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Downtown Houston (713) 951-5000

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The Role of Podiatry in Managing Foot and Ankle Fractures

Foot and ankle fractures are a common problem, especially as you get older. Bones become more brittle, and you are less flexible than you once were. Foot and ankle fractures Read More

What You Need To Know About Ingrown Toenails

Ingrown toenails can happen to anyone. If you have an ingrown toenail, chances are it’s difficult to put on shoes and want to walk around. Your podiatrist can help with Read More

Sports Podiatry: Addressing Foot and Ankle Injuries in Athletes

As an athlete, you know how critical it is to stay at the top of your game and remain in optimal physical shape. Your feet and ankles are the foundation Read More

Orthotics and Their Role in Foot Health: Custom Solutions for Various Conditions

Do you have foot problems? Do your feet hurt all the time? If so, you need to discover the benefits of orthotics. This common treatment, available from your podiatrist, can Read More

Diabetic Foot Care: Preventing Complications and Maintaining Foot Health

Diabetes, a condition affecting how your body uses sugar, impacts various organs, including your feet. High blood sugar can lead to nerve damage (neuropathy) and poor circulation, increasing the risk Read More

Preventing Foot Injuries: Tips for Proper Foot Care and Injury Avoidance

If you experience a foot injury, it can dramatically impact your quality of life. Depending on the injury, foot injuries can lead to loss of mobility, inability to drive, lost Read More

The Benefits of Seeing a Podiatrist

A podiatrist is a specialized medical professional devoted to the diagnosis, treatment, and care of conditions related to the feet, ankles, and lower extremities. Their expertise encompasses many issues, from Read More

The Benefits Of Orthotics

Orthotics are custom-made shoe inserts or insoles designed to support and correct irregularities in foot function. They aim to alleviate various foot and ankle conditions, providing relief and improved mobility. Read More

When To See a Podiatrist

A podiatrist is an expert at diagnosis and treatment of foot, ankle, and toe conditions. A podiatrist can help you enjoy healthy feet, so you can stay active. Visiting your Read More

The Importance of Diabetic Care

When you’re dealing with diabetes, it’s important that you’re getting all the care that you need to ensure every part of your body. One big issue is making sure that Read More

Treating Your Bunion Symptoms

Bunions are a common problem. In fact, over half of the women in the United States have developed a bunion at some point, according to the American Academy of Orthopedic Read More

Bunion Treatment Options

If you have a bunion, you are not alone. A bunion is one of the most common, and painful foot problems your podiatrist can treat. What You Need To Know About Read More

When You Should See a Podiatrist for Ankle Pain

Ankle pain can cause problems in your life. When you have ankle pain it can affect your ability to stand, put weight on your ankle, and walk around. Fortunately, your Read More

Foot Health for Children

When you think about taking care of your child, you may not be thinking about taking care of your child’s feet. The truth is, foot health for children is important, Read More

Heel Pain: Causes and Treatments

When you’re dealing with an issue like heel pain, this could be caused by a variety of issues. Each issue has different specific causes and symptoms and it’s important that Read More

Diabetes and Foot Care: Tips for Maintaining Healthy Feet

Diabetes is a serious disease, affecting many of the major systems of your body, including your immune, circulatory, and nervous systems. The effects of diabetes are especially evident in your Read More

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