Our Podiatric Blog


How to Prevent (And Treat) Ingrown Toenails

You can trust us as podiatric experts on this one: If you look down at your bare feet and see toenails, there’s a possibility any of them can become ingrown. (That said, big toes have the greatest risk, with little toes being the next-most likely.) That might not seem...

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At-Home Treatment for Heel Pain

It’s easy to think that any type of pain in the body is a problem, but that’s really only partially accurate. See, any type of pain is “an indication of a problem” in the body. And that means there are times when pain is actually a good thing. Case in point, if you...

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Sprains vs. Fractures: What to Do About Them

This is something that happens from time to time at podiatry clinics around the country, including ours: A patient walks in complaining about a sprained ankle. “Doctor, this sprain just won’t go away! I’ve had it for weeks, months, years and it’s not getting any...

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Why Diabetic Wounds Need Treatment ASAP

We are proud to provide patients with many valuable services here at our Upland podiatrist office, but perhaps one of the most important is diabetic foot care. Keeping the lower limbs safe requires education and early treatment – especially when an individual has...

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Healthy Diet Choices for Diabetic Individuals

If you’re relatively healthy, your dietary choices are instrumental in helping you to maintain—and perhaps even improve—your health. If you have diabetes, though, those dietary choices are absolutely essential for reducing your risk of serious medical issues. Even...

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Do Orthotics Really Work?

  When it comes to the possible tools and techniques we have to help patients overcome painful conditions, perhaps the most versatile is the use of orthotic therapy. Custom orthotics can be used to treat issues as diverse as bunions, cavus foot (high, rigid foot...

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Why See a Podiatrist?

If you (or any of your family members) are suffering from a condition or injury causing pain in the lower limbs, it could warrant an office visit to see a podiatrist. Why? Well, because podiatrists are doctors who specialize in treating foot and ankle issues. This...

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