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Educational Resources

Why do I have pain in the ball of my foot?

Are you wondering, why do I have burning, stabbing pain in the ball of my foot? Does it keep you from running or walking without discomfort? It could be a Morton’s neuroma, and if it is, we’re here to help. Just recently, one of our patient’s left a five-star review, saying “The Doctor was very…

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Do This to Protect Kids from Sever’s Disease

Young athletes have a high risk for Sever’s disease, a painful condition that’s common in active tweens. While there’s no guaranteed way to prevent this problem, avoiding early sports specialization may be the answer. Stick to Multi-Sports in the Early Years According to Dr. Liebeg of Akron Children’s Hospital, young kids should avoid sports specialization.…

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Check Out the New Findings on Arch Support

Are you worried about arch support and want more help? Then you’re not alone. Our recent patient, the Rev Frida K. from Magnolia, TX shared, “I visited Dr. Anum Dhukani. My visit with her was excellent. She told me what to do to have healthier feet. Albeit, the recommendation is not easy. Yet it’s worthwhile,…

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6 Reasons Why You Experience Ankle Swelling (And How We Can Help)

Ankle swelling is a painful problem, and there’s many reasons why you develop this issue. Called edema, the swelling can make it painful to stand, walk or wear any of the shoe sin your closet.  It can be a temporary or chronic problem. And we can certainly help you find relief. That was the case…

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3 Beach Safety Tips for Diabetics

Beach safety tips for diabetics are the best way to prevent foot complications on vacation. Now diabetic foot care is one of our specialties at Louetta Foot and Ankle. Just ask our patient Gayle M., who recently shared “Husband has been seeing Dr Amy for several years. Was referred to her, as he is diabetic and needed…

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3 Ways to Tell if You Have a Sprained or Broken Ankle

When you’re moving just fine and then you step the wrong way, you may feel pain in your foot or ankle. Right away, you’ll know something is wrong. But it may be harder to tell if you’ve sprained or broken your ankle, or simply experiencing a little discomfort. That makes a lot of sense, when…

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Here’s What Your Podiatrist Needs You to Know About Fish Pedicures

At our Spring and Tomball TX podiatry practices, we know that pedicures matter. We want your feet to look their best. But we want you to enjoy a safe pedicure: one that won’t leave you open to infection. Or put your diabetic feet in danger. Now, we think we do a good job delivering. Just…

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Here are 5 Signs of Hepatitis C Foot Damage

Would you recognize Hepatitis C foot damage if you were showing symptoms? Well, we hope you would. And we’re here to help! As we celebrate World Hepatitis Day this month, we want you to know more about this disease—and how it impacts your feet. Basically, this form of hepatitis is a virus that causes liver…

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Here’s Why These 7 Shoe Styles are Worst for Your Feet

In our Spring and Tomball, TX podiatry practice, we know that wearing the right shoes matters. With proper foot gear, you can avoid pain and walk or exercise comfortably. But with the wrong pair? Well, foot pain and other complications are common. That was the case for our patient Sandy L, who recently shared, “I…

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Should I Run Outside or on a Treadmill?

Treadmill vs outdoor running: we know that it’s a major debate for many runners. And we know that so many of our Spring and Tomball, TX podiatry patients love running of all kinds. But especially in the hot summer months, you may wonder whether it’s really better to run outdoors than inside, on a treadmill.…

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