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Time To Get Those Feet Working Again

The scent of spring is in the air, the weather is warming up, and the long winter hours spent indoors are behind us. It’s the perfect time to get outside and start exercising. As you head to the great outdoors … Continue reading

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Ankle Sprains

Ankle sprains are among the most common sports injuries.  They often occur on the outside of the ankle when the foot rolls outward too far.  The injury is usually followed by swelling, bruising, and severe pain.  The severity of an … Continue reading

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What is Charcot Foot ?

Charcot foot is one of the many complications that can occur from diabetes.  Charcot is a form of arthritis that affects the joints and bones in the feet.  Patients with diabetes often have decreased sensation in their lower legs and … Continue reading

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It’s Not Just About Feet !

Although foot care is our specialty and focus, we at Tri-State Podiatry truly care about the person attached to those feet. One of the things we enjoy about coming to work each day is not only helping people become more … Continue reading

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What is Hallux Limitus ?

The great toe (or hallux) is the site of the common disorder hallux limitus.  The condition causes decreased range of motion of the big toe, specifically in the metatarsal-phalangeal joint.  Simply put, hallux limitus is a stiff large toe that … Continue reading

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