Deposits of cholesterol, known as xanthomas, can accumulate in the Achilles tendon as a result of high cholesterol levels in the body. The tiny lumps can be alleviated by general strategies to lower cholesterol; however, xanthomas may need further treatment, such as a biopsy of the legion that does not rupture the nodule.
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Great place, I came here when I was young and now bringing my son who loves the staff and Dr. Tepper.
I was having foot problems and was referred here by my doctor. I’ve had a good experience. Dr. Tepper makes me feel comfortable and I can tell he knows what he’s talking about. It turned out I had a plantars wart. He lasered it off and I came in every 2 weeks for him to check up […]
Dr. Tepper has helped me personally from a severely strained tendon at the bottom of my foot. I suffered for 4 months, then Dr. Tepper and his staff took care of me. He did all the correct exams and shoe inserts and spent the time to answer all my questions. As a result, my feet continue to improve […]
I brought my son for a broken ankle, now a year later I came for an ingrown. I like the office availability on the weekend and extended hours, Dr. Tepper is a sweet man. The office is so friendly and made me feel comfortable.
There was hardly any wait and the waiting area is cozy and comfortable. There is a tv in the waiting area as well that will keep you entertained since it is tuned to daytime talk shows. Lots of reading material in all the rooms to keep you from being bored. Dr. Tepper is likable and very personable […]
Dr Jan Tepper, is best Podiatrist ever. Me and my husband have been coming here for a long time. He can fix all your feet problem, and has the best staff. We love him and his staff dearly.
Dr. Tepper and his staff are so nice and caring. They take the time to go over everything thoroughly.
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