If you are experiencing symptoms in your foot or ankle, such as pain, reduced function, or a skin or nail condition, a foot and ankle clinic can help. They offer a variety of nonsurgical and surgical Read More
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WHAT DOES PERONEAL TENDONITIS FEEL LIKE?
Do you experience pain and swelling on the outside of your foot or ankle, especially after walking, running, or doing any weight-bearing activity? If so, you may be suffering from peroneal Read More
Can You Correct A Bunion Without Surgery?
One of the most common foot deformities is bunions. They come in all shapes and sizes – from a slight bump at the base of the big toe with the toe relatively straight to a large bump with the big toe Read More
Should I See a Foot and Ankle Specialist for My Swollen Feet?
From time to time, it’s normal to experience slightly (and temporary) swollen feet and ankles – especially if you have been walking or standing for a long time, exercising, or the weather has been Read More
Deep Peroneal Nerve Entrapment Syndrome
Deep peroneal nerve entrapment is associated with a nerve type pain in the foot. It will typically display pain over the top of the foot between the first and second metatarsal. Patients will Read More
New Shoes, New School Year!
Where has the summer gone? It is almost back-to-school time, can you believe it? The start of a new school year brings about two certainties: new clothes and new shoes. Unlike in years past, the Read More
Beat the Heat With Healthy Summer Feet!
The warm weather is finally here which gives a great excuse to show off your feet and polished toes. Now is the time for picnics, pool parties, trips to the beach and playing outside-not foot pain! Read More
Avoiding a Painful Flip-Flop Summer
As the temperatures rise and the weather begins to heat up, most of you will stay cool by slipping on a favorite pair of flip-flops. Whether you are taking a trip to Narragansett beach or walking Read More
Getting Rid of Pesky Ingrown Toenails
Ingrown toenails are the painful process in which the corners of the nail will impinge the adjacent flesh. Oftentimes this results in a paronychia infection. The toenail edge penetrates the adjacent Read More