Addressing Cuboid Syndrome
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Achilles Footcare Center, with two offices in Dallas TX, is dedicated to getting to the root of your foot or ankle problem. Gary Kaiserman, DPM specializes in heel pain, ingrown toenails, bunions and more. We are a full service office that can handle anything from heel spurs to foot trauma. Having chronic foot or ankle pain can greatly affect the quality of your life, and we understand that. We al
so know how hectic things can be, so our highly experienced staff provides flexible hours to best serve you. We are committed to making our practice and care convenient and accessible as client satisfaction is our number one goal. (972) 387-3666 North Dallas
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Addressing Cuboid Syndrome
Athlete's Foot or Dry Skin?
Causes of Peripheral Neuropathy
When the nerves that transmit messages from the brain to the feet are damaged, the result is a condition known as peripheral neuropathy. The main symp...
Wounds That Don't Heal Need to Be Checked
Diabetic foot screening is a must for good foot health.
What Is an Avulsion Fracture of the Ankle?
One common ankle injury is an avulsion fracture. This occurs when a ligament or tendon tears off a portion of the bone. An avulsion fracture is common...
What Is a Pressure Sore
Various Treatment Methods For Broken Toes
Most people notice immediately if they have broken a toe. Broken toes typically occur when the toe is stubbed into a piece of furniture or when someth...
Pros and Cons of Flat Feet
It's Time for Beautiful Feet
You don't have to suffer from toenail fungus.
Exercises to Strengthen the Feet
Of the 600+ muscles in the body, 29 are associated with the feet. Ten of these muscles, known as global muscles, begin on the outside of the foot and...
Why High Tops May Cause Foot Problems in Kids
High top sneakers were once worn primarily by basketball players to protect their ankles from getting injured. The jury is still out among experts on...
The Severity of Ankle Fractures
A fracture is when a bone breaks or cracks. When it comes to the ankle, three different bones can be fractured: the tibia (the larger of the two bones...
Hair on the Toes
Everyday Foot Care
Heel Pain Can Be Treated!
You don't have to live with heel pain.
Surgery for Bunions
How Lupus Can Affect the Feet
Lupus is an autoimmune disease that attacks tissues throughout the body, including the feet. It can attack muscles, blood vessels, tendons, and skin a...
Who Is a Podiatrist?
Clubfoot May Affect One or Both Feet
A rare foot condition that is generally identified after birth is known as clubfoot. Typically, one foot is affected in babies that are born with this...
How Custom Orthotics May Help Those With Arthritis in the Feet
Custom orthotics can often provide much needed relief from foot pain and inflammation caused by osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis. Custom orthoti...
Reminder: When Was the Last Time...?
Get your orthotics checked.
Three Tips for Preventing Falls
Who Gets Flat Feet?
Possible Reasons for Achilles Tendon Pain
The Achilles tendon main function is to connect the heel to the calf. An Achilles tendon injury can occur from overuse, or because of a fall. If the t...
Types of Bone Spurs in the Heels
Two conditions that involve the growth of bone spurs in the heel are heel spur syndrome and insertional Achilles tendonitis. Calcaneal (heel) spurs co...
Are You Suffering From Ingrown Toenails?
Ingrown toenails can be treated.
Is My Toe Broken or Bruised?
The most common method of differentiating between a broken toe and a bruised toe is to have an X-ray taken. They both can cause severe pain and discom...
Types of Foot Ulcers
Patients who are diabetic may be familiar with wound care for the feet. Elevated blood sugar levels may cause a foot ulcer to gradually develop and im...
Dealing With Running Injuries
Running is generally thought to be good for overall physical fitness, especially as it applies to cardiovascular health. It also leaves the runner ope...
Obesity and Foot Problems
Obesity and the Feet
Treat Your Feet to Diabetic Shoes
Diabetic shoes can bring relief to the feet of patients suffering from diabetes.
What Causes Heel Bursitis?
In addition to the many bones, tendons, ligaments, and muscles found in the foot, it also contains bursa. These sacs of fluid act as cushions between...
Several Reasons Why Foot Pain Can Occur
There are 26 bones, several tendons, and ligaments that each foot is composed of. Many people worldwide will experience foot pain at least once during...
If blood circulation is healthy, blood flows from the legs to the heart. Prolonged sitting or standing can lead to swelling in the legs, ankles, and f...
Three Categories of Nerves
Peripheral neuropathy is a nerve disorder that can affect the feet. It typically causes the inability to feel sensations in the feet, and is prevalent...
Protecting Yourself from Athlete’s Foot
Tinea pedis is the medical term for a fungal infection that occurs on the feet, known as athlete’s foot. Since the fungus prefers warm, damp, dark env...
Do You Suffer From Painful Feet?
Hammertoes can be corrected.
How Can Losing Weight Help My Feet?
Obesity poses risks to your health, as well as extra pressure put on your feet. With each step you take, your feet must hold one and a half times your...
Seeing a Podiatrist for Rheumatoid Arthritis of the Feet
Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a chronic inflammatory disease that can affect the joints of the feet. One who has RA of the feet often experiences pain...
Common Types of Running Injuries
Running injuries are common among people who are athletic. It is important to practice running injury prevention techniques, and this can be accomplis...
Do I Have Flat Feet?
The medical term for fallen arches or flat feet is known as pes planus. It is noticeable when the foot lies flat on the floor, and the arch is absent....
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