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  • Sinus Tarsi Syndrome: Pain Near the Outside of Your Ankle
    After an ankle sprain or repetitive strain on the ankle joint, lingering pain localized in the front and outside part near the ankle could be a condition called Sinus Tarsi Syndrome. This is an acute or chronic painful condition on the lateral aspect of the sinus tarsi, which is a small tunnel sitting between the […] The post Sinus Tarsi Syndrome: Pain Near the Outside of Your Ankle appeared first...
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  • Stinky Feet Series: Got itchy scaly redness in between the toes?
    Unlike athlete’s foot, a fungal infection of the foot, the soggy nature of feet in shoes can also foster a stinky bacteria infection called erythrasma. The bacterium that grows in this environment is called Corynebacterium minutissimum. This bacteria is part of the normal skin flora but under the right moist condition, it can proliferate leading […] The post Stinky Feet Series: Got itchy scaly red...
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  • Stinky Feet Series: Scaly itchy Feet?
    Getting sweaty and stinky feet by being in a pair of close-fitting shoes for a long period of time can lead to an itchy condition called tinea pedis, also commonly known as athlete’s foot. Tinea pedis is a common fungal infection of the foot that is caused by a group of fungus called dermatophytes. Generally […] The post Stinky Feet Series: Scaly itchy Feet? appeared first on Columbus Podiatry & S...
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  • Stinky Feet Series: Got Sweaty Feet?
    As the summer heat continues to roll into August, sweaty feet combined with the dark moist environment within shoes can increase the chances of bacteria and fungus to breed. This can lead to a smelly foot as the bacteria and fungus grow well in between the toes of a soggy foot. To stop the smell […] The post Stinky Feet Series: Got Sweaty Feet? appeared first on Columbus Podiatry & Surgery.
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  • Feeling Stiffness in the Feet
    Getting older does not get easier and as you grow older, the pain and stiffness in the feet and ankles could be osteoarthritis, also known as degenerative joint disease (DJD). Osteoarthritis foot pain is the most common type of arthritis and is a consequence of the wear and tear to the joint cartilage that comes […] The post Feeling Stiffness in the Feet appeared first on Columbus Podiatry & Surge...
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  • Don’t Forget Your Feet When Out in the Sun!
    Skin cancer is one of the most dangerous risks from being sunburned and is also the most common of all cancers especially in young adults. According to the American Cancer Society, about 87,110 new melanomas will be diagnosed in the United States for 2017. The popular shoewear during the summer are flip-flops and one of […] The post Don’t Forget Your Feet When Out in the Sun! appeared first on Col...
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  • Summer Footwear: Can Flip-flops Lead to Foot and Ankle Problems?
    With the warm summer days upon us, many people are choosing flip-flops as their go-to summer footwear. Flip-flops are cool, comfy, and easy to wear but are held on the foot with just a thin strap between two toes and that can lead to serious foot problems. Flip-flops, as popular as they are in a […] The post Summer Footwear: Can Flip-flops Lead to Foot and Ankle Problems? appeared first on Columbu...
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  • What is this Pain on the Outside of My Foot?
    Peroneal tendinitis is an irritation to the peroneal tendons, which runs around the lateral malleolus of the fibula bone or the bony part on the outside of the ankle. There are two peroneal tendons that run parallel to each other along the lateral malleolus and inserts to the inside and outside of the foot near […] The post What is this Pain on the Outside of My Foot? appeared first on Columbus Po...
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  • Nail Avulsion
    We stub our toes often throughout our lives. Occasionally, we may kick the toe hard enough that the toenail is lifted or broken off from the toe. If this occurs, it is tempting to remove the whole nail or clip it back ourselves. However, there are advantages to seeing a podiatrist. A podiatrist will be able […] The post Nail Avulsion appeared first on Columbus Podiatry & Surgery.
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  • Walking On Broken Glass
    One of the most common maladies to befall a foot is a foreign body. Children step on splinters, adults step on glass, and feet come in contact with sharp plant leavings. Most people try to remove the foreign body from their foot. However, to avoid making a worse wound or an infection, it is important […] The post Walking On Broken Glass appeared first on Columbus Podiatry & Surgery.
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  • Losing More Than Your Lungs
    For the last 50 years, the rate of smoking has dropped precipitously from 42% to 15% of all Americans. However, thousands of young smokers take up the habit every day. Many know of the effects of cigarettes on the lungs, including lung cancer but few know of the effects on the legs and feet. The […] The post Losing More Than Your Lungs appeared first on Columbus Podiatry & Surgery.
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  • Ache In Your Bones
    For most Americans that complain that their bones ache, it is due to their muscles, ligaments or joints — not their bones. Occasionally, when someone says that their bones ache, it can be a sign that something more sinister is behind the pain. This is especially true if they notice that the ache is localized […] The post Ache In Your Bones appeared first on Columbus Podiatry & Surgery.
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  • Crossing Over
    Disorders of the lesser digits are extremely common and are seen by podiatrists daily. Although there could be many causes of pain, one of the most devastating is the dislocation of the second digit joint where the toe meets the foot, often named predislocation syndrome if not fully dislocated. Often this deformity occurs due to […] The post Crossing Over appeared first on Columbus Podiatry & Surg...
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  • Unstable Ground
    Over 23,000 ankle sprains occur daily in the United States. Many recover without pain or long-term consequences but nearly half do not seek treatment and many will reinjure the ankle leading to long term pain or instability in over half of those affected. While ankle mechanics can be affected due to increased ligament laxity on […] The post Unstable Ground appeared first on Columbus Podiatry & Sur...
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  • What Is This Bump On My Foot?
    A portion of the population will develop a mass or nodule on the foot that may worry them. However, many masses are benign and should not be treated with surgery unless symptomatic. Examples include fibromas, which are hard rubbery mobile masses often on the bottom of the foot; cysts which are fluid filled sacks, often […] The post What Is This Bump On My Foot? appeared first on Columbus Podiatry ...
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  • My Legs Are Turning Brown
    Venous disease is common among the elderly. As we age, the valves in the veins that maintain the movement of blood back to the heart weaken and are insufficient to prevent backflow of blood. The blood pools to some extent, allowing fluids to diffuse from the capillaries to the tissue external to the vascular system. […] The post My Legs Are Turning Brown appeared first on Columbus Podiatry & Surge...
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  • When to Treat Nails
    The most common cause of nail complaints is nail fungal infection, a rather benign condition in which the nails become thickened, oddly shaped, with debris under the nail fold. If there is no pain or the nail is not lifting from the nail bed, treatment is entirely aesthetic. But other nail defects can underlie more […] The post When to Treat Nails appeared first on Columbus Podiatry & Surgery.
  • My Child’s Heel Hurts
    Do you notice that your child complains of heel pain especially after running, jumping, or playing sports? Is the pain on the back of the heel? No parent likes to see their child in pain. Often the first causes that come to mind are the scariest: tears, breaks, and perhaps…cancer. Although these fears are occasionally […] The post My Child’s Heel Hurts appeared first on Columbus Podiatry & Surgery...
  • Applying Relief
    Pain is one of the most common reasons that a person visits the doctor. Often kidney disease, a fear of addiction, side effects, etc. may prevent a person from taking oral medications. What is left for the person to control the pain and go about their daily lives and special occasions? The following topical medications […] The post Applying Relief appeared first on Columbus Podiatry & Surgery.
  • When Growing Pains Are Not Growing Pains
    Although rare, juvenile arthritis (JA) affects over 200,000 children in the US each year. It can cause a constellation of symptoms or be localized to one joint. Examples of JA include: Oligoarticular – pain in four or less joints for at least six weeks Polyarticular – pain in five or more joints for at least […] The post When Growing Pains Are Not Growing Pains appeared first on Columbus Podiatry ...
  • Between the Toes
    Erythrasma is a condition in which the skin between the toes becomes red and itchy. The skin may turn brown or become scaly. Creams, anti-fungal ointments, and powders will not resolve the skin infection. Those with erythrasma may notice the same patches of skin in skin fold regions: armpit, the groin, the belly button, and […] The post Between the Toes appeared first on Columbus Podiatry & Surger...
  • Big Toe Joint Pain
    Hallux limitus is a condition in which the joint that moves the big toe becomes stiff and possibly painful from arthritic changes. The pain usually is with lifting the toe or stretching the toe toward the leg. The pain may occur with walking, with jumping or over time if the joint is damaged, at rest. […] The post Big Toe Joint Pain appeared first on Columbus Podiatry & Surgery.
  • When is Sweaty Feet Too Sweaty?
    Hyperhidrosis is excessive sweating often associated with white, soft skin that is prone to breakdown and infection. The feet of patients with increased sweating often demonstrate the skin breakdown or infection between the toes. Often the inter-web spaces smell strongly and develop fissures and ulcers. The excess sweating may be localized to the feet or […] The post When is Sweaty Feet Too Sweaty...
  • When Nerves Hurt: Part III
    The peripheral nervous system found throughout the body works closely with the brain and spinal cord to send and receive messages. The system is responsible for telling the brain that ice is cold or a knife is sharp and the brain in return sends signals to tell the peripheral nervous system to activate muscles. When […] The post When Nerves Hurt: Part III appeared first on Columbus Podiatry & Surg...
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  • When Nerves Hurt: Part II
    Most people, when they injure their ankle, experience sharp pain on the inside or outside of the ankle that over time turns into duller pain and ultimately goes away as the ligaments heal. However, sometimes the pain doesn’t go away and instead changes. The pain or sensations have been described as burning, numbness, crawling, cold, […] The post When Nerves Hurt: Part II appeared first on Columbus...
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