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Do you have a hobby or profession--like dancing--that is seriously hard on your feet? Learn how a podiatrist can help your feet.

Afraid Of The Dreaded Runner’s Black Toe? Here’s How To Avoid It

30 March 2017
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If you're taking up running, you'll likely come across a fellow runner who will warn you about the "black toe." This term isn't exactly accurate ā€” many runners develop black toenails on the big toes, but the color change is limited to the nail itself. While some runners see this condition as something of a badge of courage and proof of their dedication to their craft, it might not be something that you favor ā€” especially if you frequently wear open-toed shoes in public. Read More …

About To Experience One Of These Life Changes? It’s Time To See A Podiatrist

27 March 2017
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It's customary to schedule a visit to your local podiatry clinic if you're experiencing such foot- or ankle-related issues as warts, heel pain, or sprains. However, what you might not know is that your podiatrist is also a valuable resources for providing guidance to keep you from experiencing pain, in addition to treating specific injuries and ailments. If you're approaching a significant change in your life that may have repercussions to your feet, it's in your best interest to be proactive by visiting your podiatrist for advice. Read More …

Stadium Season Ticket Holders: 4 Ways An Orthotist Can Help You Feel Comfortable Through Injuries

19 August 2016
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Stadium seats for sports like baseball and football are a lot more limited than traditional seats. There is not a lot of leg room, the seats can be stiff, and game lengths can keep you in the same position for extended amounts of time. If you own season tickets for a local sports team, then it can feel like a long season if you're suffering through pain every time you have to go to your seat. Read More …

About Me
Talking About Podiatrists

Hi there, Iā€™m Samantha Duggar. Welcome to my site. As a dancer, I have to keep my podiatrist on speed dial. Bunions, blisters and broken toes are the name of the game while dancing your heart out on stage. Since the adrenaline produced during the performance masks the pain, I often cause extensive damage before noticing the problem. My podiatrist helps me minimize the pain and heal quickly so I can return to the stage as soon as possible. Please use the information on my site to help keep your feet healthy with regular visits to your podiatrist. Thanks for visiting.

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