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Morton’s Neuroma - Miami Beach, Bal Harbour and Bay Harbour, Florida - Podiatrist Gary Curson, DPM Podiatrist Dr. Gary Curson discusses the symptoms, causes and treatments for Morton’s Neuroma. *******www.miamiareafeet**** A neuroma is an enlarged, benign growth of nerves, most commonly between the third and fourth toes. Neuromas are caused by tissue rubbing against and irritating the nerves. Pressure from poorly fitting shoes or an abnormal bone structure can also lead to this condition. Symptoms may include sensations of thickness, burning, numbness, tingling, or pain in the ball of the foot. Treatments generally include wearing corrective shoes or orthotics and/or cortisone injections. In severe cases, surgical removal of the growth may be necessary. Visit our website: *******www.miamiareafeet****
8 May 2013
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Morton’s Neuroma - Podiatrist in Orlando, Altamonte Springs, Melbourne, FL - Robert Kirschenbaum, DPM Dr. Robert Kirschenbaum of Affordable Foot Clinics discusses the symptoms, causes and treatments of Morton’s Neuroma *******www.footcenters**** A neuroma is an enlarged, benign growth of nerves, most commonly between the third and fourth toes. Neuromas are caused by tissue rubbing against and irritating the nerves. Pressure from poorly fitting shoes or an abnormal bone structure can also lead to this condition. Symptoms may include sensations of thickness, burning, numbness, tingling, or pain in the ball of the foot. Treatments generally include wearing corrective shoes or orthotics and/or receiving cortisone injections. In severe cases, surgical removal of the growth may be necessary.
15 Apr 2013
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Morton’s Neuroma - Podiatrist in Valley Stream and Lake Success, NY Dr. Mleczko of Long Island Podiatry Group discusses the symptoms, causes and treatments for Morton’s Neuroma *******www.LIPods**** A neuroma is an enlarged, benign growth of nerves, most commonly between the third and fourth toes. Neuromas are caused by tissue rubbing against and irritating the nerves. Pressure from poorly fitting shoes or an abnormal bone structure can also lead to this condition. Symptoms may include sensations of thickness, burning, numbness, tingling, or pain in the ball of the foot. Treatments generally include wearing corrective shoes or orthotics and/or receiving cortisone injections. In severe cases, surgical removal of the growth may be necessary. Visit our website: *******www.LIPods**** *******www.youtube****/watch?v=OapnFJe0Z7A
24 Apr 2012
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Morton’s Neuroma - Podiatrist in Bethesda, MD and Springfield, VA Dr. Paul Ross discusses the symptoms, causes and treatments for Morton’s Neuroma. *******www.paulrossdpm**** A neuroma is an enlarged, benign growth of nerves, most commonly between the third and fourth toes. Neuromas are caused by tissue rubbing against and irritating the nerves. Pressure from poorly fitting shoes or an abnormal bone structure can also lead to this condition. Symptoms may include sensations of thickness, burning, numbness, tingling, or pain in the ball of the foot. Treatments generally include wearing corrective shoes or orthotics and/or receiving cortisone injections. In severe cases, surgical removal of the growth may be necessary. Visit our website: *******www.paulrossdpm**** YouTube: *******www.youtube****/watch?v=WpqNh2rd_IE&feature=youtu.be
29 Mar 2012
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Diabetic Foot Care - Chiropodist in Sarnia, London and Chatham, ON Chiropodist Jamie Maczko of Mazcko Chiropody and Orthotic Centre discusses why diabetics must come in for a comprehensive foot exam to avoid the complications of diabetes. *******www.maczkochiropody**** Daily Footcare Written on December 28th, 2010 Early detection and recognition of foot problems is very important if one wishes to keep their feet happy and healthy. If we practice simple foot health techniques daily, we can often prevent or resolve common foot ailments. Please consider incorporating the following four procedures into your daily routine. A) Daily Inspection Each day using your hands as well as your eyes inspect the whole foot, including between and underneath the toes for cuts, cracks, swelling, bruises, redness, etc. Proper lighting is essential. If you are unable to bend down to examine your feet, the use of a mirror is advised. If you locate an abrasion, cleanse the area thoroughly, dry it and apply a mild antiseptic with a sterile dressing. Check and change the dressing at least twice daily. If it does not appear to be healing or if any part of your foot or leg changes colour (that is, dark blue or black) contact your doctor or chiropodist immediately. B) Daily washing Regular daily washing of the feet with a mild soap in lukewarm water is very important to remove all debris and bacteria which accumulate on the skin. Thus, keeping the feet clean will substantially decrease the risk of infection should an injury occur. Do not soak feet for more than ten minutes as this will cause the skin to become dry and scaly. C) Proper Drying It is very important to remove all moisture from the feet after washing, especially between the toes where fungus can develop if the skin becomes soggy. The “patting technique” with a towel should be used as this will decrease the chance of abrasions caused by more aggressive drying techniques. If your feet tend to perspire, application of rubbing alcohol between the toes and talcum powder on the rest of the foot is advised. D) Emollient Use After drying the feet, application of a moisturizing cream to help keep the skin soft and supple should be undertaken. It is important however, not to place the cream between the toes as this area must be kept as dry as possible. Diabetics or persons with poor circulation should have a Biomechanical Foot examination and chiropodial foot treatments (if required) performed. You will be educated about any existing foot issues and taught to detect and prevent issues that may arise in the future. As a chiropodist, I can advise you about your own specific foot issues and plan a strategy to keep your feet healthy. Visit our website: *******www.maczkochiropody**** *******www.youtube****/watch?v=CYN6EpSRn-o
9 Mar 2012
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Morton's Neuroma - Podiatrist in Frederick, Germantown and Hagerstown, MD Dr. Brenna Steinberg of Frederick Foot & Ankle Specialists discusses the symptoms, causes and treatments for Morton's Neuroma. *******www.mynewfeet**** A neuroma is an enlarged, benign growth of nerves, most commonly between the third and fourth toes. Neuromas are caused by tissue rubbing against and irritating the nerves. Pressure from poorly fitting shoes or an abnormal bone structure can also lead to this condition. Symptoms may include sensations of thickness, burning, numbness, tingling, or pain in the ball of the foot. Treatments generally include wearing corrective shoes or orthotics and/or receiving cortisone injections. In severe cases, surgical removal of the growth may be necessary. Morton's neuroma is a thickening of tissues around the nerve that leads to the toes. Morton's neuroma usually develops between the third and fourth toes in response to irritation, such as that caused by wearing high-heeled or narrow shoes, or from trauma. Symptoms may include a burning pain that radiates from the ball of the foot to the toes or numbness in the toes. Conservative treatments usually resolve the pain or progressions of the condition, and range from wearing roomier, lower-heeled footwear or using orthotics to reduce the pressure on the nerve, to injections of cortosteroid medication to reduce swelling and inflammation. Visit our website: *******www.mynewfeet****
17 Feb 2012
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Neuroma - Podiatrist in Southport and Shallotte, NC Dr. Bryan Satterwhite of Atlantic Foot Specialists discusses the symptoms, causes and treatments for Neuromas. *******www.atlanticfootspecialists**** A neuroma is an enlarged, benign growth of nerves, most commonly between the third and fourth toes. Neuromas are caused by tissue rubbing against and irritating the nerves. Pressure from poorly fitting shoes or an abnormal bone structure can also lead to this condition. Symptoms may include sensations of thickness, burning, numbness, tingling, or pain in the ball of the foot. Treatments generally include wearing corrective shoes or orthotics and/or receiving cortisone injections. In severe cases, surgical removal of the growth may be necessary. Morton's neuroma is a thickening of tissues around the nerve that leads to the toes. Morton's neuroma usually develops between the third and fourth toes in response to irritation, such as that caused by wearing high-heeled or narrow shoes, or from trauma. Symptoms may include a burning pain that radiates from the ball of the foot to the toes or numbness in the toes. Conservative treatments usually resolve the pain or progressions of the condition, and range from wearing roomier, lower-heeled footwear or using orthotics to reduce the pressure on the nerve, to injections of cortosteroid medication to reduce swelling and inflammation. Visit our website: *******www.atlanticfootspecialists****
24 Jan 2012
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Academy Foot and Orthotic Clinics - Podiatrist, Foot Doctor and Foot Specialist Toronto, ON Meet Chiropodist Marz Hardy of Academy Foot and Orthotic Clinics as she discusses foot care. *******www.academyclinics**** At ACADEMY FOOT & ORTHOTIC CLINICS, we believe that a CHIROPODIST and patient become a team for treating an individual’s FEET PAIN or FOOT PROBLEMS. Our FOOT SPECIALISTS spend most of their time listening to understand your concerns and responding with the BEST FOOT TREATMENTS, BEST ORTHODICS, BEST ORTHOTICS and BEST CUSTOM ORTHOTICS options for you. Our office MANTRA is to provide our patients with the BEST FOOT CARE POSSIBLE. With the help of our professional staff, they also follow up to make sure that generally, FOOT PAIN is relieved, FOOT PROBLEMS are resolved and your health improves. In our TORONTO OFFICE we treat all kinds of FOOT PAIN including ARCH PAIN, HEEL PAIN, METATARSAL PAIN, ACHILLES TENDON PAIN, TOE PAIN, BUNION PAIN, PLANTAR FACIITIS HEEL PAIN, HEEL SPURS, HEEL SPUR PAIN, INGROWN NAIL PAIN, INGROWN TOE NAILS, FOOT FUNGAS, NAIL FUNGUS, WARTS, CORNS, AND CALLOUSES (CALLUS). We also want our patients to be informed about FOOT and ANKLE PAIN, ARCH PAIN, ANKLE PAIN, HEEL PAIN,HEEL SPUR PAIN and FOOT TREATMENTS, ANKLE TREATMENTS, ARCH TREATMENTS, HEEL TREATMENTS and ACHILLIS TENDON TREATMENTS because informed patients make better decisions about their health and well being. That is why we’ve included an extensive section on this web site covering the full array of topics associated with FOOT CARE, CHIROPODY diagnoses and FOOT AND ANKLE TREATMENTS. NO DOCTOR REFERRAL IS NECESSARY TO ARRANGE A CONSULTATION. With our experience we strive to bring you the very BEST PROFFESIONAL CARE. We encourage you to look through these pages whenever you have an interest or concern about your FEET, FOOT, ANKLE or LOWER LIMB. We also know that convenience in the Toronto area is important to your selection of a FOOT SPECIALIST. In these web pages you’ll find information about ACADEMY FOOT & ORTHOTIC CLINICS office plus information about TORONTO ORTHODICS and TORONTO CUSTOM ORTHODICS, including our TORONTO location, maps, directions, hours, insurance policies and appointment scheduling. We think that you will find our location across from the BROADVIEW SUBWAY STATION very convenient. WE ARE AT THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF BROADVIEW AVENUE AND DANFORTH AVENUE. We have some parking at the rear of our building with additional parking 5 doors south at Loblaws. We hope you’ll find our practice offers the accessibility and personal commitment you look for from a FOOT SPECIALIST. Call Today 416-465-8737 752 BROADVIEW AVENUE TORONTO, ON M4K 2P1 Visit our website: *******www.academyclinics****
22 Dec 2011
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Podiatrist in Frederick, Hagerstown and Germantown, MD - Brenna Steinberg, DPM Meet Podiatrist Dr. Brenna Steinberg of Frederick Foot & Ankle Specialists as she discusses foot care. *******www.mynewfeet**** At Frederick Foot & Ankle Specialists, founded in 1999 by Dr. Brenna Steinberg, we are committed to providing the highest quality of podiatric medicine and surgery for each and every patient. It is our goal to exceed your expectations. We treat any and all problems involving the foot, ankle and lower leg. From pediatrics to geriatrics, all ages are welcome. We are an on-site durable medical equipment provider: • custom and pre-fabricated lower leg braces • over-the-counter and custom diabetic shoes • custom orthotics for all levels of activity • in-house and on-line store Our superior service is accomplished by using latest and most effective technologies/procedures available to the podiatric profession. From the minute you place a call to us or walk through our door, you will see that we are a first-class health care facility. From our friendly, knowledgeable staff, to our paperless medical records, to our fully stocked shoe/medical products store you will know that you have chosen the right place for your lower extremity needs! Our doctors are all Board Certified/Qualified Foot Surgeons by the American College of Foot & Ankle Surgery. This is the highest level of training and recognition by peers that a podiatric foot and ankle surgeon can receive. It is a credential that you can trust. All of our physicians are on staff and Frederick Memorial Hospital and Shady Grove Adventist Hospital. We are on call to both emergency rooms 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We are also the on staff Podiatric Limb Salvage Specialists at the hospitals' wound care centers. We strive to satisfy the individual foot care needs of each patient. At Frederick Foot & Ankle Specialists, our first priority is to treat your foot care needs in a manner that is most effective and most convenient for you. We offer on site x-rays and a wide variety of casts, ankle braces, splints, pads, and medications. We want your experience to be a positive one. For those who are fearful of foot treatments, we offer needle-less cortisone therapy as well as several other pain-free treatment options. You also have the option of having your procedure performed at an outpatient facility under the care of an anesthesiologist. Informed Patients Frederick Foot & Ankle Specialists believes that informed patients are better prepared to make decisions regarding their health and well-being. That is why we have included an extensive section on this web site covering a full array of topics associated with podiatric diagnoses and treatments. We encourage you to look through these pages whenever you have an interest or concern about your feet. Comfortable, Convenient Setting We want everyone to have access to the best care available. At Frederick Foot & Ankle Specialists, we strive to make our Frederick office as efficient and convenient as possible. Included in these web pages is information about our offices, including maps, directions, hours, insurance policies and appointment scheduling. You can even email a request for an appointment right here! We hope you find this web site useful, and we invite you to contact us with your questions at any time. Visit our website: *******www.mynewfeet****
20 Dec 2011
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Chiropodist in Toronto, ON - MARZ HARDY, D.Ch., B.Sc., ACADEMY FOOT & ORTHOTIC CLINICS Meet Chiropodist Marz Hardy of ACADEMY FOOT & ORTHOTIC CLINICS as she discusses foot care. *******www.academyclinics**** At ACADEMY FOOT & ORTHOTIC CLINICS, we believe that a CHIROPODIST and patient become a team for treating an individual’s FEET PAIN or FOOT PROBLEMS. Our FOOT SPECIALISTS spend most of their time listening to understand your concerns and responding with the BEST FOOT TREATMENTS, BEST ORTHODICS, BEST ORTHOTICS and BEST CUSTOM ORTHOTICS options for you. Our office MANTRA is to provide our patients with the BEST FOOT CARE POSSIBLE. With the help of our professional staff, they also follow up to make sure that generally, FOOT PAIN is relieved, FOOT PROBLEMS are resolved and your health improves. In our TORONTO OFFICE we treat all kinds of FOOT PAIN including ARCH PAIN, HEEL PAIN, METATARSAL PAIN, ACHILLES TENDON PAIN, TOE PAIN, BUNION PAIN, PLANTAR FACIITIS HEEL PAIN, HEEL SPURS, HEEL SPUR PAIN, INGROWN NAIL PAIN, INGROWN TOE NAILS, FOOT FUNGAS, NAIL FUNGUS, WARTS, CORNS, AND CALLOUSES (CALLUS). We also want our patients to be informed about FOOT and ANKLE PAIN, ARCH PAIN, ANKLE PAIN, HEEL PAIN,HEEL SPUR PAIN and FOOT TREATMENTS, ANKLE TREATMENTS, ARCH TREATMENTS, HEEL TREATMENTS and ACHILLIS TENDON TREATMENTS because informed patients make better decisions about their health and well being. That is why we’ve included an extensive section on this web site covering the full array of topics associated with FOOT CARE, CHIROPODY diagnoses and FOOT AND ANKLE TREATMENTS. NO DOCTOR REFERRAL IS NECESSARY TO ARRANGE A CONSULTATION. With our experience we strive to bring you the very BEST PROFFESIONAL CARE. We encourage you to look through these pages whenever you have an interest or concern about your FEET, FOOT, ANKLE or LOWER LIMB. We also know that convenience in the Toronto area is important to your selection of a FOOT SPECIALIST. In these web pages you’ll find information about ACADEMY FOOT & ORTHOTIC CLINICS office plus information about TORONTO ORTHODICS and TORONTO CUSTOM ORTHODICS, including our TORONTO location, maps, directions, hours, insurance policies and appointment scheduling. We think that you will find our location across from the BROADVIEW SUBWAY STATION very convenient. WE ARE AT THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF BROADVIEW AVENUE AND DANFORTH AVENUE. We have some parking at the rear of our building with additional parking 5 doors south at Loblaws. We hope you’ll find our practice offers the accessibility and personal commitment you look for from a FOOT SPECIALIST. Call Today 416-465-8737 752 BROADVIEW AVENUE TORONTO, ON M4K 2P1 Visit our website: *******www.academyclinics****
6 Dec 2011
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Morton’s Neuroma - Podiatrist Austin TX Dr. Michael Golf discusses the symptoms, causes and treatments for Morton’s Neuroma. *******www.michaelgolf**** Neuromas are enlarged, benign growth of nerves, most commonly between the third and fourth toes. Neuromas are caused by tissue rubbing against and irritating the nerves. Pressure from poorly fitting shoes or an abnormal bone structure can also lead to this condition. Symptoms may include sensations of thickness, burning, numbness, tingling, or pain in the ball of the foot.Treatments generally include wearing corrective shoes or orthotics and/or cortisone injections. In severe cases, surgical removal of the growth may be necessary. Morton's neuroma is a thickening of tissues around the nerve that leads to the toes. Morton's neuroma usually develops between the third and fourth toes in response to irritation, such as that caused by wearing high-heeled or narrow shoes, or from trauma. Symptoms may include a burning pain that radiates from the ball of the foot to the toes or numbness in the toes. Conservative treatments usually resolve the pain or progressions of the condition, and range from wearing roomier, lower-heeled footwear or using orthotics to reduce the pressure on the nerve, to injections of cortosteroid medication to reduce swelling and inflammation. Visit our website: *******www.michaelgolf****
12 Oct 2011
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Morton’s Neuroma - Podiatrist Austin TX Dr. Michael Golf discusses the symptoms, causes and treatments for Morton’s Neuroma. *******www.michaelgolf**** Neuromas are enlarged, benign growth of nerves, most commonly between the third and fourth toes. Neuromas are caused by tissue rubbing against and irritating the nerves. Pressure from poorly fitting shoes or an abnormal bone structure can also lead to this condition. Symptoms may include sensations of thickness, burning, numbness, tingling, or pain in the ball of the foot.Treatments generally include wearing corrective shoes or orthotics and/or cortisone injections. In severe cases, surgical removal of the growth may be necessary. Morton's neuroma is a thickening of tissues around the nerve that leads to the toes. Morton's neuroma usually develops between the third and fourth toes in response to irritation, such as that caused by wearing high-heeled or narrow shoes, or from trauma. Symptoms may include a burning pain that radiates from the ball of the foot to the toes or numbness in the toes. Conservative treatments usually resolve the pain or progressions of the condition, and range from wearing roomier, lower-heeled footwear or using orthotics to reduce the pressure on the nerve, to injections of cortosteroid medication to reduce swelling and inflammation. Visit our website: *******www.michaelgolf****
11 Oct 2011
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Treatment of Morton's Neuroma - NYC Podiatrist Manhattan and White Plains, NY Dr. Jeff Adler discusses the symptoms, causes and treatments of Morton's Neuroma. *******www.adlerfootcare**** A neuroma is an enlarged, benign growth of nerves, most commonly between the third and fourth toes. Neuromas are caused by tissue rubbing against and irritating the nerves. Pressure from poorly fitting shoes or an abnormal bone structure can also lead to this condition. Symptoms may include sensations of thickness, burning, numbness, tingling, or pain in the ball of the foot. Treatments generally include wearing corrective shoes or orthotics and/or cortisone injections. In severe cases, surgical removal of the growth may be necessary. Morton's neuroma is a thickening of tissues around the nerve that leads to the toes. Morton's neuroma usually develops between the third and fourth toes in response to irritation, such as that caused by wearing high-heeled or narrow shoes, or from trauma. Symptoms may include a burning pain that radiates from the ball of the foot to the toes or numbness in the toes. Conservative treatments usually resolve the pain or progressions of the condition, and range from wearing roomier, lower-heeled footwear or using orthotics to reduce the pressure on the nerve, to injections of cortosteroid medication to reduce swelling and inflammation. Visit our website : *******www.adlerfootcare****
23 Aug 2011
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*******podiatristelpasotx**** Foot doctor from El Paso, TX, Dr. Gary Grindstaff goes into detail about the podiatry profession in this video interview. The podiatry profession consists of treating different problems of the feet. Podiatrists deal with different foot problems in the daily basis. As a foot doctor, Dr. Gary Grindstaff routinely treats problems such as bunions, heel pain, ingrown toenails, corns, calluses, warts, toenail fungus, and specializes in surgery. Also provides special foot care for her diabetic patients. In some cases a foot care specialist is inquired to use laser to treat various foot imperfections. Dr. Gary Gridstaff uses some of the most advanced equipment to detect and treat infections, and imperfections of the feet. Dr. Gary Grindstaff has been practicing podiatry for over 30 years and is very well know in the community of El Paso, TX. For more videos, please click on the following link: *******www.youtube****/user/PodiatristElPaso Dr. Gary Grindstaff, Foot Doctor in El Paso TX, also serves the cities of: El Paso, San Elizario and the zip codes of : 79936, 79935, 79925, 79907, 79915, 79918, 79910, 79905, 79906,
10 Aug 2011
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Sports Injury to the Foot - Podiatry in Annapolis, MD Dr. James McKee, Podiatrist in Annapolis, Maryland discusses foot treatments for sports injuries. *******www.podiatrygroup.us Many sports are hard on the feet because of quick repetitive movements, constricting footwear, and/or increased exposure to injury or trauma. Following is a brief overview of some of the most common injuries that result from particular sports. Martial Arts and Kick Boxing Injuries commonly seen as a result of martial arts and kick boxing include plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendonitis, sesamoiditis, and ankle sprains. Stretching is recommended to help prevent injury; specifically, a minimum of 15 minutes of stretching before performing any kicking or punching. Aerobics Impact forces from aerobics can reach up to six times the force of gravity, which is transmitted to each of the 26 bones in the foot. That is why proper shoes are crucial to successful, injury-free aerobics. Shoes should provide sufficient cushioning and shock absorption to compensate for pressure on the foot many times greater than found in walking. They must also have good medial-lateral stability. Team Sports Activities such as football, baseball, basketball, soccer, field hockey, and lacrosse often lead to ankle injuries as a result of play on artificial surfaces, improper footwear, and/or inadequate stretching. Visit our website: *******www.podiatrygroup.us
13 Jul 2011
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Pediatric patient discusses her foot treatment for flat feet received by Dr. James McKee. *******www.podiatrygroup.us Children with strong, healthy feet avoid many kinds of lower extremity problems later in life. That's why it is important to inspect your children's feet periodically. Infants The size and shape of your baby's feet change quickly during their first year. Because a baby's feet are flexible, too much pressure or strain can affect the shape of their feet. It's important to allow baby to kick and stretch their feet freely. Also, make sure shoes and socks do not squeeze the toes. Toddlers Do not to force a toddler to walk before s/he is ready. Once walking begins, watch the toddler's gait. Many toddlers have a pigeon-toe gait, which is normal. Some initially learn to walk landing on their toes instead of their heels. Most children outgrow both these problems. But other conditions detected early can be treated more easily. When Foot Care Is Needed To help with flatfeet, special shoes or orthotics may be prescribed. To correct mild in-toeing or out-toeing, your toddler may need to sit in a different position while playing or watching TV. If your child's feet turn in or out a lot, corrective shoes, splints, or night braces may be prescribed. The foot's bone structure is well-formed by the time your child reaches age 7 or 8, but if a growth plate (the area where bone growth begins) is injured, the damaged plate may cause the bone to grow oddly. With a doctor's care, however, the risk of future bone problems is reduced. Remember to check your child's shoe size often. Make sure there is space between the toes and the end of the shoe and that the shoes are roomy enough to allow the toes to move freely. Don't let your child wear hand-me-downs shoes. Visit our website: *******www.podiatrygroup.us
13 Jul 2011
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