
Walking Barefoot is Risky, Especially for Diabetics: MD Podiatrist
Lack of Protection of Feet in Summer Leads to More Injuries: MD Podiatrist
Look for Summer Shoes with Built-in Arch Supports: MD Podiatrist
Ultramarathon Winner in Sandals is an Outlier: MD Podiatrist
Plantar Fasciitis at Epidemic Proportions: MD Podiatrist
MD Podiatrist Comments on "Barbie Feet: Instagram Craze
Foot Pain in Summer
Massage for foot pain
MD Podiatrist Comments on Renaissance in Foot Care in the NBA
Maryland Podiatrist Emphasizes the Importance of Wearing Proper Foot Wear
Majority of Heel Pain Patients Have Plantar Fascia Tears: MD Podiatrist
Foot Detox Scam
Proper Shoe Fitting and Break-in are the Keys to Blister Prevention: MD Podiatrist
MD Podiatrist Explains Why Children's Shoes Should Not be Bought Online
MD Podiatrist Discusses Plantar Fasciitis
Make Smart Choices When it Comes to Footwear
MD Podiatrist Discusses Bunion Surgery
MD Podiatrist Discusses Ingrown Toenails
MD Podiatrist Discusses Pre-Diabetes and Peripheral Neuropathy
MD Podiatrist Advises How Long to Wear High Heels
Maryland Foot & Ankle Surgeon discusses “Hot Feet.”
MD Podiatrist Provides Children’s Shoe Buying Advice
Shoe Size Matters: MD Podiatrist
Keeping Nail Polish on Too Long is Dangerous: MD Podiatrist
MD Podiatrist Provides Spring Foot Health Tips
Stay Away From Platform Sandals: MD Podiatrist
Amputation Prevention for Diabetics
Diabetics Should Not Walk Barefoot: MD Podiatrist
90 Percent of Bunions are Genetic
Many Women Wear the Wrong Type of Shoe: MD Podiatrist
MD Podiatrist Discusses Basics of a Good Running Shoe
Intervening Early is Key to Treating Bunions: MD Podiatrist
Exercises are Key to Maintaining Foot & Ankle Strength and ROM: MD Podiatrist
MD Podiatrist Suggests That British Royal had Bunion Surgery
Fish Skin Strikingly Similar to Human Skin: MD Podiatrist
Aging Feet More Prone to Foot Issues
Common Running Injuries
The feet and ankles work together to provide support and mobility to the body. A foot or ankle sprain is a soft tissue injury.
Peripheral neuropathy is damage of the peripheral nerves. Your peripheral nerves—the nerves in your toes and fingertips—are the ones on the periphery of your body.
One of the most common ailments that people complain of are bunions. A #bunion is a bump that forms on the base of the joint of the big toe.
#February is National Heart Healthy Month so today we have dedicated our#wackyshoewednesday to some pretty crazy heart heels!
With #Valentine'sDay quickly approaching, don't forget you can always give the gift of a gift certificate to our Safe Spa!
How can psoriasis be treated, you ask? According to Dr. Michaels, mild psoriasis can be treated with a topical steroid cream applied directly to the affected area.
Since we are still dealing with the wonderful#winter season, now is a great time to discuss skin issues. Some people, especially diabetics, suffer from excessive dry skin. But how do you know when it is more than #dryskin?
The #answer to our #funfactfriday question is: The big toe! The Hallux is the most common toe to become ingrown.
#funfact friday is here! Question of the day: On what toe are #ingrown toenails most common?
So, let's say that you have seen Dr. Michaels and he has performed the #ingrowntoenailprocedure. You may be wondering how you should care for it after leaving our office and what to expect.
When #VictoriaBeckham wore these #christianlouboutin heels we are sure that they were at the height of fashion!
You may be wondering how an #ingrowntoenail is treated. Luckily for you, Dr. Michaels has created a video discussing possible treatment options and ways to deal with a pesky ingrown nail.
A few weeks ago we talked about surgery and learned that the most common in-office surgery is to correct ingrown toenails.
For this #funfactfriday, let's talk about celebrities! Can you guess which of these three celebrities has been caught with#fungal nails?
While fungal nails can be a bothersome infection, Dr. Michaels has found some techniques to fight back. One of our most popular treatment methods is the use of an FDA approved laser.
One way that a person can acquire a #fungal infection is by going to a nail salon that does not use #sterile practices.
Let's talk about something that isn't so pleasant....#fungus or fungal infections (onychomycosis in medical jargon).
Dig deep into your mind today and take a guess for #funfactfriday!
Instead of #wackyshoewednesday, we decided to show you a few examples of what your custom molded orthotics could look like!
Do you suffer from foot pain? Does the ball of your foot hurt? Do you have pain in the arch of your foot?
The answer to our #funfactfriday is a two-part one.
#funfactfriday is in full swing this morning!
When is surgery necessary? According to our very own Dr. Michaels, "#footsurgery would be necessary when a person is no longer responsive to consevsative treatments and pain, discomfort, and deformity still persist."
If you do require surgery, don't take the bland surgical shoe, get creative like these patients did! #funfootwear#wackyshoewednesday #surgeryrocks
Part of our name is #reconstruction, which does imply that we perform surgery.
They answer to our #funfactfriday question is....
It's the first #funfactfriday of #2015!
A #corn or #callus can be a painless nuisance, but for some they can be a daily problem, causing pain and irritation.
So maybe these weren't the kind of "corn" that we have been talking about....
We have briefly discussed #corns and calluses, but lets not forget that these don't happen to just you and me.
Many people suffer from a thickening of the skin on their toes and feet. These areas are called #corns or #calluses.
Let the countdown begin It's almost time to say goodbye to 2014 and Hello 2015!
funfactfriday is in full swing! Today's question: What is the #heel bone called?
#PoshSpice is no stranger to wearing high heels! The fashion forward former popstar is always making a statement in some skyscraper shoes whenever she steps out.
So instead of the normal #wackyshoewednesday we want to try #whichwouldyouwearwednesday!
This just in....#DuchessKate is 5 months pregnant and still wearing 4 inch heels!
Make sure to check out Dr. Michaels from#Reconstructive Foot and Ankle Institute, LLC on WHAG's #medicalcorner!
Does the #holiday preparation have you #stressedout? Are you in need a little "you" time? Come visit our Safe Spa.
It's #FunFactFriday again! Today's #question ties into yesterday's post.
For those of you who have not had the chance to check out our latest newsletter "Strains, Sprains, and Automobiles", we have pulled a few of the key points for you!
It's #wackyshoewednesday and we thought with the#holidays coming up our Mom followers, and some Dad's too, can relate to these cute little shoes. Whether your #elfontheshelf is a boy or a girl, these little ice skates and scarf would make a great addition!