Did you know Your Foot Doctors can diagnose and treat fractures of the feet and ankles? We may be known for our magic involving disappearing plantar warts and bunions, but we also treat patients with the unfortunate diagnosis of a crack or break in the bone.
For those with diabetes, foot care during the colder months is essential. The colder temperatures and wet weather pose a number of threats including poor sensation and reduced circulation. We've put together five tips for extra special care during the winter months.
Give your feet some love this holiday season. We're all about Baby Foot, a gentle, yet thorough at-home treatment for rough and tough toes and soles sorely in need of some serious attention. Within days of application, your feet will begin shedding skin until the healthy layer is exposed. Once it's done eliminating rough, dry, and patchy skin, your feet will have never looked or felt better!
Routine self-examinations of the feet are an important way to find skin cancer early, when it’s easiest to treat and cure. Sadly, half of the people diagnosed with melanoma of the foot die within five years after the cancer had already spread throughout their body. If melanoma is detected in its earliest stages, 92 percent of patients are alive after five years.
Many patients have a perception of the podiatrist as the doctor who freezes plantar warts and fixes bunions. While these things do happen in our office, did you know that the foot doctor is the professional to call in the case of ankle pain or after a foot injury?
We are pleased to announce the arrival of Dr. Grace Craig (“Dr. Grace”) to our practice, starting July 17, 2017. She is the wife of Dr. Alexander Craig. “Dr. Grace” is joining our group at a time of great growth, allowing us to serve you better not only with more availability, but also with the skills and experience that we have always provided. She will be practicing at both office locations in Rocky River and South Euclid.