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Pain, discomfort, fatigue, and swelling are not uncommon symptoms among those who spend all day standing on the job. Our Farmington NM podiatrist knows that unfortunately all-day pressure on your feet can result in complications in your shins, calves, hips, thighs, and lower back. To keep these side effects to a minimum, consider keeping these […]
“Pins and Needles,” more formally referred to as paresthesia, is a commonly experienced sensation. Our Gallup NM podiatrist explains that often the sensation is a simple consequence of awkward position and pinching of nerves. While the sensation may be common, if you find you experience “pins and needles” more often than others, consult with our […]
Goodbye, Mr. Treadmill! Sunny days and warmer weather are back and beckoning you, the exercise enthusiast, to hit the outdoor trails. Our Durango CO podiatrist has great tips to consider when breaking out shoes for exercising this spring. The first of these is to evaluate whether it is time to part with last year’s pair. […]
Just like our Moab UT podiatrist, any artist who has done a proper study of the human anatomy knows that the foot has 26 bones, 33 joints, 42 muscles, and at least 50 ligaments and tendons that work in concert to support your body weight every day. As hard as they work, feet are often […]
A Farmington NM podiatrist typically performs bunion surgery to relieve pain and return normal alignment to the toe joint. There are over 100 different types of surgeries for bunions, but the surgery usually involves an incision in the top or side of the big toe joint and the removal or realignment of soft tissue and […]
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