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  • Ankle Pain Can Be a Result of Rheumatic Fever
    Ankle Pain can have many sources. Rheumatic fever is one such cause and is an inflammatory illness that forms from improperly treated strep throat or scarlet fever, which are the Read more
  • Chemotherapy Can Lead to Ingrown Toenails
    Ingrown Toenails occur when a part of the toenail curves into the surrounding skin and digs into it. This condition can happen to any toe but generally occurs on the Read more
  • Check Your Thyroid If You Have Toenail Fungus
    Toenail Fungus can, unfortunately, be caused by thyroid complications, yet many do not realize that this common foot condition is related to such an important gland in the body. The Read more
  • Don’t Jog Around Your Bunions
    Bunions form as bumpy areas of skin at the bottom of the big toe or on the outside of it. They occur as the big toe moves in the direction Read more
  • Burn Victims May Require Skin Grafts on Their Feet
    A Skin Graft may be used to permanently substitute injured or lost skin. It can also be used temporarily to cover a deep wound. Those who sustain third-degree burns on Read more
  • Replacing the Ankle Can Be the Ideal Solution
    Ankle Replacement Surgery can be a novel and wise choice when facing unrelenting ankle destabilization. This surgical procedure is designed to substitute the ankle joint with a synthetic joint and Read more
  • Less Fashion Equals Fewer Corns
    Corns are hardened layers of the skin occurring from too much pressure, especially between the toes. Can you guess what would cause that type of pressure on the toes? It’s Read more
  • Ankle Sprains Target Athletes
    Ankle sprains can disproportionately affect athletes such as those who play professional basketball or football.  This happens because the ankle joint is held together by muscles and tendons that can Read more
  • Achilles Tendonitis is a Rude Awakening
    The Achilles tendon is an important muscle in the foot and can cause significant pain if injured as it can undergo stretching or tearing. The Achilles tendon attaches the calf Read more
  • Calluses Can Be Coarse
    Calluses happen from pressure being applied on skin, and then dead skin layers gather to create a hard shield. This happens in part due to the body defending the skin Read more
  • Heel Spurs Aren’t Amusing
    Heel Spurs occur at the bottom of the foot, at the heel, whereby the ligament that attaches the foot to the heel becomes inflamed. This can happen from frequent stress Read more
  • Skin Grafts for Feet are Unsurpassed
    Skin Grafts for the feet are generally used to treat large wounds. Those who have had their feet burned or gone through traumatic injuries usually must receive skin grafts. If Read more
  • Twist and Turns Encompass Ankle Sprains
    Ankle Sprains, unfortunately, occur with little to no notice. There are a variety of ankle conditions that can cause sprains for a number of reasons. Ankle sprains involve a sudden Read more
  • Plantar Fasciitis Attacks the Heel
    Plantar Fasciitis comprises inflammation of the muscle tissue along the bottom of the foot that links the toes to the heel bone. When there is stretching in the plantar fascia Read more
  • Athlete’s Foot Doesn’t Take a Time-Out
    Athlete’s Foot is generally the result of fungus contaminating the skin of the foot. This condition is also referred to as Tinea Pedis and is easily triggered because fungi thrive Read more
  • Neuromas Are Nerve Provoking
    Neuromas can be a painful condition due to its effect on nerves in the foot. Our team of podiatrists, Anthony Benenati, DPM, Neil Shaw, DPM, Julie Mrozek, DPM and Adam Read more

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