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  • Dreaming of the Beach

    Dreaming of the Beach

    With all of the snow and ice we’ve had lately, it is really making me wish I was at the beach. What I wouldn’t give to be soaking up the Florida sun, running across the beach in a state of pure bliss like they do in the movies.

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  • How To Create A Designated Space In Your Home For Foot Care

    How To Create A Designated Space In Your Home For Foot Care

    Foot care at home can be a real pain at times, both physically and mentally. Homeowners often underestimate the power of creating comfort in their homes, but it’s critical to create a designated space for foot care. Use these tips to make your home feel like a podiatric sanctuary.

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  • Pedicures don’t Just keep the Diabetic Toes Pretty

    Pedicures don’t Just keep the Diabetic Toes Pretty

    Vohra Wound Physicians is a physician group providing wound care management consulting solutions and services in post-acute care facilities

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  • Our top 3 tips for healthy feet at the beach

    Warm weather finally rolling in means it’s time for those long-awaited beach trips we look forward to all year round. But, just because you’re going on vacation doesn’t mean you can take a break from caring for your feet! Those beautiful destinations still have the potential to cause some serious foot pain if you’re not careful. How can you protect your feet at the beach? Here are our provider’s top three tips for keeping your feet happy and healthy, no matter your vacation spot!

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  • Foot Tips

    Protecting your feet is so critical to your overall health, but it is often times overlooked. April is Foot Health Awareness month, so we are sharing our top 10 foot tips that you can follow to keep your feet happy and healthy! These are great tips for anyone, whether you’ve been monitoring your foot health for years, or you’re just now getting started.

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  • Melanoma or hematoma? Everything you need to know

    One of the most critical pieces of advice that we, as podiatrists, can give our patient population is to perform daily foot checks and evaluations. By performing this simple daily task and paying close attention to your feet, you can identify a multitude of foot problems, from foot fungus and ingrown toenails to more serious conditions.

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  • Treadmill Running

    Should I Be Running on a Treadmill? As spring approaches and temperatures rise, so will people’s motivation to get back in to their fitness routines. If nothing else, this definitely means an influx in the number of joggers you pass on

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  • You’ve got bunions? We’ve got answers.

    At Lexington Podiatry, we see A LOT of bunions. So, so, so many bunions! We have seen them all, and fielded all kinds of questions. However, we have noticed that patients are always curious about 3 major things

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  • At-Home Ankle Stretches

    Ankle pain presents itself in many different forms, from throbbing and aching feelings to shooting, sharp pains. When your ankles hurt, almost everything you do on a daily basis can be affected—walking, exercising, sleeping and even sitting down comfortably.

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  • Sprained ankle myths busted!

    Summer sports are in full swing, but with summer sports often come summer sports injuries. Caring for foot and ankle injuries correctly is incredibly important, especially if you are trying to get back on your feet for the fall sports that are right around the corner.

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