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Educational Resources

What are the Early Signs of Bunions?

If you notice the early signs of bunions, you can seek immediate treatment. Before small bunions get larger, you can often treat them without surgery. So you want to catch these bumps ASAP. How can you do that? Read on to find out more. But first… What is a bunion? A bunion is a bony…

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3 Times to Take Off Shoes, According to a Podiatrist

There’s a lot of risk when you take off shoes at the wrong time. Walk around shoeless for hours, and you leave your arches without support. That can leave you with stressed tendons and plantar fasciitis, something we saw lots of during the peak of work-from-home days. Another risk? If you take off your socks…

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Why Treating Neuropathy Could Save Your Life

With diabetes, high blood sugar can damage your nerves, causing neuropathy. Diabetic neuropathy is painful. It leaves your feet numb, tingling or with shooting pain. Many providers have a hard time treating neuropathy. But in our Spring and Tomball, TX podiatry practices, we can treat neuropathy. And we have many different treatment options. Just ask…

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The Best Way to Get Safe Pedicures

Sometimes, you just need to relax and get your toenails looking pretty with safe pedicures. Maybe you’re avoiding salons, because of the cost or safety concerns. Or maybe you’re just crunched for time and squeezing in a home pedicure between work, virtual school and preparing those endless meals and snacks. We get it. But we…

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Avoid Chronic Plantar Fasciitis with Early Treatment

When you have heel pain, a small problem can become chronic plantar fasciitis if you don’t seek early treatment. But what is plantar fasciitis? And what are your treatment options? Let’s take a closer look! What is plantar fasciitis? This term describes inflammation of the plantar fascia. (That’s the thick band of tissue at the…

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Orthotics and Stretches to Relieve Heel Pain

Did you know that you can choose orthotics and stretches to relieve heel pain? It’s true, but first we need to know what’s causing that heel pain. And one common cause if plantar fasciitis, triggered by inflammation. In turn, you’re likely to experience foot, heel and arch pain. Thankfully, simple interventions can make a big…

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Thyroid Related Foot Pain: Learn the Warning Signs

What does your thyroid have to do with foot pain? And what even is your thyroid? Well, your thyroid is a small gland in your neck. Shaped like a butterfly, it helps regulate your metabolism. But when it’s not working well, you’ll experience many different symptoms. And some of them can affect your feet. So,…

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Do Flat Shoes Cause Plantar Fasciitis?

Can you develop a case of flat shoes plantar fasciitis? Here’s the deal. Many fashion-forward women know that wearing high heels for extended periods of time causes pain. But what they often forget is that flat shoes—especially those with little to no arch support—can cause just as many foot problems as heels. Let’s take a…

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How to Clear Athlete’s Foot

Do you want to know how to clear athlete’s foot? Well, the answer may be different for everyone. After all, there are more than 40 different fungi that cause this infection, and some need different treatments than others. At the same time, about 25% of all people will get this infection at some point in…

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What’s the Deal with Hairy Toes?

Hairy toes are pretty common. But not everyone has them, and very few people want them…except, maybe your team of podiatrists in Spring TX. Why would we get on board with this furry phenomenon? Keep reading to find out. What’s the Upside of Having Hairy Toes? All humans grow hair on their toes. But some…

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