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Educational Resources

How to Reduce Swelling in Feet During Pregnancy

Wondering how to reduce swelling in feet during pregnancy? Or looking for other foot care advice for for soon-to-be-moms? You’re not alone: so many new and expectant mothers wonder how to cope with (or prevent) changes in their feet. Luckily, we’re here with tips and advice so that your feet stay healthy despite the strain…

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Six Keys to Preventing and Treating Ingrown Toenails

Looking for the best method for treating ingrown toenails? Here in Spring, TX, we can wear sandals and open-toed shoes for most of the year. Except, if you have curved or infected ingrown toenails, you may want to keep them hidden. So let’s help you get back to showing off your toes–and improving your pain.…

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7 Ways to Prevent Diabetic Foot Ulcers

Managing your diabetic foot care is the best way to prevent complications like ulcers. (These are hard-to-heal infections that put you at risk for amputation.) Of course, our Spring and Tomball, TX podiatrists are here to help if problems develop. Just ask Dave, one of our patients who recently shared this about his experience with…

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What Works on Cracked Heels

Wondering what works for cracked heels? There are several different ways to heal severely dry, cracked foot skin. And this post will help you choose your best option. But first, let’s explore why you develop problems in the first place.   What Causes Cracked Heels? When the skin on your feet gets very dry, it…

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11 Ways to Stop Diabetes from Hurting Feet

Is diabetes hurting your feet? When you have diabetes, even small foot conditions can cause major problems. That’s why the American Diabetes Association has launched the Amputation Prevention Alliance. (More about that in a moment.) And that’s also why you need to include an experienced podiatrist on your diabetic care team. At our Spring and…

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Avoid These Common Football Injuries

If your child is on the high school or college football team here in Spring or Tomball, TX, it’s important to watch for signs of football injuries. You see, because of the high speeds and hard hits that characterize this popular sport, players have a high risk for ankle and foot injuries. Want to know…

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What to do with a Broken Toe on TV or on the Links

    Too many people think there’s nothing you can do for a broken toe. Or that you just have to live in pain until it heals. But when celebrities break their toes, we get to see how many options there are for treating this fracture. And that’s the case with golfer Lucas Glover and…

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Foot Pain from Cycling: Can I Fix This Problem?

Do you get foot pain from cycling? Many people who ride–either outdoors or in a spin studio–complain about hot feet, numb feet or simply achy pedal pushers. But why does cycling take such a big toll on your feet? And what can you do to prevent foot pain during a or after a bike ride?…

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Prevention of Diabetic Foot with Tibial Artery Calcification Care

One of the main goals at our podiatry practice in Spring, TX is the prevention of diabetic foot complications. Now, we do that in many different ways. But studies now say we can help predict–and prevent–ulcers by paying attention to Tibial Artery Calcification. Let’s take a closer look. Prevention of Diabetic Foot: the TAC Connection…

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How to Speed Up Broken Ankle Recovery Time

After an injury, most of our patients want to know their broken ankle recovery time. And they’re not alone. When the Northwestern Wildcats’ Venric Mark broke his ankle a few years back, he learned he’d be out for the rest of the season. As such, his team was worried that they’d lose out on appearing…

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